As previously reported, John Legend leads the Billboard Hot 100 for a second week with "All of Me" and Paramore scores its second top 10, as "Ain't It Fun" jumps 13-10. Who makes news on Billboard song charts this week?
-- Michael Jackson & Justin Timberlake: Despite its second-week 20-22 Hot 100 drop, "Love Never Felt So Good" reaches the Digital Songs top 10 (15-6), surging by 26 percent to 101,000 downloads sold after its first full week on sale, according to Nielsen SoundScan. It had debuted with 80,000 after only three full days of availability. The duet departs Radio Songs after a week at No. 38 (22 million audience impressions, down 36 percent, according to Nielsen BDS; its first frame was aided by Clear Channel promotional play on May 2) and Streaming Songs after a week at No. 41 (1.2 million U.S. streams, down 39 percent, according to BDS). The song's streaming activity could reignite following the May 14 release of its official video.
-- Jason Derulo: His Snoop Dogg-assisted "Wiggle" flies 68-24 on the Hot 100 with Digital Gainer honors. It bounds 36-7 on Digital Songs (94,000, up 114 percent).
-- Trey Songz: He scores his third Rhythmic airplay chart No. 1, as "Na Na" nudges 2-1. He previously topped the tally, for a week each, with "Bottoms Up," featuring Nicki Minaj, in 2010 and "2 Reasons," featuring T.I., in 2012. "Na Na" holds at No. 27 on the Hot 100 after peaking at No. 22 last month.
-- Disclosure: "Latch," featuring Sam Smith, reaches the Hot 100's top 40 (52-34), bounding 30-24 on Digital Songs (56,000, up 12 percent) and entering Streaming Songs at No. 48 (1.7 million, up 4 percent).
-- MAGIC!: "Rude" (up 62-39 on the Hot 100) soars across all three of the chart's metrics. It climbs 45-34 on Digital Songs (47,000, up 30 percent) and gains by 27 percent to 26 million in radio audience and 40 percent to 1.4 million streams.
-- Thomas Rhett: He dominates the Country Airplay tally for a second time as "Get Me Some of That" (up 44-41 on the Hot 100) jumps 3-1 (46 million audience impressions, up 6 percent). He achieved his first leader in October 2013 with "It Goes Like This," which held atop the chart for three straight weeks. With the new coronation, Rhett bests the No. 1 output of his father, Rhett Akins. The elder artist topped the Aug. 3, 1996, Country Airplay chart with "Don't Get Me Started." At the time, Rhett Akins was five years old.
-- Josh Kaufman: The Mike Reid/Allen Shamblin-written ballad "I Can't Make You Love Me," originally a No. 18 Hot 100 hit for Bonnie Raitt in 1992, has now charted twice this month: in addition to Kaufman's faithful cover from NBC's "The Voice" (new on the Hot 100 at No. 71; 66,000 sold), Priyanka Chopra's club version entered the May 17 Hot Dance/Electronic Songs tally (No. 28).
-- Sia: "Chandelier," a debut at No. 75, marks Sia's first Hot 100 visit as a lead artist after three featured turns; she rose highest on Flo Rida's "Wild Ones" (No. 5, 2012). That track is one of four top 10s she's co-written, including Rihanna's three-week No. 1 "Diamonds" in 2012.
-- The Black Keys: The duo continues to build anticipation for its eighth studio album, "Turn Blue," due in the upper reaches of next week's Billboard 200. Lead single "Fever" crowns Alternative (2-1) and Rock Airplay, where it likewise rises 2-1 and adds Greatest Gainer honors (up 14 percent to 14 million). "Fever" is the duo's fourth Alternative No. 1, following "Tighten Up" (2010-11), "Lonely Boy" (2011-12) and "Gold on the Ceiling" (2012). It's the pair's third leader on Rock Airplay (following "Tighten" and "Lonely"). "Fever" re-enters the Hot 100 at No. 83.
-- Avicii: The DJ earns his sixth No. 1 on Dance Club Songs with "Addicted to You" (2-1). It's the fourth top 10 from his "True" album and third No. 1, following "Wake Me Up!" and "Hey Brother" (No. 1). In between, "You Make Me" rose to No. 7. He first reigned in October 2011 with "Collide," with Leona Lewis. Remixes from David Guetta, Sick Individuals and Bent Collective, among others, contributed to the new coronation.
-- Jamiroquai: The soul act jams its way onto Billboard's Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart (No. 10) and Dance/Electronic Streaming Songs (No. 5) with its 15-year-old hit "Canned Heat," spurred by a viral video created by college student Matt Bray. Stemming from Bray's ProjectOneLife, in which he identifies and accomplishes lifelong bucket list items, Bray's 117th item, "Complete 100 days of dance," shows him dancing daily for 120 days to "Heat," with the edited the clip using one second of footage from each day. Of the song's 1.8 million U.S. streams, 98 percent hail from YouTube, driven by Bray's May 3 posting.
-- J Balvin: He shoots 4-1 on Latin Airplay, taking the Greatest Gainer tag with "6AM," featuring Farruko. It's the fast-rising Colombian star's first No. 1 on the chart, with the song reaching 12 million audience impressions (a 25 percent increase). The track concurrently jumps 7-3 on Hot Latin Songs, aided by sales of 2,000 downloads (up 4 percent). "6AM" is the third single off Balvin's debut studio album "La Familia," which peaked at No. 14 on Top Latin Albums in November. Balvin recently secured a supporting slot on Enrique Iglesias and Pitbull's tour, which is slated to kick off in Newark, N.J., on Sept. 12.
-- newsboys: They notch their second Christian Airplay No. 1, as "We Believe" lifts 3-1. The band had last led back in 2003-04, when "You Are My King (Amazing Love)" spent seven weeks on top. In between, newsbsoys tallied nine top 10s, rising as high as No. 2 with "Born Again" (2010) and "God's Not Dead (Like a Lion)" (2012). (The latter track is back on the Hot Christian Songs chart thanks to its sales resurgence owed to its inclusion in the recently-released film "God's Not Dead.") newsboys add to their impressive week by debuting at No. 50 on Christian Airplay with their Mother's Day-themed "That Home (A Tribute to Moms)."
-- Smashing Pumpkins: No chart action yet, but the band's "1979" played at Boston's TD Garden during the Bruins' season-ending loss to the Montreal Canadiens in the NHL playoffs on Wednesday (May 14). A bad (and curious) choice for the Bruins, as they famously lost a series to Montreal in 1979, done in partly by a last-minute penalty. Perhaps the Garden's in-game entertainment supervisor should've played Eminem's "Stan" or Anna Kendrick's "Cups" instead.