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Chart Highlights: Jason Derulo Dominates Pop Songs With ‘Talk Dirty’

The singer scores his first format leader since 2010. Plus, new No. 1s for the Black Keys, Jerrod Niemann and more.

Chart Highlights offers a sneak peek at a select group of Billboard charts every Monday. Find out the top songs, Greatest Gainers and debuts on the surveys listed below.

All our charts are refreshed on and Billboardbiz every Thursday and appear in the next issue of Billboard magazine.

Pop Songs
*** No. 1 (1 week)*** “Talk Dirty” Jason Derulo Featuring 2 Chainz
Jason Derulo returns to the top of the Pop Songs radio airplay chart, as “Talk Dirty,” featuring 2 Chainz, rises 2-1. Derulo had reigned with his first two chart entries: “Whatcha Say” (four weeks, 2009) and “In My Head” (two weeks, 2010). Rapper 2 Chainz leads in his first visit to the list.

Debut/Greatest Gainer No. 28 “Sing” Ed Sheeran
Debut No. 35 “G.U.Y.” Lady Gaga
Debut No. 40 “Empire” Shakira

Adult Contemporary
*** No. 1 (4 weeks)*** “Let Her Go” Passenger
Greatest Gainer No. 3 “Happy” Pharrell Williams
Debut No. 27 “I Choose You” Sara Bareilles

Adult Pop Songs
*** No. 1 (4 weeks)*** “Happy” Pharrell Williams
Debut/Greatest Gainer No. 24 “Sing” Ed Sheeran
Debut No. 37 “Stay With Me” Sam Smith

Dance Club Songs
*** No. 1 (1 week)*** “Shiny Disco Balls” Scotty Boy Featuring Sue Cho
Greatest Gainer No. 6 “Partition” Beyonce
Debut No. 46 “Summer” Calvin Harris
Debut No. 47 “Miami 82” Syn Cole Featuring Madame Buttons
Debut No. 48 “Last Love Song” ZZ Ward
Debut No. 50 “Adore You” Miley Cyrus

Rhythmic Songs
*** No. 1 (2 weeks)*** “Happy” Pharrell Williams
Greatest Gainer No. 2 “All Of Me” John Legend
Debut No. 34 “Move That Doh” Future Featuring Pharrell, Pusha T & Casino
Debut No. 36 “Summer” Calvin Harris
Debut No. 38 “Kiss It” Dev Featuring Sage The Gemini
Debut No. 39 “I Luh Ya Papi” Jennifer Lopez Featuring French Montana

R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay
*** No. 1 (4 weeks)*** “Happy” Pharrell Williams
Greatest Gainer No. 12 “Move That Doh” Future Featuring Pharrell, Pusha T & Casino
Debut No. 40 “Bitches Be Like” Rico Love
Debut No. 44 “Candy Rain” Anthony Lewis Featuring Billy Bang
Debut No. 46 “Smoke, Drink, Break-Up” Mila J
Debut No. 50 “Forever” Sebastian Mikael

Adult R&B Songs
*** No. 1 (4 weeks)*** “Happy” Pharrell
Greatest Gainer No. 7 “The Worst” Jhene Aiko
Debut No. 29 “FALLINLOVE2NITE” Prince Featuring Zooey Deschanel
Debut No. 30 “Make The World Go Round” DJ Cassidy

Rap Airplay
*** No. 1 (13 weeks)*** “Show Me” Kid Ink Featuring Chris Brown
Greatest Gainer No. 2 “Trophies” Young Money Featuring Drake
Debut No. 21 “I Know” Yo Gotti Featuring Rich Homie Quan
Debut No. 22 “Walk Thru” Rich Homie Quan Featuring Problem
Debut No. 25 “We Dem Boyz” Wiz Khalifa

Rock Airplay
*** No. 1 (9 weeks)*** “Do I Wanna Know?” Arctic Monkeys
Greatest Gainer No. 4 “The Walker” Fitz And The Tantrums   
Debut No. 43 “Times Are Hard” Redlight King   
Debut No. 47 “Sleepwalking” Bring Me The Horizon   
Debut No. 48 “Shark Attack” Grouplove   
Debut No. 49 “Dangerous” Big Data   
Debut No. 50 “Take It Or Leave It” Cage The Elephant   

Adult Alternative Songs
*** No. 1 (1 week)*** “Fever” The Black Keys
The Black Keys turn in their second Adult Alternative Songs No. 1, as “Fever” jumps 2-1. Their “Lonely Boy” led for seven weeks in 2011-12. At just three weeks, “Fever” makes the quickest climb to the top since Mumford & Sons’ “I Will Wait” also crowned the chart in its third frame (Sept. 8, 2012), beginning an 11-week command. “Fever” previews the Black Keys’ eighth full-length album, “Turn Blue,” due May 13.

Greatest Gainer “Stay With Me” Sam Smith

Alternative Songs
*** No. 1 (3 weeks)*** “Come With Me Now” KONGOS
Greatest Gainer No. 2 “The Walker” Fitz And The Tantrums
Debut No. 40 “Reverse” SomeKindaWonderful

Mainstream Rock Songs
*** No. 1 (1 week)*** “Take Out The Gunman” Chevelle
Greatest Gainer No. 10 “Painkiller” Three Days Grace
Debut No. 31 “This Means War” Avenged Sevenfold

Latin Airplay
*** No. 1 (5 weeks)*** “Odio” Romeo Santos Featuring Drake
Debut No. 42 “Bailando” Enrique Iglesias Featuring Descemer Bueno & Gente de Zona
Debut No. 47 “Vida Carnaval” Katherine Alexander   
Debut No. 48 “Team” Lorde   
Greatest Gainer “Tus Latidos” Calibre 50

Regional Mexican Songs
*** No. 1 (5 weeks)*** “Te Hubieras Ido Antes” Julion Alvarez y Su Norteno Banda
Debut/Greatest Gainer No. 22 “Tus Latidos” Calibre 50
Debut No. 37 “Te Amare Mas” Codigo FN

Latin Pop Songs
*** No. 1 (2 weeks)*** “Odio” Romeo Santos Featuring Drake
Greatest Gainer No. 11 “Decidiste Dejarme” Camila
Debut No. 33 “Mil Pedazos” Juanes

Tropical Songs
*** No. 1 (2 weeks)*** “6 AM” J Balvin Featuring Farruko
Greatest Gainer No. 3 “Bajo La Tormenta” Sergio George Presents Salsa Giants
Debut No. 37 “Pegao” Gallardo y Falcon
Debut No. 38 “Flor Palida” Marc Anthony
Debut No. 39 “Bailando” Enrique Iglesias Featuring Descemer Bueno & Gente de Zona

Country Airplay
*** No. 1 (1 week)*** “Drink To That All Night” Jerrod Niemann
Nearly four years after scoring his first No. 1, Jerrod Niemann returns to the Country Airplay chart summit with “Drink to That All Night,” which lifts 3-1. Niemann achieved his first No. 1 with “Lover, Lover,” which dominated the Aug. 14, 2010, list. In between, his best showing was a No. 4 peak three years ago with “What Do You Want” (May 7, 2011).

Greatest Gainer No. 6 “Get Me Some Of That” Thomas Rhett
Debut No. 39 “My Eyes” Blake Shelton Featuring Gwen Sebastian
Debut No. 54 “Feelin’ It” Scotty McCreery

Christian Airplay
*** No. 1 (9 weeks)*** “This Is Amazing Grace” Phil Wickham
Debut/Greatest Gainer No. 26 “Waterfall” Chris Tomlin
Debut No. 36 “My Heart Is Yours” Passion Featuring Kristian Stanfill
Debut No. 42 “King Of My Heart” Love & The Outcome
Debut No. 46 “Broken Man” Rhett Walker Band

Gospel Airplay
*** No. 1 (5 weeks)*** “I Can Only Imagine” Tamela Mann
Greatest Gainer No. 25 “Amazing” Livre