Friday, March 12, 2010

DJ DIphoeniX's top 20 Jamz - EVERY FRIDAY!!!..[the hottest songs on urban & pop radio] + updates on other Charts {March 12 - 18, 2010}

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March 12 - 18, 2010

30. soldier of love [sade] (27)
29. i am [mary j. blige] (26)
28. heartbreak warfare [john mayer] (-)
27. everything to me [monica] (-)
26. drop the world [lil wayne/eminem] (22) {Pk:10}
25. whataya want from me [adam lambert] (28)
24. carry out [timbaland/justin timberlake] (24)
23. nothing on you [b.o.b/bruno mars] (23)
22. rude boy [rihanna] (25)
21. in my head [jason derulo] (21)

20. bad romance [lady gaga] (15)* {Pk:1(1wk)}
19. blah, blah, blah [ke$ha/3oh!3] (20)
18. baby [justin bieber/ludacris] (19)
17. live like we're dying [kris allen] (11)
16. according to you [orianthi] (18)
15. on to the next one [jay-z/swizz beatz] (17)
14. say aah [trey songz/fabolous] (10) {Pk:5}
13. breakeven [script] (16)
12. hey, soul sister [train] (14)
11. hey daddy (daddy's home) [usher/plies] (13)
10. how low [ludacris] (7) {Pk:5}
09. say something [timbaland/drake] (12) {Pk:9}
08. try sleeping with a broken heart [alicia keys] (6) {Pk:3}
07. imma be [black eyed peas] (4) {Pk:4}
06. tik tok [ke$ha] (2)*~ {Pk:1(6wks)}
05. telephone [lady gaga/beyonce] (9) {Pk:5}
04. it kills me [melanie fiona] (1)*~ {Pk:1(4wks)}
03. bedrock [young money/lloyd] (3) {Pk:3}
02. sex therapy [robin thicke] (5) {Pk:2}
01. need you now [lady antebellum] (8) {Pk:1(1wk)}

* - Former NUMBER 1 'jam'
~ - Nominee for 'jam' of the year(2010)
(#) - Previous Week
{Pk:#) - Peak Position (shown for top 10 peakers only)
RE - Re-entry (to the charts)

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NOMINEES FOR TOP JAMZ OF THE YEAR (no particular order):
empire state of mind [jay-z/alicia keys]
fireflies [owl city]
tik tok [ke$ha]
it kills me [melanie fiona]

due to factors such as chart life (some songs from earlier in the year are
likely to beat some of these nominees which
charted in the later half of the year]

2007 - Timbaland Ft. Keri Hilson, Sebastian & Doe "The Way I Are"
2008 - Snoop Dogg "Sensual Seduction (Sexual Eruption)"
2009 - Lady Gaga Ft. Colby O'Donis "Just Dance"

2007 - Kim Kardashian
2008 - Stacey Dash
2009 - Delilah Strong

Catalina Cruz
Kapri Styles
Felicia Fox

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Reggaefusion (Reggae fusion)

Old Skool R&B/HIP HOP Joints

Classicz from early 2000s

Pop-Rock.Soft Rock hits from the Mid (& early) 90s

Hitz from the "POP ERA" (1997-2002)

F*** songs

ONE Hit Wonders (Late 90s to Early 00s)
by Richie B - host of "HOT MIX" on HOT 102 FM - Jamaica
Date : -+ March 12, 2010 +-

TW LW WOC Play Song - Artist - Label
1 5 11 Play the Tune ! Skip To Ma Lue (1 wk @ #1) - Serani feat. Ding Dong, Razz & Biggy - Daseca
2 1 14 Play the Tune ! The Realest Song (1 wk @ #1) - Konshens - Cash Flow
3 7 20 Play the Tune ! Mi Want My Own - Tyrical - Seanizzle Records
4 2 14 Play the Tune ! Dance The Night Away (2 wks @ #1) - Voicemail feat. Busy Signal - Washroom Entertainment
5 6 17 Play the Tune ! Woman Pon Yuh Head – Chino – Big Ship
6 3 12 Play the Tune ! Bicycle - Vybz Kartel - Chrome Records
7 4 18 Play the Tune ! Life We Living (3 wks @ #1) - Vybz Kartel - Cash Flow/Adidjaheim
8 9 9 Play the Tune ! Fresh - Flexx - Fagan Fraternity/Hapilos Entertainment
9 10 10 Play the Tune ! How She Like It - Duane Howard & Junior Kelly - Reign Time Records
10 11 8 Play the Tune ! Go Go Club - Vybz Kartel - Head Concussion
11 12 8 Play the Tune ! Hand Inna Di Air - Assassin - Di Genius
12 13 8 Play the Tune ! Every Gal - Nicky B - Head Concussion
13 8 25 Play the Tune ! Holiday (4 wks @ #1) - Ding Dong feat. Chevaughn - Notice Productions
14 16 7 Play the Tune ! Hot Like A Fire - Toya - Downsound
15 18 5 Play the Tune ! Gal Ova Gun - Mavado - Armz House Production
16 17 7 Play the Tune ! Never Let You Go - Shaggy & Tessanne - Big Yard
17 19 5 Play the Tune ! Bill - Gaza Kim & Lisa Hype - Head Concussion
18 20 5 Play the Tune ! Fire Pon Obeah - Capleton - Sankofa
19 14 22 Play the Tune ! House Cleaning – Mavado – Heart of Love
20 15 15 Play the Tune ! Country Mi Ting Deh - Mikeylous - Specialist Sound Production
21 23 3 Play the Tune ! Mi Woman A Call Mi - Beenie Man - Sankofa
22 24 2 Play the Tune ! Beg U A Touch - Vybz Kartel - Adidjahiem Records
23 25 2 Play the Tune ! Come Into My Room - Mavado & Stacious - Di Genius
24 NEW 1 Play the Tune ! Cyaan Friend Again - Stephen "Di Genius" McGregor - Di Genius
25 NEW 1 Play the Tune ! Wanna B Ballaz - Assassin - Sankofa
TW - This Week; LW - Last Week; WOC - Weeks on Chart
Sources: Sound Systems, Record Shops, Night Clubs & Radio Play

TW LW WOC Play Song - Artist - Label
1 1 18 Play the Tune ! One More Night (2 wks @ #1) - Busy Signal - Turf Music
2 2 17 Play the Tune ! King & Queen – Richie Spice & Alison Hinds – Black Coral
3 3 15 Play the Tune ! The Pill - Junior X - Revolutionary Entertainment
4 4 20 Play the Tune ! Feels So Good - Barbee - Rare Diamond Productions
5 6 18 Play the Tune ! Heavy Load - Tom Laing - Top Tier/Raw Moon
6 7 12 Play the Tune ! Love This Lifetime - Sheba Sahlemariam feat. Bounty Killer - Sonic Dynasty
7 5 19 Play the Tune ! Ears Hard (2 wks @ #1) - Vybrant - Major Links Entertainment
8 8 10 Play the Tune ! Hold My Hand - Sean Paul feat. Keri Hilson - Fresh Ear
9 9 22 Play the Tune ! Drive By (3 wks @ #1) – Nesbeth – Janbigs Production
10 11 9 Play the Tune ! Lose A Friend - I-Octane - Truckback Records
11 12 11 Play the Tune ! Million Dollar Check - Mojo Morgan - Gidean Soldiers
12 10 13 Play the Tune ! You Made My Day - Sizzla - Minor 7, Flat 5
13 14 6 Play the Tune ! Love's Contagious - Tarrus Riley - VP Records
14 17 4 Play the Tune ! Rise Again (Tribute to Haiti) - Shaggy, Sean Paul, Sean Kingston, Tessanne Chin, Etana, Alison Hinds, Kees Dieffenthaller, David Rudder, Belo, Shontelle Layne, Destra Garcia, Edwin Yearwood - Birchill Records
15 16 4 Play the Tune ! Johnny - LUST - Born Music
16 13 23 Play the Tune ! Ruff Times (2 wks @ #1) – Nico D feat. Jah Mason – Tad's Int'l Rec/Kontractor Music
17 15 22 Play the Tune ! Rolling Stone – Spanner Banner – Penthouse
18 20 5 Play the Tune ! Searching - Peter Lloyd - Black Light Records
19 18 16 Play the Tune ! Be By Your Side - Ras Penco - Uprize Music Production
20 22 4 Play the Tune ! Nah Stop Try - Zebilum Tucker - Formula One Productions
21 19 26 Play the Tune ! Falling For You (2 wks @ #1) - Lutan Fyah - Rennaissance
22 24 2 Play the Tune ! Time And A Place - Buju Banton - John John
23 21 26 Play the Tune ! Revolution - Natural Black - Fifth Element Records
24 NEW 1 Play the Tune ! Don't Call Me No Dog - Richie Spice - Sankofa
25 NEW 1 Play the Tune ! Night Shift - Busy Signal - Turf Muzik
TW - This Week; LW - Last Week; WOC - Weeks on Chart
Sources: Sound Systems, Record Shops, Night Clubs & Radio Play

Cruz Docks at No. 1, Rihanna Rises on Hot 100

by Silvio Pietroluongo, N.Y. | March 11, 2010 11:00 EST

A s reported yesterday, Taio Cruz makes a record-setting jump to No. 1 for a new artist as "Break Your Heart," featuring Ludacris, leaps 53-1. "Heart" replaces the Black Eyed Peas' "Imma Be" which dips 1-5 after a two-week stay at the top.

"Heart" sells 272,000 copies, up 781% over the partial week sales it posted during the prior tracking period. That improvement is more than enough to give Cruz's song the Digital Gainer award for the week.

Listen to Taio Cruz's "Break Your Heart" feat. Ludacris

Ludacris' featured turn on the track earns him his fifth Hot 100 No. 1, three of which have come as a guest vocalist. The others were his 12-week stint at the top in 2004, along with Lil Jon, on Usher's "Yeah!" and a two-week command in 2007 on Fergie's "Glamorous."

"Heart" joins the rapper's "How Low" (7-10) in the top 10, upping Ludacris' top 10 count to 16, equaling Jay-Z for the most Hot 100 top 10 appearances by a rap artist.

If not for Cruz's incredible rise, Lady Antebellum would have been celebrating its first Hot 100 No. 1. But, the trio's "Need You Now" has to settle for the runner-up slot (3-2) as it swaps spots with Young Money's "BedRock" (2-3). The rap act, meanwhile, moves to the head of the Radio Songs chart with its track.

Next week's Hot 100 is shaping up as a tough battle. An expected slip in sales for Cruz's "Heart" could open the door for either Lady Antebellum to slip into No. 1 or allow Rihanna's "Rude Boy" (8-4) to continue its quick ascension up the chart.

"Rude" earns the chart's Airplay Gainer tag for a third week (18-11 on Radio Songs), while rising 6-2 on Hot Digital Songs (171,000, up 38%).

Ke$ha's former No. 1 "TiK ToK" falls 4-6, while Train's "Hey, Soul Sister" slides 6-7, though an increase in points allows the track to keep its bullet.

Jason Derulo improves 10-8 with "In My Head," one of three tracks he places on the list. He also debuts at No. 33 with "Ridin' Solo" and falls 35-42 with former chart-topper "Whatcha Say."

Lady Gaga's "Bad Romance" tumbles 5-9 as it spends its 17th week in the top 10 (out of 19 total weeks on the chart).

Justin Bieber claims the chart's Hot Shot Debut as "Never Let You Go," the second preview single for his forthcoming "My World 2.0" (due March 23) enters at No. 21. The track joins first single "Baby" (No. 14) on the list.

Among other top debuts are Usher's "Lil Freak," featuring Nicki Minaj, at No. 43, Avril Lavigne' "Alice" (No. 71), "Ain't Back Yet" by Kenny Chesney (No. 73) and Godsmack's "Cryin' Like A Bitch" (No. 74).

Lavigne's track, featured over the end credits of the nation's No. 1 box office hit "Alice in Wonderland," is her first appearance on the Hot 100 since "Hot" spent a week at No. 95 in December 2007.

For veteran rock band Godsmack, which has charted 20 titles- including five No. 1s- since 1998 on Mainstream Rock Tracks, "Cryin'" is just its third listing on the Hot 100 and first since "Speak" peaked at No. 85 in 2006.

Lady Antebellum Returns to No. 1 On Billboard 200

by Keith Caulfield, L.A. | March 10, 2010 11:51 EST

Lady Antebellum's "Need You Now" returns to No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart, bumping Sade's "Soldier of Love" down to No. 2, while six albums debut in the top 10 of the tally, the most since last October.

Listen to Lady Antebellum's "Need You Now"

After a three-week break at No. 2 on the Billboard 200, Lady Antebellum's "Need You Now" returns to No. 1 with 126,000 (up 6%), marking its third total week atop the list. It opened at No. 1 with 481,000 six weeks ago, and then held at No. 1 for a second week with 209,000. The set stepped aside for three weeks to the runner-up slot, playing second fiddle to Sade's "Soldier of Love." The latter set drops to No. 2 this week with 79,000 (down 37%).

This is the first time an album has returned to No. 1 after a three week absence in over a year. The last time it happened was on the chart dated Dec. 27, 2008 when Taylor Swift's "Fearless" climbed from No. 2 to No. 1 in its fifth week on the chart. The set had debuted at No. 1 five weeks earlier with 592,000 and then let three albums take successive turns in the pole position before returning to the top. (Those three albums were Beyonce's "I Am ... Sasha Fierce," Kanye West's "808s and Heartbreak" and Britney Spears' "Circus.") "Fearless" would go on to rack a total of 11 non-consecutive weeks atop the Billboard 200.

Also this week, six new albums arrive in the top 10 -- the most the tally has seen since the list dated Oct. 17, 2009 when eight started in the region. Right behind Sade, we see the bow of Blake Shelton's new "Hillbilly Bone" at No. 3 with 71,000. It's the country singer's sixth studio set and it earns his highest rank ever on the chart. Additionally, it claims his best sales week since his second album "The Dreamer" started with 77,000 at No. 8 in 2003.

As reported last week, Shelton's album is a shorter-than-usual six-song effort that carries an attractive list price. It's the first offering in Warner Music's new "six pack" concept, where some of the company's acts aim to release value-priced six-song albums in close intervals. Shelton's plan is to issue at least one or two more six-song sets before the end of the year. (This would buck the tradition of an act dropping a full-length album every year or two.)

Last week, Wal-Mart, Target and offered "Hillbilly's" physical CD for a sale price of $4.99 while Best Buy sold it at $6.99. Both the iTunes and Amazon MP3 stores were selling it for a higher price than some of their physical competitors, as the etailers had it listed for $5.99.

Up next in the parade of debuts is last year's third-place finisher from "American Idol," Danny Gokey, who sees his debut set "My Best Days" land at No. 4 with 65,000. Over on the Top Country Albums chart, it starts at No. 3 behind Lady A and Shelton. Gokey's set follows the post-season eight "Idol" album releases from winner Kris Allen ("Kris Allen," No. 11 with an 80,000 debut), runner-up Adam Lambert ("For Your Entertainment," No. 3; 198,000) and fourth-place finisher Allison Iraheta ("Just Like You," No. 35; 32,000).

The "Almost Alice" album, a soundtrack/companion set to the new Johnny Depp film "Alice in Wonderland," debuts at No. 5 with 58,000. The set boasts a variety of acts contributing songs that were inspired by the film's subject matter. It also sports the movie's end-titles track "Alice" by Avril Lavigne.

Lifehouse's "Smoke and Mirrors" is right behind "Alice," entering at No. 6 with 54,000. The set is the fifth studio release from the band and was originally scheduled for a December 2009 bow. It's the act's fourth top 10 set and it arrives with their best sales week since its self-titled third album entered with 63,000 at No. 10 in 2005.

Two long-running albums manage to cling to their top 10 perches, as Lady Gaga's "The Fame" slips two rungs to No. 7 (49,000; up 2%) while the Black Eyed Peas' "The E.N.D." falls four slots to No. 8 (46,000; down 7%).

Closing out the top 10 are two more debuts: Raheem DeVaughn starts at No. 9 with his "The Love and MasterPeace" (45,000). His previous album, "Love Behind the Melody," debuted and peaked at No. 5 with 45,000 in 2008. Lastly, country singer Easton Corbin arrives with his self-titled full-length debut set at No. 10 with 43,000. Just missing the top 10 is the eponymous first album from Jason Derulo, bowing at No. 11 with 42,000.

Overall album sales in this past chart week (ending March 7) totaled 6.27 million units, up 5% compared to the sum last week (5.99 million) and down 11% compared to the comparable sales week of 2009 (7.06 million).

British newcomer Taio Cruz sets the record for largest jump to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 by an act with its first charting single as "Break Your Heart," featuring Ludacris, soars 53-1. The Hot 100 will be updated in its entirety Thursday (Mar. 11) morning.
"Heart" shifts 273,000 downloads in its first full week of availability, according to Nielsen SoundScan, to also claim the No. 1 slot on Digital Songs. Last week, the track moved 31,000 in a partial sales frame (approximately three days), which prompted its Hot 100 entry.

The song, which also topped the U.K. singles chart when it debuted at No. 1 in September, is growing rapidly in airplay, climbing 70-53 (up 21%) on Radio Songs.

The record for largest climb to No. 1 on the Hot 100 by an artist's premiere single had belonged to Kelly Clarkson's "American Idol" victory song, "A Moment Like This," which flew 52-1 on the chart dated Oct. 5, 2002.

Clarkson does retain the mark for biggest jump to No. 1 among all tracks with "My Life Would Suck Without You," which nearly leapt the entire chart length (97-1) just over a year ago (Feb. 7, 2009).

RECORD 'BREAK'-ER: As previously reported, Taio Cruz skyrockets 53-1 on the Billboard Hot 100 with his maiden chart entry, "Break Your Heart," featuring Ludacris.

The song's ascent to the apex marks the biggest jump to No. 1 for an artist's first Hot 100 charted title, passing Kelly Clarkson's "A Moment Like This" by one position. Among first Hot 100 entries by male soloists, Cruz passes Mims' 32-1 surge with "This Is Why I'm Hot" in 2007.

Among all artists, Cruz ties for eighth-greatest one-week positional leap to the summit:

Jump to No. 1, Title, Artist (Year)
97-1, "My Life Would Suck Without You," Kelly Clarkson (2009)
96-1, "Womanizer," Britney Spears (2008)
80-1, "Live Your Life," T.I. featuring Rihanna (2008)
78-1, "Crack a Bottle," Eminem, Dr. Dre & 50 Cent (2009)
71-1, "Whatever You Like," T.I. (2008)
64-1, "Makes Me Wonder," Maroon 5 (2007)
58-1, "Right Round," Flo Rida (2009)
53-1, "Take a Bow," Rihanna (2008)
53-1, "Break Your Heart," Taio Cruz featuring Ludacris (2010)
52-1, "A Moment Like This," Kelly Clarkson (2002)

On Digital Songs, "Break Your Heart" blasts 50-1, a rise to the top bested in the chart's history only by one other fast-"Breaking" song. On the survey dated Feb. 11, 2006, "Breaking Free" by "High School Musical" cast members Zac Efron, Andrew Seeley and Vanessa Hudgens soared 57-1.

Cruz crowns the Hot 100 five months after fellow Englishman Jay Sean reigned with "Down," and the pair of coronations amounts to a mini-British invasion.

Before Sean, the last British male to top the Hot 100 was James Blunt, whose "You're Beautiful" spent a week at No. 1 on the March 11, 2006, list. Blunt's rule ended an eight-year, two-month chart-topping drought among British male soloists, dating to the last of Elton John's 14 weeks at No. 1 with "Candle in the Wind 1997"/"Something About the Way You Look Tonight" in January 1998.

HIGH FIVE: "Break Your Heart" marks Ludacris' fifth No. 1 on the Hot 100, a list consisting entirely of collaborations:

Year, Title, Artist Billing (Weeks at No. 1)
2003, "Stand Up," Ludacris featuring Shawnna (one)
2004, "Yeah!," Usher featuring Lil Jon & Ludacris (12)
2006, "Money Maker," Ludacris featuring Pharrell (two)
2007, "Glamorous," Fergie featuring Ludacris (two)
2010, "Break Your Heart," Taio Cruz featuring Ludacris (one to date)

With his fifth leader, Ludacris ties Diddy for most No. 1s among rappers in the Hot 100's history. He passes 50 Cent, Jay-Z and Nelly, each with four.

Chart Beat reader Pablo Nelson of Berkeley, Calif., notes the irony of Ludacris being partially responsible for supplanting the Black Eyed Peas' "Imma Be" after two weeks at No. 1; he's the group's opening act on their current tour.

The star-packed "Alice in Wonderland: Almost Alice" album launches at No. 1 on the Soundtracks survey and No. 5 on the Billboard 200.

The set sports songs inspired by the hit film's subject matter, as well as the movie's end-titles track "Alice" by Avril Lavigne. The latter cut begins on the Hot 100 at No. 71, marking Lavigne's first entry on the list as an artist since the No. 95-peaking "Hot" in December 2007. Since, she appeared as a co-writer on Leona Lewis' "I Will Be" (No. 56) and the Glee Cast's cover of her own "Keep Holding On" (No. 71) last year.

With a roster including the All-American Rejects, Franz Ferdinand, Owl City, the Cure's Robert Smith and They Might Be Giants, the collection concurrently bows atop Rock Albums and Alternative Albums.

The concept album outperforms the movie's proper soundtrack, although "Alice in Wonderland Music by Danny Elfman" makes a similarly strong start on Soundtracks at No. 6. It enters the Billboard 200 at No. 89.

The Disney movie, directed by Tim Burton and starring Johnny Depp and Anne Hathaway, totaled $116 million in U.S. theaters last weekend, marking the best opening for a winter release in box office history.

HERO UP THE POP CHARTS: Peter Gabriel's covers set "Scratch My Back" debuts at No. 1 on the indie- and small chain-driven Top Tastemakers chart (viewable at Billboard 200 chart manager Keith Caulfield points out that the set is Gabriel's first No. 1 on a Billboard album chart since "So" led the now-defunct Top Compact Disks tally for eight weeks in 1986. (That chart, discontinued 20 years ago this month, highlighted CD sales at a time when vinyl was still consumers' main physical product of choice).

Gabriel had recorded No. 1s on airplay charts since 1986. "Digging in the Dirt" and "Steam" each commanded Alternative Songs in 1992, and Afro Celt Sound System's "When You're Falling," featuring Gabriel, topped Triple A in 2001.

The lead cut from "Scratch My Back" returns Gabriel to Hot Singles Sales after more than 17 years, as "The Boy in the Bubble" enters at No. 11. Paul Simon's original version of the song, from his landmark "Graceland" album, peaked at No. 86 on the Hot 100 23 years ago this week.

On the Billboard 200, "Scratch My Back" starts at No. 26. Gabriel had last appeared on the chart with the best-of album "Hit," which peaked at No. 100 during a three-week run in November/December 2003.

The renowned rocker's last studio album of new material, "Up," debuted and peaked at No. 9 in October 2002.

With "Nomah" now retired from the Red Sox, Boston has found a new fan favorite.

Rookie rapper Sam Adams (born Samuel Wisner) bows on the Billboard 200 at No. 73 with his debut EP, "Boston's Boy." The set, released on the independent 1st Round label, concurrently starts on Rap Albums at No. 7, Independent Albums at No. 9 and Digital Albums at No. 10.

Lead single "Driving Me Crazy," which incorporates Annie Lennox's 1992 No. 14 Hot 100 hit "Walking on Broken Glass," debuts on the Heatseekers Songs chart at No. 13.

"We're not trying to sit back for a second from this point on," says Adams, a senior at Trinity College in Hartford, Conn. "We're sitting down with 15 to 20 major labels in the next few weeks, so chilling isn't really an option."

From Lawrence, Mass., just north of Boston, Godsmack makes its third appearance on the Hot 100, as "Cryin' Like a Bitch" begins at No. 74. The band peaked one place higher with its first entry, "Straight Out of Line," in 2003, and "Speak" reached No. 85 in 2006. The band collects its 10th top 10 (11-6) on the Heritage Rock airplay chart with its current single, which introduces its fifth studio album, "The Oracle," due May 4 ...

Uncle Kracker
returns to the Adult Contemporary top 10, as "Smile" lifts 11-9. The singer-songwriter previously reached the top tier with the No. 7-peaking "Follow Me" (2001) and No. 1 "Drift Away," which ruled for 28 weeks (2003-04), the longest reign in the chart's 49-year history ...

Kelis notches her third No. 1 on Dance/Club Play Songs, as "Acapella" ascends 2-1. The song also debuts at No. 11 on the Hot Dance Airplay chart. The performer previously presided over Dance/Club Play Songs with her signature song "Milkshake" in 2003 and "I'm Not in Love" in 2004 ...

From Coldplay's catalog, "The Scientist" draws its first ink on Digital Songs, bowing at No. 56 after finalist Katelyn Epperly performed the song on "American Idol" March 3. The original version reached No. 5 on Triple A and No. 18 on Alternative Songs in 2003 ...

Sarah Silverman debuts at No. 14 on Comedy Albums with the whopping 99-cut collection "Songs of the Sarah Silverman Program: From Our Rears to Your Ears!" Clearly, the actress/comedienne is selling out. Of her new album, that is! (to flatteringly attempt an imitation of her humor).


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At March 15, 2010 at 1:23 PM , Blogger DIphoeniX™ said...

damn Kapri Styles and Felicia Fox!!!


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