Sunday, August 16, 2009

[WGO] Hot 100 POI 8/15

I love looking into the Billboard charts, but I feel so many others do analysis better than I do, so when I feel like check in to the official state of what's hot, I will simply do this from here on in...

The Almighty Top 10:
1. Black Eyed Peas - I Gotta Feeling
2. Taylor Swift - You Belong With Me
3. Drake - Best I Ever Had
4. Keri Hilson - Knock You Down (w/ Kanye West and Ne-Yo)
5. Kings of Leon - Use Somebody
6. Jay Sean - Down (feat. Lil Wayne) (AIRPLAY GAINER)
7. Cobra Starship - Good Girls Go Bad (feat. Leighton Meester)
8. Sean Kingston - Fire Burning
9. Pitbull - Hotel Room Service
10. Black Eyed Peas - Boom Boom Pow

And for the rest of the chart...
12. Lady Gaga - LoveGame
13. Shakira - She Wolf (DIGITAL GAINER)
16. Jordin Sparks - Battlefield
18. P!NK - Please Don't Leave Me
23. Jason Mraz - I'm Yours
31. Lady Gaga - Poker Face
35. Rob Thomas - Her Diamonds
48. The Ting Tings - That's Not My Name
53. Gloriana - Wild At Heart
61. Selena Gomez - Magic
62. Justin Bieber - One Time
66. Jay-Z - Run This Town (feat. Rihanna and Kanye West)
71. Madonna - Celebration
72. Jessie James - Wanted
74. Whitney Houston - I Look To You
78. PCD - Hush Hush (Remix)
79. Kristina DeBarge - Goodbye
80. Demi Lovato - Here We Go Again
83. Beyonce - Sweet Dreams
87. David Cook - Come Back To Me
93. David Guetta - Sexy Bitch (feat. Akon)
95. Mary J Blige - The One (feat. Drake)
97. Jay-Z - D.O.A. (Death of Autotune)
99. David Guetta - When Love Takes Over (feat. Kelly Rowland)

For the incoming week on the Billboard 200, George Strait is expected to debut in the top spot, selling around 140K. Cobra Starship, thanks to momentum off their now Top 10 hit "Good Girls Go Bad" with Leighton Meester, is expected to debut possibly in the Top 5. Kings of Leon and Taylor Swift are also expected to see big increases of their titles.

In radio news for the week, Black Eyed Peas' "I Gotta Feeling" will also continue to dominate Top 40 Radio. Linkin Park's "New Divide" tops Alt, Rock and Active Rock, while Daughtry's "No Surprise" reigns at Hot AC. Maxwell's "Pretty Wings" is the most spun song at Urban AC, and Miley Cyrus' "The Climb" rules at Adult Contemporary. Drake is still viewed as the new Prince of Hip Hop with "Best I Ever Had" #1 one at Rhythmic, and Mario's new one "Break Up" which features Gucci Mane lands him at #1 on Urban Radio. Rounding it out, Wilco's "You Never Know" rules AAA.

More in depth into Top 40:
  • Jay Sean is the new catch to watch, as his single with Lil Wayne, "Down", lands him at #15, up from #22, and gaining at a rate of almost 50%. However, the title of most increased spins (unsuprisingly) goes to Miley Cyrus' new one, "Party In the USA",which sits at #27 (up from #40), and isincreasing at a rate of over 110%. The real surprise is the song is actually halfway decent if you like mindless pop (which I do).
  • Kelly Clarkson's "Halo"...I mean, "Already Gone", lands her within the Top 50 thisweek at #49, and is increasing by almost 85%. Take that, RCA and Ryan Tedder!
  • Jay-Z's new one with Rihanna and Kanye ("Run This Town" -- solid!) continue's it's slow accent at #47 and is increasing by almost 30%. This one should be a's good.
  • Katy Perry's "Waking Up In Vegas" sits at #2 but saw a small dip in spins this week. Taylor Swift's "You Belong With Me" seems poised at the ready at #3 to take her place.
  • Lady Gaga's "LoveGame" sits at #5 but dropped more than 600 spins this past week. I think we're ready for her to take some time off and give us a new record already...
  • Oh-ooooh! Kings of Leon take a upswing with "Use Somebody" landing them up three spots to #7, and increasing at a rate of almost 22%.
  • Jordin Sparks' still royally underrated "Battlefield" stays steady at #8.
  • P!NK and 3OH!3 both saw the same percentage drop in their songs "Please Don't Leave Me" and "Don't Trust Me", landing back to back at #13 and #14 respectively.
  • Shakira's "She Wolf" comes out of the closet and lurks at #17 (my favorite number -- how appropriate) and is increasing steadily.
  • The Ting Tings dropped more than 1000 spins this week with "That's Not My Name" landing at #25, down from #17.
  • Jessie James drops out of the 1000 spins a week club with "Wanted" dropping to #40, and Tina Parol also slides down to #45 (from #37 last week) with "Who's Got Your Money." Meanwhile, Kristinia DeBarge has fallen out of the Top 40 entirely.
  • Sounds redundant, but there is still no sign of V Factory. As much as I love "Love Struck", I think it's time for them to pick a new single and try it again. I've heard rumblings about a new one called "Fade", and from what I've seen on YouTube, it's pretty darn catchy too...

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