After a record-breaking 22 weeks at the top, Adele’s “Rolling In The Deep” slides to #2, making room for…Adele’s “Someone Like You.” Switchfoot and Foster The People reach the top ten with “Dark Horses” and “Helena Beat.” Marc Broussard has the biggest mover with “Cruel,” up 41-17, as well as the biggest debut with “Let Me Do It Over” at #38.
The entire top ten is static this week. Switchfoot debuts right below at #11 with “Dark Horses.” Graffiti6 also scores a top-twenty debut with “Free.”
With not a lot of movement in the upper reaches on the chart, The Band Perry ascends to the top ten with “If I Die Young.” Colbie Caillat has a big mover with “Shadow,” up 29-15; Demi Lovato’s “Skyscraper” also jumps ten spots to #18. Newcomer Ximena Sariñana has the highest debut at #35 with “Different.”
In a fairly quiet week on the chart, Jason Aldean and Kelly Clarkson re-enter the top ten, while Adele’s live cover of “I Can’t Make You Love Me” jumps to #14 (ahead of a falling “Set Fire To The Rain”). Foster The People has the highest debut.
Kelly Clarkson makes a huge debut with an as-of-yet unreleased track, “Let Me Down,” which leaked online ahead of an official release. The Script returns to the top ten with “Nothing,” which originally charted there last year.
Two collaborations move into the top ten: Maroon 5 and Christina Aguilera’s “Moves Like Jagger” and Jason Aldean and Kelly Clarkson’s “Don’t You Wanna Stay.” The Script’s “Nothing” continues to rebound now that it’s an official single, jumping another ten spots up to #13. Danny Gokey’s “Second Hand Heart” debuts at #35, the highest of six new entries (plus a re-entry from Sara Bareilles).
Michelle Branch moves into the top three with “Loud Music” in her second week on the chart. Coldplay jumps to #8 with “Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall,” while Jason Aldean’s collaboration with Kelly Clarkson, “Don’t You Wanna Stay,” jumps 23-12. Maroon 5 and Christina Aguilera score the highest debut with “Moves Like Jagger” at #13, followed by David Cook’s This Loud Morning track “Paper Heart” at #19.
Lady Gaga and The Script swap spots in the top five, but the most interesting news in the top ten is at its bottom: Michelle Branch debuts new single “Loud Music” at #9, while Katy Perry moves to #10 with “Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.).”
There’s little action in the top ten this week, save Andy Grammer moving 12-9 with debut single “Keep Your Head Up.” James Blunt is the week’s biggest mover, up 21 to #28 with “I’ll Be Your Man.” Linkin Park is the leading debut at #35.
While the top three spots continue to be locked down by Adele, Lady Gaga moves into the top five quickly with “The Edge Of Glory.” Owl City has the highest debut with “Deer In The Headlights.”