Post Date: April 04, 2011
Katy Perry hanging on to the number one spot with eight weeks on the charts! Katy joins forces with Kanye to create this new hit with a great dance feel. The release of the official music video has probably helped push this song to the number one spot, check it out!
Rihanna hangs on to the number two spot with “S&M.” This track has been on the charts for 12 weeks! What a hit! With a title like that it really needs no more explanation! When combined with a racy, somewhat disturbing, music video it’s one of the most controversial tracks currently.
Taking the number three spot from Cee Lo Green, “Just Can’t Get Enough” has great beats and an incredible club feel. Lyrics invoking love and the one you just can’t get enough of round out an original song with the same Black Eyed Peas sound you love!
“F**k You” falls to number four but is still holding strong on the top ten. Eight weeks on the charts is nothing to be upset about though! If you see them “driving ’round town with the girl [you] love” then there’s only one thing to say .. f**k you!
“Born This Way” has been on the charts for eight weeks now peaking at number one and now down to number five. Lady GaGa uses this song as a chance to let people know you are born the way you are, and that’s okay with her!
Chris Brown, Lil Wayne, and Busta Rhymes bring Hip-Hop/R&B to the overall top ten while topping those charts at number one. Up one to number six this week, “Look At Me Now” is enjoying nine weeks on the charts.
Jeremih and 50 Cent are Back and here to say, holding on to the charts for 21 weeks. This is another song that doesn’t need much description, with that title and a little imagination you can figure out what it’s all about.
Lopez and Pitbull climb back up a couple spots this week with “On the Floor,” a song most literally about tearing up the dance floor. Some say it sounds too much like Kat DeLuna’s “Party O’Clock” and Maya’s “Stereo Love,” what do you think?
Ten weeks on the charts and peaking at number two, P!nk is making a comeback and is there to stay! One part advice, one part story of her life, P!nk wants you to know that you should never feel less than perfect!
Just Breaking into the top ten at number ten but on the charts for 13 weeks, Adele brings a decidedly different sound to the charts. In this song Adele vents her anger at a relationship that could have “had it all” but instead she is betrayed by the one she loves. Adele contributes to the serious message by comparing her anger to a rising fever and promising to expose him for who he is.