Rihanna's 'What's My Name?' jumps to No. 1 on Billboard Hot 100 chart

Rihanna‘s “What’s My Name?” unseats Ke$ha at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart this week, leaping to the top spot after spending last week at No. 60. Ke$ha’s “We R Who We R” drops to No. 5. Rihanna now has two singles in the top 5 on the eve of her LOUD album hitting stores on Tuesday. Meanwhile, Katy Perry’s “Firework” makes a huge jump to No. 10, climbing  19 rungs.  It’s Perry’s third top 10 from her latest album, Teenage Dream. Her others, “California Gurls” and the title cut, both were No. 1 hits.

Nov. 11, 2010′s Billboard hot 100 singles top 10

No. 1 – Rihanna, “What’s My Name?”

No. 2 – Far East Movement, “Like a G6″

No. 3 – Bruno Mars, “Just the Way You Are”

No. 4 – Rihanna, “Only Girl (In The World)”

No. 5 – Ke$ha, “We R Who We R”

No. 6 – Nelly, “Just a Dream”

No. 7 – Pink, “Raise Your Glass”

No. 8 – Trey Songz “Bottoms Up”

No. 9 – Usher “DJ Got Us Fallin’ in Love”

No. 10 – Katy Perry’s “Firework”

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  • dipshat

    What’s my name?: A-
    Like a G6: B+
    Just the way you are: B
    Only girl (in the world): B-
    We R who we R: B-
    Just a dream: B+ (now very sick of it!)
    Raise your glass: B
    Bottoms Up: B+
    DJ got us…: B (now very, very sick of it, but still like it.)
    Firework: B (a lot better than the first two but the lyrics are awful.)

  • Phil

    Yo Brad…we all know you just copy & paste from the Billboard.com site, but how bout some kinda originality in your Thursday afternoon rehash!? I MEAN TODAY YOU JUST LAZY. You didn’t even bother to type up the features on these songs, or mention that “What’s My Name?” Featuring Drake, happens to be Drake’s 1st proper #1 on the Hot 100! Like seriously dude…I dunno what else to say. Oh yeah I do! IF you look at the entire chart, y’all will see Music Mix’s ‘gal of the week’ Ms. Swift has a very STEEP drop off of her songs as only “Mine” (No. 16) (I knew it wouldn’t go back into the top 15) and “Sparks Fly” (no. 78) are her ONLY two songs on the Hot 100 after she ‘broke all these records having all these songs off her album’ chart blah blah blah. This is what I’m talking bout & why I cant stand all these stories written up about how GREAT she is. When any other artists’ songs drop so quickly off charts, people are SO QUICK to call em failures, but because she has the #1 album in the country, no one mentions it. The media are so biased anymore its disgusting. And this isn’t HATE Swift fans, these are just cool facts that no one wants to mention for fear of upsetting the little blonde girl.

    • Chance

      dude, couldn’t agree more with every single word.

    • beb

      Cosign on this hack. Why would you use the word “eve” to describe the timing of Rihanna’s CD (ahem, sorry, album) when it doesn’t drop until the 16th? If he wanted to spark a discussion, maybe he could have asked readers where they think the new Black Eyed Peas song will fall next week. Not a fan of it at all, but I think it will debut in the Top 10 next week.

  • beb

    Maybe one of Taylor Swift’s songs is sitting at #99, which is missing from Billboard’s chart…

    • beb

      Wait, just clicked on a little line above Kings of Leon’s “Click to Play” and saw that Blake Shelton debuted at #99. Phil, your comment about Taylor Swift-ly Off The Charts stands!

      • Phil

        Isn’t it sad that thats the REAL story here and yet the writers & editors of EW won’t even dare type it out!? Taylor “Stop Speaking Now” Backlash – The beginning…..

      • Kel

        #99?! Well, it IS just a Greatest Hits package…

  • quiana

    hi rihanna hi ciara chirs brown and omarion

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