Mel's Weekly Top 20Week of May 29, 2011.
|This Week||Title||Artist||Last Week|
|1||Hello (5th Week @ #1!)||Martin Solveig & Dragonette||1|
|2||Cement Slippers||Dengue Fever||2|
|3||Sad Song||The Cars||8|
|5||Who Says||Selena Gomez & The Scene||3|
|6||The Lazy Song||Bruno Mars||7|
|8||On The Floor||Jennifer Lopez Feat. Pitbull||4|
|9||Just A Kiss||Lady Antebellum||13|
|10||Blue Skies Again||Jessica Lea Mayfield||11|
|11||This Is Why We Fight||The Decemberists||12|
|12||Just Can't Get Enough||Black Eyed Peas||6|
|13||Price Tag||Jessie J||10|
|14||Crazy Girl||Eli Young Band||17|
|15||Collide||Kid Rock with Sheryl Crow||18|
|16||Tonight's The Kind Of Night||Noah & the Whale||19|
|17||Heart Skips A Beat||Lenka||20|
|18||The Edge Of Glory||Lady GaGa||--|
|19||Tonight Tonight||Hot Chelle Rae||--|
|20||Heart in Chains||Kate Voegele||--|
Martin Solveig & Dragonette has the #1 song again, for the 5th consecutive week in a row. Yes, "Hello" is once again on top of the charts.
Holding at #2 is Dengue Fever with "Cement Slippers". This song also held the #1 spot earlier this spring for 5 weeks in a row. It is still holding on strong in the top 5 having teetered between #2 and #3 for more than a month now. It's a great song from my favorite album so far of 2011, Cannibal Courtship.
Springing up 5 points from #8 to #3 this week are The Cars, with their comeback single "Sad Song". Not very sad for them with the original line-up and a possible chart topper here on the Weekly Top 20!
Moving up another point is Lady GaGa. "Judas" moves up from #5 to #4 this week. This is one of two songs she has on the top 20. Lady GaGa also debuts this week at #18 with her latest single, "The Edge of Glory". Both tracks are from her just issued album Born This Way.
Further down the chart we see Lady Antebellum breaking into the top 10 with their latest country crooner, "Just a Kiss". The single moves from #13 to #9 this week.
Also breaking into the top 10 is Jessica Lea Mayfield. Her indie single "Blue Skies Again" moves up a point from #11 to #10 this week. It's been a slow but steady climb for the record.
Dengue Fever "Uku"
Caro Emerald "The Other Woman"