Overall Music Chart - June 27, 2011


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Lil Wayne's hit single "How to Love" tumbles to third this week, and Drake climbs from second to take the crown with "How to Love." J. Cole's "Work Out" grabs the runner-up position, graduating from our Rap lineup along with Nas' "Nasty" (in eighth), 50 Cent's "Outlaw" (in 10th) and Mann's "The Mack" (in 17th). Up from last week's R&B lineup, The-Dream's "Body Work/F*ck My Brains Out" and Jay Sean's "Where Do We Go" claim seventh and 20th. The sole new feature to earn a spot among our Top Picks, Far East Movement's "So What?" debuts at #11.

1. J. Cole - Work Out

2. Lil Wayne - How to Love

3. Bad Meets Evil ft. Bruno Mars - Lighters

4. Lloyd ft. Trey Songz & Young Jeezy - Be the One

5. DJ Khaled ft. Drake, Rick Ross & Lil Wayne - I'm on One

6. The-Dream - Body Work x F**k My Brains Out

7. Nas - Nasty

8. Beyoncé ft. Andre 3000 & Kanye West - Party (Remix)

9. 50 Cent - Outlaw

10. Far East Movement - So What?

11. Pitbull ft. Chris Brown - International Love

12. Big Sean - So Much More

13. Drake - Dreams Money Can Buy

14. Kelly Rowland ft. Busta Rhymes, Fabolous & Trey Songz - Motivation (Remix)

15. Pitbull ft. Marc Anthony - Rain Over Me

16. Mann ft. Iyaz & Snoop Dogg - The Mack

17. Tech N9ne ft. Lil Wayne & T-Pain - F*ck Food

18. KiD CuDi - Perfect Is The Word

19. Jay Sean - Where Do We Go