*Formerly first, K'NAAN's "Hurt Me Tomorrow" makes the jump to our Top Picks Chart, clearing the way for the runner-up, Rihanna's "Where Have You Been," to take its place. Usher's "Scream" climbs from seventh to take second.
*Dropping from last week's Top Picks, will.i.am's "This Is Love," Trey Songz' "Heart Attack" and B.o.B's "So Good" land in third, fourth and eighth.
*T. Mills's "Diemonds," Ne-Yo's "Lazy Love," Eric Benét's "Redbone Girl," Sean Kingston's "Back 2 Life (Live It Up)," and Calvin Harris' "Let's Go" enter the chart in 11th, 19th, 13th,14th and 17th.
*Making their exit this week are Nelly Furtado's "Big Hoops," Nicki Minaj's "Starships," Ywada's "Count Me Out," Leron Young's "Perfect Girl," Ben Stevenson's "Left You Behind," Jennifer Lopez' "Dance Again," D-Why's "We Don't Know" and Sterling Simms' "Tell Her Again."
1. Usher - Scream
2. will.i.am ft. Eva Simons - This Is Love
3. Trey Songz - Heart Attack
4. Sammy Adams - Only One
5. Jeremih - Late Nights
6. Akon ft. French Montana - Hurt Somebody
7. B.o.B - So Good
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