Beyoncé "Run[s] the World" on Booth R&B/Pop Chart; Chris Brown Comes in Second

The Destiny's Child alum's new single debuts on top.

New York, N.Y. -- This week on the Booth's R&B/Pop Chart, Trey Songz' "Unusual" and the New Boyz' "I Don't Care" ascend to our Top Hip Hop and R&B Chart, clearing the way for Beyoncé to grab the crown with new single "Run the World (Girls)." Chris Brown follows in second with "Wet the Bed." Debuting along with Knowles' record are joints by Ryan Leslie, Estelle and more!

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