J.LO Tops Chart After Eight Years

New American Idol judge Jennifer Lopez blasted back onto the Billboard Hot 100 on Thursday with her highest debut in more than eight years as On The Floor grabbed the No. 9 position.

It marks Lopez's first top 10 as a lead artist since the four-week No. 1 All I Have, featuring LL Cool J, in 2003. That song also marked her previous highest debut, having arrived at No. 25 at the end of 2002.

Her Island Def Jam label synched its digital release with the premiere of its video on Thursday's Idol episode. The song, with Pitbull as a featured vocalist, precedes the 19 April release of Lopez's seventh album, Love?

On The Floor also marks Lopez's 10th Hot 100 top 10, a sum that includes four No. 1s. She last reached the top 10 as a featured artist on LL Cool J's Control Myself in 2006.

Divas dominated the Hot 100 headlines, as Lady Gaga's Born This Way spent a third week at No. 1, dating to its debut on top two weeks ago. With cumulative digital sales of 1.2 million downloads, it's the fifth-best-selling song this year.

At three weeks atop the Hot 100, Born ties Gaga's 2009 debut single Just Dance for the longest of her three chart reigns. (Poker Face ruled the chart for a week in 2009.)

Cee Lo Green's F*** You (Forget You) was No. 2 for a second week, Bruno Mars' Grenade held at No. 3, Pink's F**kin' Perfect rebounded two to No. 4, and Rihanna's S&M jumped two to No. 5.

Katy Perry's Firework slipped one to No. 6, but the pop singer also soared 20 to No. 8 with E.T., featuring Kanye West. In between, Enrique Iglesias' Tonight (I'm Lovin' You)'' jumped two to No. 7. Dr. Dre's I Need A Doctor, featuring Eminem and Skylar Grey, fell six to No. 10.

Source:The Star


Soh Hong Wei said...

Oh yeah, J.Lo!
My favourite! =)

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