Brown's Kisses Still Sweet Atop The U.s. Pop Chart
CHRIS BROWN's KISS KISS hit has claimed a third week at the top of the U.S. singles chart. The track held off competition from Alicia Keys' No One, which jumped up a spot to number two on the new chart. Timbaland's Apologize slides to three, while Soulja Boy's Crank That (Soulja Boy) refuses to slip out of the top five - it holds steady at four. Grief-stricken rapper Kanye West, who lost his mother at the weekend (10Nov07), can be comforted by the news his two current singles, Good Life and Stronger both hold on to top 10 spots. T-Pain becomes the first artist to appear on four top 10 tracks since 50 Cent achieved the feat in 2005. And the new chart's top debut is DJ Felli's Get Buck In Here, which enters the countdown at 44. Meanwhile, 13 is lucky for the Foo Fighters - the rockers have just claimed a 13th week atop the Modern Rock chart with The Pretender.