Mraz & Black Eyed Peas Set To Make U.s. Chart History Next Week16 August 2009
Mraz & Black Eyed Peas Set To Make U.s. Chart History Next Week
The Black Eyed Peas have equalled Usher's record of 19 consecutive weeks at the top of the charts, while Mraz's I'm Yours looks set to beat LeAnn Rimes' longest Hot 100 chart run.
Mraz's hit has climbed up the new chart from 35 to 23 in its 69th week on the countdown - equalling a record set by Rimes and her song How Do I Live a decade ago.
Meanwhile, Taylor Swift's You Belong With Me climbs to two on the new chart and becomes her fourth number one on the Hot Country Songs chart.
Drake's Best I Ever Had, Keri Hilson's Knock You Down and Use Somebody by Kings of Leon round out the top five.
And Madonna and Whitney Houston are both back in the Hot 100 - Madonna's Celebration is her 55th entry and Houston's I Look To You her 38th.
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