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Charts on Fire: 02-15-07

Posted by Andrew Unterberger on March 1, 2007

He’s hot ‘coz he’s #1, you ain’t ‘coz you not. Mims shoots to #1 in the third biggest jump to the top spot in chart history. Sliding down to make room for him are Justin Timberlake (1-3) and Ludacirs & Mary J. Blige (2-9), leaving space for Akon’s ridiculously awful “Don’t Matter” (5-2) and GDB-sponsored “Cupid’s Chokehold” (8-5). Also new to the top ten this week is Rihanna and Sean Paul’s “Break It Off” at #10, rebounding from #52 for some reason.

Elsewhere, gainers include Robin Thicke’s “Lost Wihout U” (23-18), Nickelback’s “If Everyone Cared” (year and a half later and All The Right Reasons is still in the top twenty, jesus, 27-22), Diddy and Keyeshia Cole’s “Last Night” (42-29), Jonas Brothers’ “Year 3000” (apparently a Busted cover? 58-31), and Baby Boy’s “This is the Way I Live” (43-36). Elswehere, GDB hot ones “Ice Box” and “Throw Some D’s” make some acceptable gains, moving 13-12 and 49-45, respectively.

Not much new to speak of in the top 50, a couple new ons to the top 100 though. Top debut this week is new Paul Wall joint “Break ’em Off” at #72, T-Pian’s “Buy U a Drank (Shorty Snappin’) sounds wonderful at #84, Marques Houston’s “Circle” at #88, Huey’s “Pop Lock and Drop It” at #98 and Dierks Bentley’s “Long Trip Alone” at #99.

Little else happening elsewhere. Muse are close to #1 on the MR charts.

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