Black Eyed Peas, Miley Cyrus lead singles chart
The Black Eyed Peas` "Boom Boom Pow" led Billboard`s Hot 100 singles chart for a second week on Thursday, while box office champ "Hannah Montana: The Movie" accounted for six tunes on the tally.
"Hannah Montana" star Miley Cyrus` "The Climb" rose two places to No. 8. "Hoedown Throwdown," also from the movie, jumped 34 places to No. 28. Co-star Taylor Swift`s "Crazier" climbed 31 places to No. 38.
Miley Cyrus & Billy Ray Cyrus` "Butterfly Fly Away" debuted at No. 72. "Let`s Get Crazy" re-entered at No. 75, and "You`ll Always Find Your Way Back Home" moved up nine to No. 88. Both are credited to Cyrus` alter ego Hannah Montana. The soundtrack album jumped three places to No. 2 on the Billboard 200, which as published on Wednesday.
After the Peas, the top tier of the Hot 100 was barely changed, with Lady GaGa`s "Poker Face" holding at No. 2; Flo Rida`s "Right Round" at No. 3; Soulja Boy Tell`em featuring Sammie`s "Kiss Me Thru The Phone" at No. 4; Jamie Foxx featuring T-Pain`s "Blame It" at No. 5; T.I. featuring Justin Timberlake`s "Dead and Gone" at No. 6; Kid Cudi`s "Day `N` Nite" at No. 7; and the Fray at No. 9 with "You Found Me." The All-American Rejects fell two to No. 10 with "Gives You Hell."
Top-debut honors went to Kellie Pickler`s "Best Days Of Your Life," which entered at No. 50 after the 2006 "American Idol" finalist appeared on the show`s April 8 episode.