This week’s first time debuts on the Billboard Music charts consisted of two songs on the Hot 100 charts, three songs on the R&B/Hip Hop charts, two songs on the Country charts, one song on the Alternative charts, one song on the Rock charts, two songs on the Adult Pop charts, one song on the Adult Contemporary charts, one song on the Heatseekers charts, two songs on the Christian charts, and two songs on the Dance/Club Play charts for a total of seventeen debuts.
Put You In A Song by Keith Urban debuted at 82. It also debuted at 29 on country charts and 59 on Digital charts. This is the lead single from his upcoming sixth American studio album, Get Closer.
Black And Yellow by Wiz Khalifa debuted at 100. It also debuted at 64 on Digital charts and 10 on Heatseekers charts. This is his first single to ever break the Hot 100.
R&B/Hip Hop Charts:
You Are by Charlie Wilson debuted at 44. This song should be on his new album, which is set to be released later in this year.
Sex On My Money by John Brown debuted at 87. This song also features Gucci Mane. This is the second single from his upcoming debut album.
Runaway by Kanye West debuted at 95. This song also features Pusha T. This is the second single from his fifth studio album, Dark Twisted Fantasy. This is the song he performed at the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards.
A Little Bit Stronger by Sara Evans debuted at 56. This is the lead single to her sixth studio album, Stronger. It will also be on the soundtrack for the movie, Country Strong.
Born Free by Kid Rock debuted at 60. It also debuted at 49 on Rock charts. This is the lead single and title track to his upcoming eighth studio album, Born Free.
Lasso by Phoenix debuted at 37. This is the third single from their fourth studio album, Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix.
Angel Dance by Robert Plant debuted at 47. This is the first single from his album, Band Of Joy.
Adult Pop Charts:
What Do You Got by Bon Jovi debuted at 29. This is the first single from their Greatest Hits album.
Perfect by Hedley debuted at 40. This is actually the third single from the Canadian band’s third album, The Show Must Go. However, this is their first United States single from the album.
Adult Contemporary Charts:
Faith In Love by Air Supply debuted at 30. This song is from their album, Mumbo Jumbo.
Stereo Love by Edward Maya debuted at 22. This song also features Vika Jigulina. This is the debut single from his album, Stereo Love. The song and the music video were both included on the compilation NRJ Music Awards 2010.
Beautiful by MercyMe debuted at 42. This is the second single from their album, The Generous Mr. Lovewell.
In My Love by Phil Wickham debuted at 48. This song is from the album, Heaven & Earth (Expanded Edition).
Dance/Club Play Charts:
Hands by The Ting Tings debuted at 35. This is the first single from their second album, Kunst.
Live Your Live by Erick Morillo & Eddie Thoneick debuted at 48. This song also features Shawnee Taylor.