This week’s first time debuts on the Billboard Music charts consisted of three songs on the Hot 100 charts, seven songs on the R&B/Hip Hop charts, five songs on the Country charts, three songs on the Alternative charts, two songs on the Rock charts, one song on the Adult Contemporary charts, one song on the Digital charts, one song on the Pop charts, two songs on the Christian charts, and two songs on the Dance/Club Play charts for a total of twenty-seven debuts.
Erase Me by Kid Cudi debuted at 22. It also debuted at 11 on Digital charts. This song also features Kanye West. This is the first single from his album, Man On The Moon II: The Legend Of Mr. Rager.
Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.) by Katy Perry debuted at 67. It also debuted at 29 on Digital charts. This song is on her third studio album, Teenage Dream.
F**k You by Cee Lo Green debuted at 96. It also debuted at 69 on Digital charts and 7 on Heatseekers charts. This is the title track from his third solo album.
R&B/Hip Hop Charts:
Where You Are by Cali Swag District debuted at 70. This is the second single from their debut studio album, The Kickback.
Lay You Down by Jagged Edge debuted at 89. This is the second single from their upcoming seventh studio album, The Remedy.
When A Woman Loves by R Kelly debuted at 90. This is the first single from his upcoming studio album, Love Letter.
Lights Out by Fabolous debuted at 92. This song is on the EP, There Is No Competition 2: The Grieving Music.
I’m Doin’ Me by Fantasia debuted at 97. This is the second single from her third studio album, Back To Me.
Here With Me by Arika Kane debuted at 98.
Look In The Mirror by Yo Gotti debuted at 100. This is the third single from his fifth studio album, Live From The Kitchen.
Shakin That Tailgate by Trailer Choir debuted at 54. This is on their first studio album, Tailgate.
I Got Your Country Right Here by Gretchen Wilson debuted at 55. This is the second single and title track from her fourth studio album, I Got Your Country Right Here.
Kiss Me When I’m Down by Gary Allan debuted at 56. This is the third single from his eighth studio album, Get Off On The Pain.
Soldiers & Jesus by James Otto debuted at 58. This is the second single from his third studio album, Shake What God Gave Ya.
What You Think About Us by Ashley Gearing debuted at 60. This is her first single in two years and her first music video in seven years.
Fader by The Temper Trap debuted at 35. This is the third single from their debut studio album, Conditions.
Rhinestone Eyes by Gorillaz debuted at 37. This is the fourth single from their third studio album, Plastic Beach.
You Will Leave A Mark by A Silent Film debuted at 38. This was iTunes Discovery Download for the first week of June 2010.
Life Won’t Wait by Ozzy Osbourne debuted at 45. This is the second single from his tenth studio album, Scream.
Back From Cali by Slash debuted at 47. This song also features Myles Kennedy. This is the third single from his debut studio album.
Peacock by Katy Perry debuted at 67. This song is on her third studio album, Teenage Dream.
Adult Contemporary Charts:
Hey You by Heart debuted at 30. This is the first single from their thirteenth studio album, Red Velvet Car.
I Like That by Richard Vission & Static Revenger debuted at 38. This song also features Luciana.
Everything I Need by Kutless debuted at 48. This song is on their sixth full length album, It Is Well.
Forgiven by Skillet debuted at 49. This is the fourth single from their album, Awake.
Dance/Club Play Charts:
Leave It All Behind by Jason Walker debuted at 48.
We No Speak Americano by Yolanda Be Cool & Dcup debuted at 50. This song was released on February 27, 2010. It has reached number 1 on several other countries charts.