'Hannah Montana' invades Hot 100
'Boom Boom Pow' fends off Disney star for No. 1 spotNEW YORK -- The Black Eyed Peas' "Boom Boom Pow" still reigns atop the Billboard Hot 100, but a big opening weekend for "Hannah Montana: The Movie" boosts or debuts six of the soundtrack's songs on the Hot 100.
Miley Cyrus' "The Climb," which moves up two spots to No. 8, also scores the week's greatest digital gain, with downloads up 37% this week. "Hoedown Throwdown," also from the movie, leaps to No. 28 (with a 119% download gain) and Taylor Swift's "Crazier" climbs to No. 38 (with downloads up 87%).
Elsewhere on the Hot 100, Hannah Montana's "Let's Get Crazy" is at No. 75, Miley Cyrus & Billy Ray Cyrus' "Butterfly Fly Away" debuts at No. 72, and Hannah Montana's "You'll Always Find Your Way Back Home" moves up to No. 88.
After the Peas, this week's top 10 remains almost exactly the same as last week's, with Lady GaGa's "Poker Face" at No. 2, Flo Rida's "Right Round" at No. 3, Soulja Boy Tell'em feat. Sammie's "Kiss Me Thru The Phone" at No. 4, Jamie Foxx feat. T-Pain's "Blame It" maintaining at No. 5, and T.I. featuring Justin Timberlake's "Dead and Gone" at No. 6.
Kid Cudi's "Day 'N' Nite" remains at No. 7 despite being the week's biggest airplay gainer. The Fray stay at No. 9 with "You Found Me," and the All-American Rejects slip to No. 10 with "Gives You Hell." Hot shot debut honors go to Kellie Pickler's "Best Days Of Your Life," which enters at No. 50 after Pickler's April 8 "American Idol" appearance.
Pitbull's "I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho)" notches the bilingual rapper's highest-ever Hot 100 position this week at No. 27.
Also on the Hot 100 this week are Day 26 featuring P. Diddy and Yung Joc's "Imma Put It On Her," at No. 79, from Day 26' new "Forever In a Day"; Rascal Flatts' "Unstoppable," the title track from the band's new album, at No. 80; and Jason Michael Carroll's "Where I'm From" at No. 100.
In other chart news, Eminem scores his best debut on the Rhythmic chart in five years with "We Made You," which debuts at No. 27.