Mims' former Hot 100 No. 1, "This Is Why I'm Hot," inches up 4-3, while fellow ex-chart-topper "Glamorous" by Fergie featuring Ludacris is down 2-4. Avril Lavigne's "Girlfriend" rebounds 7-5, matching its previous peak, after selling 124,200 digital downloads.
The chart's fastest growing track at radio is T-Pain's "Buy U a Drank (Shawty Snappin')" featuring Yung Joc, which jumps 24-14 and 14-5 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs. The Hot 100's top debut comes from Brad Paisley's "Ticks" at No. 40, the first single from his as-yet-untitled new album, due June 19. "Ticks" marks the highest debut by a solo country male since Lee Greenwood's "God Bless the USA" began at No. 16 in September 2001.
On Hot Country Songs, Tim McGraw's "Last Dollar (Fly Away)" ascends 2-1 to give him his 22nd No. 1 on this tally, and his first since "Back When" in December 2004. As previously reported, McGraw debuted yesterday (April 4) at No. 1 on The Billboard 200 with his new Curb album, "Let It Go."
Meanwhile, Trent Reznor's Nine Inch Nails becomes only the second act to achieve four consecutive No. 1s on the Modern Rock chart, as "Survivalism," the lead single from the forthcoming "Year Zero," moves 2-1. Only Linkin Park owns a longer stretch of straight chart-toppers on this list, with five. The Arcade Fire earns its first ink on a Billboard singles chart, as "Keep the Car Running" opens at No. 36 on Modern Rock.
On the Mainstream Rock chart, Breaking Benjamin's "Breath" is No. 1 for a fourth week, while Juan Luis Guerra Y 440's "La Llave de Mi Corazon" is No. 1 on Hot Latin Songs for a third.