On the Hot 100, the cut drops 2-3, switching places with Beyonce's "Irreplaceable," which is the greatest airplay gainer for a third straight week. "Irreplaceable" also remains No. 1 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs tally for a second frame.
The Hot 100 top 10 is rounded out by Ludacris' "Money Maker" featuring Pharrell, which drops 7-8, Snow Patrol's Chasing Cars," which holds at No. 9, and Fergie's "Fergalicious," which slides 5-10.
Elsewhere on the chart, Snoop Dogg's "That's That S***" featuring R. Kelly rockets 85-20 in its second week, fueled by 35,000 downloads. The top debut is Daughtry's "It's Not Over" at No. 65, corresponding with the "American Idol"-bred group's self-titled RCA debut, which opened at No. 2 yesterday on The Billboard 200.
Other new entries include Chris Cornell's "You Know My Name," the theme from the smash hit new James Bond film "Casino Royale," at No. 79, Rihanna & Sean Paul's "Break It Off" at No. 95, Aly & AJ's "Greatest Time of Year" at No. 96, Pitbull's "Ay Chico (Lengua Afuera)" at No. 97 and Jay-Z's "Kingdom Come" at No. 98.
On the Hot Latin Songs chart, six-person group RBD's "Ser O Parecer" is No. 1 for a second week, while Carrie Underwood begins a fifth week at No. 1 on Hot Country Songs with "Before He Cheats." Rascal Flatts' "What Hurts the Most" enjoys a second week at No. 1 on the Adult Contemporary chart, while "How To Save a Life" starts a sixth at the top of Hot Adult Top 40 tracks.
Billboard's rock charts hold firm, with Tool's "The Pot" at No. 1 on Mainstream Rock for a third week and My Chemical Romance's "Welcome to the Black Parade" atop Modern Rock for a sixth.