DJ DIphoeniX’s top 20 Jamz – EVERY FRIDAY!!!..[the hottest songs on urban & pop radio] + updates on the Billboard Hot 100 & Jamaican Music Charts {October 9 – 15, 2009}

October 9 – 15, 2009

30. throw it in the bag [fabolous/the-dream/drake] (29)
29. obsessed [mariah carey] (20) {Pk:9}
28. bad habits [maxwell] (-)
27. smile [uncle kracker] (26)
26. i invented sex [trey songz/drake] (-)
25. good girls go bad [cobra starship/leighton meester] (21) {Pk:4}
24. number one [r. kelly/keri hilson] (28)
23. hotel room service [pitbull] (19) {Pk:8}
22. fireflies [owl city] (-)
21. drop it low [ester dean/chris brown] (24)

20. God in me [mary mary/kierra “kiKi” sheard] (14)
19. say hey (i love you) [michael franti & spearhead/cherine anderson] (23)
18. under [pleasure p] (22)
17. use somebody [kings of leon] (10)* {Pk:1(2wks)}
16. forever [drake/eminem/kanye west/lil wayne] (18)
15. lol :-) [trey songz/gucci mane/soulja boy tell’em] (17)
14. be on you [flo rida/ne-yo] (13)
13. wasted [gucci mane/plies/oj da juiceman] (12)
12. paparazzi [lady gaga] (15)
11. empire state of mind [jay-z/alicia keys] (16)
10. sweet dreams [beyonce] (11) {Pk:10}
09. you belong with me [taylor swift] (9) {Pk:3}
08. break up [mario/gucci mane/sean garrett] (7) {Pk:2}
07. pretty wings [maxwell] (5) {Pk:3}
06. successful [drake/trey songz/lil wayne] (8) {Pk:6}
05. i gotta feeling [the black eyed peas] (1)*~ {Pk:1(7wks)}
04. whatcha say [jason derulo] (6) {Pk:4}
03. run this town [jay-z/rihanna/kanye west] (4) {Pk:3}
02. party in the USA [miley cyrus] (3) {Pk:2}
01. down [jay sean/lil wayne] (2)* {Pk:1(3wks)}

* – Former NUMBER 1 ‘jam’
~ – Nominee for ‘jam’ of the year(2009)
(#) – Previous Week
{Pk:#) – Peak Position (shown for top 10 peakers only)
RE – Re-entry (to the charts)

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NOMINEES FOR TOP JAMZ OF THE YEAR (no particular order):
live your life [t.i.]
single ladies (put a ring on it) [beyonce]
just dance [lady gaga]
blame it [jamie foxx]
poker face [lady gaga]
boom boom pow [black eyed peas]
best i ever had [drake]
i gotta feeling [the black eyed peas]

2007 – Timbaland Ft. Keri Hilson, Sebastian & Doe “The Way I Are”
2008 – Snoop Dogg “Sensual Seduction (Sexual Eruption)”

DJ DIphoeniX’s top 20 Jamz (“Da Jamz”) IS BROUGHT TO YOU COURTESY OF:

Mad A Yaad Entertainment™ (M.A.Y.E.™)


Girlz {Radio Version} (Ft. Vegas, Chico, Kiprich, Hawkeye & Mr. Lex) {Reggae fusion smash}
Dj Diphoenix & Dj Dimitri – USA

Ms. Body {Tha THICKness} [Tha Ladies (‘Y U Wanna’ & ‘B. Girls’ Mix)] {Reggae fusion mix}
DJ DIphoeniX & ZJ Ice (Ft. T.I., Munga Honorebel & Aidonia)
Diphoenix, T.I., Munga Honorebel, Sean Kingston, Cham & Beenie Man – USA

One Woman’s Man (2008)
Shonie Featuring Diphoenix – USA

Meeting In My Bedroom
Silk & Diphoenix – USA

Filthy Rich (Meking Money)
Serani & Konshens Featuring Diphoenix – Jamaica

Romain Virgo & Diphoenix – Jamaica





TO VIEW THE TOP 50 JAMZ OF 2008 go here:


Reggaefusion (Reggae fusion)

Old Skool R&B/HIP HOP Joints

Classicz from early 2000s

Pop-Rock.Soft Rock hits from the Mid (& early) 90s

Hitz from the “POP ERA” (1997-2002)

F*** songs

ONE Hit Wonders (Late 90s to Early 00s)
by Richie B – host of “HOT MIX” on HOT 102 FM – Jamaica
Date : -+ October 9, 2009 +-


TW LW WOC Play Song – Artist – Label
1 1 10 Play the Tune ! Couple Up (2 wks @ #1) – T.O.K. – Fresh Ear <!–| view video–>
2 2 12 Play the Tune ! Mockingbird (2 wks @ #1) – Mavado – Firelinks
3 4 8 Play the Tune ! Something Ago Happen – Vybz Kartel – Firelinks
4 3 14 Play the Tune ! Completely (Come Breed Mi) (2 wks @ #1) – Vybz Kartel feat. Gaza Indu – Big Ship
5 6 7 Play the Tune ! Love Dem – Vybz Kartel – Heart Of Love
6 5 13 Play the Tune ! No Man Room – Ding Dong – Fresh Ear
7 7 12 Play the Tune ! Dollar Coin – Black Rhyno – Adidjaheim/Not Nice
8 10 15 Play the Tune ! Life – G Whizz – TJ Records
9 8 22 Play the Tune ! Think Bout Mi (1 wk @ #1) – Macka Diamond & Unicorn – Notice Productions
10 9 11 Play the Tune ! Ever Clean – Beenie Man – Young Blood
11 12 8 Play the Tune ! Hustle – Iyara – Rescue Production
12 13 8 Play the Tune ! Back Broke – Junior Pinchers – Sloppishizzle Records
13 15 7 Play the Tune ! Versatility – Vybz Kartel feat. Gaza Indu – Head Concussion
14 16 7 Play the Tune ! So Fine – Sean Paul – VP Records/Atlantic
15 14 9 Play the Tune ! Unfair Officer – WASP – WMP
16 18 5 Play the Tune ! Hope & Pray – Mavado – Chrome Records
17 11 26 Play the Tune ! Ugly (2 wks @ #1) – Kiprich & Black-er – Fresh Ear
18 22 3 Play the Tune ! Holiday – Ding Dong feat. Chevaughn – Notice Productions
19 20 4 Play the Tune ! Skip To My Lou – QQ feat. Ding Dong – QQ Production
20 21 3 Play the Tune ! True Friend (Buss A Shot) – Demarco – Fresh Ear
21 19 7 Play the Tune ! Hurt Mi – Spragga Benz & I-Octane – Arrows Recording
22 23 4 Play the Tune ! Without My Own – Vybz Kartel – Smurf Records
23 24 2 Play the Tune ! Lockdown – Ms Triniti feat. Vybz Kartel – Heart to Heart Production
24 17 24 Play the Tune ! Unfinished House (2 wks @ #1) – Flippa Mafia – Liv-Up Records
25 NEW 1 Play the Tune ! Mood For Love – Aidonia – Big Ship

TW – This Week; LW – Last Week; WOC – Weeks on Chart
Sources: Sound Systems, Record Shops, Night Clubs & Radio Play


TW LW WOC Play Song – Artist – Label
1 1 20 Play the Tune ! Wanna Go Home (2 wks @ 1) – Romain Virgo – Vikings & Peat Music <!–| view video–>
2 2 19 Play the Tune ! Street Life – Richie Spice – Sons of Spoon
3 3 17 Play the Tune ! Talk If You Talking – Cherine Anderson – Taxi
4 5 11 Play the Tune ! Caan Cool – Khago – Shacoops Music
5 6 15 Play the Tune ! I Wanna Wake Up With You – Stevie Face – Boot Camp
6 7 12 Play the Tune ! Weak To You – Sophia Brown – Music Mecca/321 Strong
7 9 8 Play the Tune ! Mama You Alone – I-Octane – Arrows Recording
8 4 18 Play the Tune ! Talk It Over (2 wks @ 1) – Lt Brooksie – Sounie Productions
9 10 11 Play the Tune ! All About You – Wayne Wonder – Big Ship
10 8 19 Play the Tune ! Pressuring The Poor (3 wks @ #1) – Spryng-I & Ras Shiloh – Tren-setta Productions
11 12 9 Play the Tune ! Melody To My Song – Christopher Martin – Baby G
12 13 15 Play the Tune ! Heart Of Stone – Tanya Stephens – Bass Inna Yu Face Records
13 15 7 Play the Tune ! Lioness on the Rise – Queen Ifrica – Penthouse
14 16 7 Play the Tune ! Wash The Tears – Gramps Morgan – Dada Son Ent
15 11 12 Play the Tune ! Sold Out – Bonafide Band – Broad Yard Records
16 17 7 <!– Play the Tune ! –>N/A Always On My Mind – George Nooks – Tads Records
17 18 7 Play the Tune ! Rastaman – Macka Diamond – White
18 19 6 Play the Tune ! Ghetto Vibes – Lady G – House Of Hits
19 20 6 Play the Tune ! Try Jah Love – Josie Mel & Smokey Benz – Minor 7, Flat 5
20 14 18 Play the Tune ! I’m Free – Jahranimo feat. Jah Cure – Lighting Ball Production
21 23 4 Play the Tune ! Revolution – Natural Black – Fifth Element Records
22 22 7 Play the Tune ! Secrets – Petah Morgan – Juke Boxx
23 24 4 Play the Tune ! Falling For You – Lutan Fyah – Rennaissance
24 25 2 Play the Tune ! You Say – Black Queen – Brukkout Production
25 NEW 1 Play the Tune ! Ruff Times – Nico D feat. Jah Mason – Tad’s Int’l Rec/Kontractor Music

TW – This Week; LW – Last Week; WOC – Weeks on Chart
Sources: Sound Systems, Record Shops, Night Clubs & Radio Play

Jay Sean Leads Packed Hot 100 Top Five

by Silvio Pietroluongo, N.Y. | October 08, 2009 11:00 EDT

As previously reported, Jay Sean has halted the Black Eyed Peas‘ record reign atop the Billboard Hot 100. Sean’s debut single “Down,” featuring Lil Wayne, crowns the list with a 2-1 jump.

The Peas had held steady atop the Hot 100 for 26 consecutive weeks with “Boom Boom Pow” (12) and “I Gotta Feeling (14), smashing the prior mark of 19 straight frames in charge earned by Usher with two tracks in 2004. “Feeling” falls 1-5, the largest drop from the top since Coldplay‘s “Viva La Vida” dipped 1-6 on the chart dated July 5, 2008.

The battle for Hot 100 supremacy this week was extra fierce, as the chart’s top five titles are separated by the tightest point margin in more than six years. Miley Cyrus‘ “Party in the U.S.A.” pushes 3-2, while also reaching the top 10 on Radio Songs/Hot 100 Airplay (12-9). Jay-Z rebounds 4-3, with help from Rihanna and Kanye West, on “Run This Town,” while Jason DeRulo ascends 5-4 with his debut effort, “Whatcha Say.”

Lady Gaga‘s “Paparazzi” takes Greatest Gainer/Airplay honors for a second week, popping 7-6. Rounding out the Hot 100’s top 10 are Taylor Swift‘s “You Belong With Me” (6-7), Mariah Carey‘s “Obsessed” (9-8), Kings of Leon‘s “Use Somebody” (8-9) and Jay Z and Alicia Keys‘ “Empire State of Mind” (10-10).

The Hot 100’s Greatest Gainer/Digital award goes to Owl City‘s “Fireflies,” which beams 24-11. On Digital Songs, The title jumps 13-5 (125,000 paid downloads, up 82%). Iyaz’s “Replay” also makes a large Hot 100 leap (51-24) on the strength of a digital bump (67,000, up 51%).

Four songs from the cast of the Fox TV breakout hit “Glee” dot the Hot 100. The ensemble bounds 85-28 with its cover of Queen‘s 1977 classic “Somebody to Love” and scores the Hot Shot Debut at No. 51 with its update of Heart‘s 1987 No. 1 “Alone.” Its remake of Journey‘s “Don’t Stop Believin’ ” re-enters at No. 76 after reaching No. 4 in June, and “Maybe This Time,” featuring actress Kristin Chenoweth, opens at No. 88.

Other Hot 100 debuts include Foo Fighters‘ “Wheels” at No. 73. The first single from the band’s “Greatest Hits,” due Nov. 3, soars 11-2 on Rock Songs and 18-5 on Alternative Songs.

At No. 89, Kris Allen arrives with his first post-“American Idol” effort, “Live Like We Were Dying.” He releases his debut album Nov. 17. Fellow pop-rock act Train returns to the Hot 100 for the first time since 2004, as “Hey, Soul Sister” starts at No. 98. The band launches a 28-city tour this month in support of its new album, “Save Me, San Francisco,” due Oct. 27.

Jay Sean Sends Peas Packing From Hot 100 Penthouse

by Silvio Pietroluongo, N.Y. | October 07, 2009 12:38 EDT

Black Eyed Peas (above) and Jay Sean (top)

Jay Sean will put an end to the Black Eyed Peas‘ record reign atop the Billboard Hot 100 as his “Down” will move into the top slot on the chart to be released tomorrow morning. The Peas had held steady at No. 1 for 26 straight weeks with “Boom Boom Pow” (12 weeks) and “I Gotta Feeling (14 weeks), smashing the prior mark of 19 straight No. 1 frames earned by Usher with a pair of his tracks in 2004.

For Sean, his debut single becomes his first Hot 100 No. 1. The track also climbs to the top of Hot 100 Airplay with a total of 115 million listener impressions and rises 5-3 on Hot Digital Songs, where is has moved 1.5 million downloads since its release.

Chart Beat Wednesday: Jay Sean, Lady Gaga, Carrie Underwood

by Gary Trust | October 07, 2009 4:55 EDT

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Carrie Underwood

‘DOWN’ IS UP: What goes up must come down. In this case, it’s because of “Down.”

After a record 26-week reign with “I Gotta Feeling” (the last 14 weeks) and “Boom Boom Pow” (12 weeks directly prior), the Black Eyed Peas cede the Billboard Hot 100 summit at last, as Jay Sean celebrates his first No. 1 with a 2-1 ascent for “Down.”

Tomorrow in Chart Beat, we’ll focus on the song’s Hot 100 coronation. Today, there’s more than enough to focus on regarding another chart that “Down” crowns.

Sean’s career-opening single likewise rises 2-1 on the Pop Songs radio airplay chart. Featured artist Lil Wayne also nets his first No. 1 on the tally.

Sean is just the ninth male artist to conquer Pop Songs with his debut entry dating to the survey’s 1992 inception. More than half of the select group has done so, however, since 2005, and the last artist in the exclusive club – Flo Rida – earned the honor with what would become the format’s top song of 2008.

Here are the male soloists to make such grand Pop Songs entrances:

Shawn Mullins, “Lullaby,” 1998
Eagle Eye Cherry, “Save Tonight,” 1998
Ricky Martin, “Livin’ La Vida Loca,” 1999
Lou Bega, “Mambo No. 5 (A Little Bit Of …),” 2000
Gavin DeGraw, “I Don’t Want to Be,” 2005
Chris Brown, “Run It!,” 2005
Ne-Yo, “So Sick,” 2006
Flo Rida, “Low,” 2008
Jay Sean featuring Lil Wayne, “Down,” 2009

In addition to Sean’s achievement, Lady Gaga and Beyonce each make milestone moves on Pop Songs, as well, after the artists were honored as Billboard’s Rising Star and Woman of the Year, respectively, Friday (Oct. 2).

Lady Gaga’s “Paparazzi” pushes 11-7 to become her fourth top 10 on Pop Songs. She is just the fifth female in the chart’s archives to collect at least four top 10s from a debut domestic album, joining Alanis Morissette (five, 1995-96), Christina Aguilera (1999-2000), Gwen Stefani (2005) and Fergie (five, 2006-08).

Beyonce concurrently secures her 10th top 10, as “Sweet Dreams” soars 15-10. The ascent makes “I Am…Sasha Fierce” her first album to yield four Pop Songs top 10s. “If I Were a Boy” reached No. 9, “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)” spent three weeks at No. 1 and “Halo” hovered for three weeks at a peak of No. 2.

Also notable on Pop Songs is the debut at No. 38 for Britney Spears‘ “3.” The song is Spears’ 24th career entry, most among all artists since she first arrived with “…Baby One More Time” on the chart dated Oct. 24, 1998.

With “3” topping iTunes’ sales chart following its digital release yesterday (Oct. 6), expect the song to rocket onto next week’s Billboard Hot 100. Spears’ second hits set, “The Singles Collection,” arrives Nov. 24.

“3” is only the second title to grace Pop Songs whose title consists solely of a single digit. Prince‘s “7” hit No. 3 in 1993.

PERFECT 10: On Country Songs, Carrie Underwood ropes her 10th top 10, as “Cowboy Casanova” climbs 11-8. With the advance, Underwood now stands alone in first-place for most top 10s on the chart among solo women this decade.

Here are the solo females with the most top 10s on Country Songs since 2000:

10, Carrie Underwood
9, Faith Hill
9, Martina McBride
8, Taylor Swift
7, Sara Evans
7, Reba McEntire
6, Jo Dee Messina
5, LeAnn Rimes
5, Gretchen Wilson
4, Shania Twain

Notably, the artist who led the category among women last decade did so with almost three times as many top 10s. Reba McEntire ranked first among solo women in the ’90s with 27 top 10s on Country Songs. Trisha Yearwood placed second with 18 between 1990 and 1999, and Faith Hill, Patty Loveless and Tanya Tucker each posted 14 in that span.

As Underwood notches her latest noteworthy top 10, the performer with the highest such sum among all artists this decade extends his lead. Kenny Chesney collects his 28th top 10 this decade, as “I’m Alive,” with Dave Matthews, lifts 13-9.

Matthews is the first core rock artist to appear in the top 10 of Country Songs since, fittingly, Kid Rock reached No. 4 with “All Summer Long” a year ago this month.

COMPLETE BEAT: In addition to Jay Sean’s Hot 100 takeover, tomorrow in Chart Beat we’ll also spotlight the Billboard 200, where divas stage a dramatic domination. Barbra Streisand edges out Mariah Carey and Madonna, as well as the Hayley Williams-led Paramore, for her first leader since 1997.

Chart Beat Thursday: Barbra Streisand, Foreigner, Jay Sean

by Gary Trust | October 08, 2009 5:07 EDT

SUPER-STREIS-ED: This week’s Billboard is 200 bursting with all kinds of records. Literally and figuratively. Dating to the chart’s March 24, 1956, launch as a weekly survey, not until this week had eight titles debuted in the top 10. The entire chart’s sum of 43 new entries ranks second only to the 45 arrivals on the Oct. 13, 2007, list.

A look at the elite eight:

No. 1, Barbra Streisand, “Love Is the Answer”
As previously reported, Streisand becomes the only act to collect No. 1 albums in each of the past five decades. Chart Beat reader Larry Cohen of Trumbull, Connecticut notes that by entering the Billboard 200 at the top, Streisand extends the chart record for longest span of No. 1s among women. Starting with “People” on the chart dated October 31, 1964, Streisand’s span of No. 1s now stands at 44 years, 11 months and two weeks (this week’s Billboard charts are dated Oct. 17). Among all artists, Elvis Presley owns the widest wingspan among No. 1s: 46 years, five months and one week (May 5, 1956 through Oct. 12, 2002).

No. 2, Paramore, “Brand New Eyes”
The band’s third album is its first top 10. It’s also the highest-charting set by a female-fronted rock band (not including acts such as Arcade Fire or Skillet, in which both genders share vocals) since Evanescence’s “Open the Door” arrived at No. 1 three years ago this week. Paramore’s performance on MTV’s revived “Unplugged” franchise is viewable here.

No. 3, Mariah Carey, “Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel”
The set concurrently bounds to No. 1 on R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. It bowed last week at No. 79 following street date violations. Since R&B/Hip-Hop Albums began employing Nielsen SoundScan data in 1992, only Mary J. Blige, with seven, has more top 10s.

No. 4, Breaking Benjamin, “Dear Agony”
The group’s fourth album additionally opens atop Billboard’s Top Hard Rock Albums chart (viewable at

No. 5, Alice in Chains, “Black Gives Way to Blue”
The band revisits the top 10 after a 13-year absence with its first effort featuring vocalist William DuVall. It notched its first top 10 album, “Dirt,” exactly 17 years ago this week.

No. 7, Madonna, “Celebration”
As of last week, the three female artists with the most top 10 albums in the Billboard 200’s history were Barbra Streisand, Madonna and Mariah Carey, respectively. Oddly enough, each artist adds to her sum this week. The totals now stand at 30 top 10s for Streisand, 18 for Madonna and 15 for Carey.

No. 8, Miranda Lambert, “Revolution”
With a No. 1 start on Country Albums, Lambert becomes one of only three artists in the Nielsen SoundScan era to bow atop the tally with their first three chart entries. The previous three-peaters were also solo women: LeAnn Rimes (1996-97) and Gretchen Wilson (2004-07).

No. 9, Selena Gomez & the Scene, “Kiss and Tell”
The Disney star’s debut album features contributions from Matthew Wilder and Go-Go’s drummer Gina Schock.

DOUBLE VISION: With so many debuts, highlights on the Billboard 200 aren’t confined solely to the top 10.

Foreigner scores its highest-charting album since 1988, when “Inside Information” reached No. 15, as “Can’t Slow Down” bows at No. 29. The Walmart exclusive is the band’s first studio album featuring vocalist Kelly Hansen.

Foreigner also returns to Adult Contemporary after a 14-year break, as “When It Comes to Love” debuts at No. 28. The group last charted at the format with the No. 8-peaking “Until the End of Time.”

The band that had not impacted the chart since 1995 now finds two of its titles scaling the list: Mariah Carey’s cover of “I Want to Know What Love Is” rises 19-15 in its third week. The original version of the ballad ranks as Foreigner’s second-biggest Adult Contemporary hit, having reached No. 3 in 1985. “I Don’t Want to Live Without You” topped the chart dated May 14, 1988.

SWEET HOME: Fellow veteran acts also make triumphant returns.

Lynyrd Skynyrd visits the Billboard 200 for the first time since 2003, as “Gods & Guns” opens at No. 18. The set is the band’s highest-charting studio effort since “Street Survivors” strode to No. 5 in 1977.

The first holiday album of the season decorates the Billboard 200. Michael McDonald‘s “This Christmas” arrives at No. 95. It also opens on the Holiday Albums chart at No. 1.

Singer-songwriter Kris Kristofferson notches his highest-charting solo album on the Billboard 200 since 1978’s “Easter Island,” which peaked at No. 86. “Closer to the Bone” starts at No. 167.

JAY: As reported yesterday, one of the Billboard Hot 100’s most extraordinary runs comes to a close this week, as Jay Sean‘s “Down” unseats the Black Eyed Peas‘ “I Gotta Feeling” after 14 weeks at No. 1. Having led for 12 weeks directly prior with “Boom Boom Pow,” the Peas end their unprecedented streak of consecutive weeks on top at 26. (The group’s “Meet Me Halfway” does soften the blow, however, charging 47-32).

“Down” is the first Hot 100 No. 1 for Sean and the second for featured artist Lil Wayne, who first led for five weeks last year with “Lollipop.”

Sean is the first male artist to take a debut chart entry to the Hot 100 summit since Flo Rida reigned with “Low,” the top song of last year. He is the 10th lead male (and second Sean) to reign in his first chart appearance this decade:

2003, Clay Aiken, “This Is the Night” (2 weeks at No. 1)
2005, Chris Brown, “Run It!” (5 weeks at No. 1)
2006, James Blunt, “You’re Beautiful” (1 week at No. 1)
2006, Ne-Yo, “So Sick” (2 weeks at No. 1)
2006, Daniel Powter, “Bad Day” (5 weeks at No. 1)
2007, Mims, “This Is Why I’m Hot” (2 weeks at No. 1)
2007, Sean Kingston, “Beautiful Girls” (4 weeks at No. 1)
2007, Soulja Boy Tell’em, “Crank That (Soulja Boy)” (7 weeks at No. 1)
2008, Flo Rida, “Low” (10 weeks at No. 1)
2009, Jay Sean, “Down” (1 week to date at No. 1)

“Down” is the eighth song to advance to No. 1 in 2009. That’s the lowest number of titles to reach the summit in a year since 2005, when eight cuts ascended to the top during the entire year. The last No. 1 that year, Mariah Carey’s “Don’t Forget About Us,” climbed to the pinnacle on the chart dated Dec. 31, 2005.

JASON: The Black Eyed Peas established their record run at No. 1 on the Hot 100 dated Aug. 29, when their then-20th straight week on top passed the previous record-holder, Usher’s 19-week streak in 2004. The same week that the Peas rewrote Hot 100 history, so did Jason Mraz‘s “I’m Yours.” This week, his title, like the Peas’ reign, also wraps its unmatched longevity mark.

“I’m Yours” departs the Hot 100 after 76 weeks, the longest stay in the chart’s history. The song debuted May 3, 2008, marking a coincidental link to Lil Wayne: the week that “I’m Yours” debuted, Lil Wayne notched his first No. 1, “Lollipop.” The week that “I’m Yours” drops off the chart, Lil Wayne collects his second leader, “Down.”

CHART BEAT BITS: Four songs from the cast of Fox’s “Glee” populate the Hot 100, led by the troupe’s 85-28 vault with its cover of Queen‘s No. 13-peaking 1977 classic “Somebody to Love” (besting the legendary group’s own remake with George Michael, which reached No. 30 in 1993). The ensemble also scores the Hot Shot Debut at No. 51 with its update of Heart‘s 1987 No. 1 “Alone.” Another artist with ties to Fox arrives at No. 89: reigning “American Idol” champion Kris Allen enters with “Live Like We’re Dying,” the first single from his debut album, due Nov. 17 …

Usher previews his next album with lead single “Papers,” which enters R&B/Hip-Hop Songs at No. 60. The song bows with only two days of tracked airplay and is likely to make a substantial leap next week. Last week, Chris Brown‘s “I Can Transform Ya” debuted at No. 92 after one day of airplay. This week, it blasts to No. 26, marking the chart’s loftiest lift in three years …

Since the Smooth Jazz Songs chart debuted four years ago this week, only three women have led the list, and this week, Jessy J becomes the first to rule twice. The Los Angeles-based saxophonist/singer rises 2-1 with “Tropical Rain,” the first song by a female artist to dominate since her own “Tequila Moon” led for seven weeks last year. Mindi Abair and Candy Dulfer, both in 2007, are the only other women to have commanded the chart …

Foo Fighters soar to their 13th top five on Alternative Songs, as “Wheels” zooms 18-5. The act enters a tie with Linkin Park for third-most top fives in the chart’s history. Only Green Day (17) and U2 (16) have more …

A band whose roots date back even earlier in modern rock history than Foo Fighters draws its first Billboard chart ink in 12 years. Liverpool’s Echo and the Bunnymen debut at No. 39 on Hot Singles Sales (viewable at with “Think I Need It Too.” The act last charted with “I Want to Be There (When You Come),” a No. 26 hit on Alternative Songs in 1997. The Ian McCulloch-led band releases its 11th studio album, “The Fountain,” featuring a collaboration with Coldplay‘s Chris Martin, Tuesday (Oct. 13).
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One Response to “DJ DIphoeniX’s top 20 Jamz – EVERY FRIDAY!!!..[the hottest songs on urban & pop radio] + updates on the Billboard Hot 100 & Jamaican Music Charts {October 9 – 15, 2009}”

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