These are the hottest 10 pop songs of the week as determined by About Top 40. This chart is compiled consulting data from various music industry charts and sources. It is intended to indicate the hottest rising hits. Recordings that have reached the top 10 of the Billboard Pop 100 chart are disqualified from this chart.
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Colbie Caillat's debut album Coco was recently certified gold for shipment of over 500,000 copies.
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Feist's breakthrough pop single "1,2,3,4" owes a big thank you for its featured spot in television commercials for the iPod Nano. In recent weeks, the track has been selling more than 30 times as many downloads a week as it did before the commercials began airing.
Rihanna recently weighed in with her opinons about Britney Spears' performance at this year's MTV Video Music Awards and the media's treatment of the topic. "She did her best, so leave her alone."
4. Jordin Sparks - Tattoo
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5. Britney Spears - Gimme More
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In another recent personal setback, Britney Spears has been ordered by a judge to give up custody of her two sons to her former husband Kevin Federline.
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7. Jennifer Lopez - Do It Well
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According to Jennifer Lopez, her marriage to fellow singer Marc Anthony has been a success because the pair enjoy "natural passion" and there is a real chemistry in their marriage.
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Fergie was recently selected as the opening act for the Australia and New Zealand tour by 80's supergroup the Police.
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Matchbox Twenty is hoping their new greatest hits collection Exile on Mainstream will point in new directions for the band. The album features 6 new songs including this current hit.
10. Baby Bash featuring T-Pain - Cyclone
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Baby Bash has collaborated with Jennifer Lopez on vocals for a song that will be featured on the upcoming Ultimate Santana album to be released in mid-October.