Black Eyed Peas Score A Second Week On Top In U.s.
The Black Eyed Peas conTInue their reign at the top of the U.S. pop charts after scoring a second week at number one with IMMA BE.
The group, which spent 26 weeks on top of the Billboard Hot 100 countdown in 2009, hit the number one spot again last week (24Feb10).
The Black Eyed Peas' latest hit keeps a charging Young Money, who takes over the number two spot with BedRock.
Lady Antebellum's Need You Now returns to the top three at three, while Ke$ha (TiK ToK) and Lady Gaga (Bad Romance) round out the top five.
Meanwhile, Rihanna becomes the most successful top 10 female artist of the new decade as Rude Boy becomes her 14th hit since 2000. The Umbrella hitmaker was previously tied with Beyonce. Only Jay-Z, with 15 top 10 hits since 2000, has scored more.
Ludacris scores the week's highest debut - his My Chick Bad enters the chart at 46.