This week’s first time debuts on the Billboard Music charts consisted of four songs on the Hot 100 charts, eight songs on the R&B/Hip Hop charts, three songs on the Country charts, three songs on the Alternative charts, two songs on the Rock charts, one song on the Adult Pop charts, one song on the Adult Contemporary charts, one song on the Heatseekers charts, two songs on the Digital charts, one song on the Pop charts, two songs on the Christian charts, and three songs on the Dance/Club Play charts for a total of thirty-one debuts.
Mine by Taylor Swift debuted at 3. It also debuted at 26 on Country charts, 53 on Radio charts, & 1 on Digital charts. This is the lead single from her third studio album, Speak Now.
The Catalyst by Linkin Park debuted at 35. It also debuted at 1 on Rock charts, 3 on Alternative charts, & 20 on Digital charts. This is the first single from their fourth studio album, A Thousand Suns.
2012 (It Ain’t The End) by Jay Sean debuted at 50. It also debuted at 26 on Digital charts. This song also features Nicki Minaj. This is the first single from his fourth studio album, Freeze Time.
Not Like The Movies by Katy Perry debuted at 53. It also debuted at 22 on Digital charts. This song is on her third studio album, Teenage Dream.
R&B/Hip Hop Charts:
Can’t Be Friends by Trey Songz debuted at 65. This is the second single from his upcoming fourth studio album, Passion, Pain & Pleasure.
Hope She Cheats On You (With A Basketball Player) by Marsha Ambrosius debuted at 85. This is the first single from her album, Late Nights & Early Mornings.
Pretty Girl Swag by Ciara debuted at 90. This is a cover to Soulja Boy Tell’Em’s song, Pretty Boy Swag.
Fall In Love by Estelle debuted at 91. This song also features Nas. This is the second single from her third studio album, All Of Me.
Could It Be You (Punk Rock Chick) by Hwood debuted at 92.
First 48 by J-Dawg debuted at 94. This song also features Slim Thug. This is on his album, Behind Tint Volume Two. The song opens with the opening title sequence to the A&E show, The First 48.
Trillionaire by Bun B debuted at 95. This song also features T Pain. This is the second single from his third solo studio album, Trill OG.
Tired by Kelly Price debuted at 97.
My Kinda Party by Jason Aldean debuted at 41. This is the first single from his soon to be released fourth studio album.
Anything Like Me by Brad Paisley debuted at 42. This is the fifth single from his seventh studio album, American Saturday Night.
Where Do I Go From You by Clay Walker debuted at 60. This is the second single from his ninth studio album, She Won’t Be Lonely Long.
Ready To Start by Arcade Fire debuted at 33. This song is on their third studio album, The Suburbs.
Undisclosed Desires by Muse debuted at 37. This song is on their fifth studio album, The Resistance.
Have Faith In Me by A Day To Remember debuted at 40. This is the third single from their third album, Homesick.
The Devil In Stitches by Bad Religion debuted at 38. This is the first single from their upcoming fifteenth studio album, The Dissent of Man.
World So Cold by Three Days Grace debuted at 50. This is the third single from their third studio album, Life Starts Now.
Adult Pop Charts:
Summer Day by Sheryl Crow debuted at 40. This is the first single from her seventh studio album, 100 Miles From Memphis.
Adult Contemporary Charts:
You Lost Me by Christina Aguilera debuted at 30. It also debuted at 33 on Dance/Club charts. This is the second official single from her fourth studio album, Bionic.
Shadows by Audio Playground debuted at 17.
City Is Ours by Big Time Rush debuted at 65. It also debuted at 11 on Heatseekers charts. This is the fifth single from their first studio album, B.T.R.
Me, Myself, And Time by Demi Lovato debuted at 69. This song will be on the soon to be released Sonny With A Chance Soundtrack.
Bleed by Hot Chelle Rae debuted at 40. This is the second single from their first album, Lovesick Electric.
Out Of My Hands by Jars Of Clay debuted at 34.
Only You Can Save by Chris Sligh debuted at 42. This is the first single from his album, The Anatomy Of Broken.
Dance/Club Play Charts:
Habit by Margo debuted at 47.
Do For Love by Vinny Troia debuted at 49. This song also features Jaidene Veda.
Flat Foot by Martin Clancy & The Witness Protection Program debuted at 50.