I generally list the first time debuts that I have heard in the order that I like them. I am trying something new and listing every song that debuted rather I have heard it yet or not. I consider them debuts if they have never appeared on any Billboard charts before. Any regular readers please leave feedback as to which way you like the best.
This week’s first time debuts on the Billboard Music charts consisted of five songs on the Hot 100 charts, three songs on the R&B/Hip Hop charts, four songs on the Country charts, three songs on the Rock charts, two songs on the Pop charts, one song on the radio charts, two songs on the Christian charts, and one song on the Dance/Club Play charts for a total of twenty-one debuts.
Up All Night by Drake debuted at 49. It also debuted at 94 on R&B/Hip Hop charts and 22 on Digital charts. This song also features Nicki Minaj. This song is from his debut studio album, Thank Me Later.
9 AM In Dallas by Drake debuted at 57. It also debuted at 26 on Digital charts. This song is from his debut studio album, Thank Me Later.
Fireworks by Drake debuted at 71. It also debuted at 47 on Digital charts. This song features Alicia Keys. This song is from his debut studio album, Thank Me Later.
Another Way To Die by Disturbed debuted at 81. It also debuted at 8 on Rock charts, 69 on Digital charts, 27 on Alternative charts, and 4 on Heatseekers charts. This is the first single from their fifth studio album, Asylum.
Double Vision by 3OH!3 debuted at 89. It also debuted at 61 on Digital charts. This is the official second single from their album, Streets of Gold.
R&B/Hip Hop Charts:
B.O.B. by Raheem DeVaughn debuted at 82. This song is on his third studio album, The Love & War MasterPeace.
Speaking In Tungs by Cam’ron & Vado debuted at 98. This is from their album, Gunz N’ Butta.
Don’t Say Nothin by Maino debuted at 99. This is the second single from his second album, The Day After Tomorrow.
Too Late For Goodbye by Randy Rogers Band debuted at 55. This is the first single from their fifth studio album, Burning The Day.
Just Fine by Bomshel debuted at 56. This song is from the album, Fight Like A Girl.
Just By Being You (Halo And Wings) by Steel Magnolia debuted at 57. This is the second single from their self-titled debut album, Steel Magnolia.
The Breath You Take by George Strait debuted at 58. This is the fourth single from his 26th studio album, Twang. This is the 91st single of his career.
Crossfire by Brandon Flowers debuted at 30. It alsodebuted at 30 on Alternative charts. This is the first single from his debut solo studio album, Flamingo.
Lesson Learned by Alice In Chains debuted at 49. This is the fourth single from their fourth studio album, Black Gives Way To Blue.
Kick In The Teeth by Papa Roach debuted at 50. This is the first single from their live album, Time For Annihilation.
You Look Better When I’m Drunk by The White Tie Affair debuted at 35. This is the first single from their soon to be released second album.
The Perfect Mistake by Cartel debuted at 39. This is the second single from their third studio album, Cycles.
Love The Way You Lie by Eminem debuted at 66. It also features Rihanna. This is the second single from his seventh studio album, Recovery.
Beauty Will Rise by Steven Curtis Chapman debuted at 42. This is the title track for his seventeenth studio album, Beauty Will Rise.
Light Up The Sky by The Afters debuted at 50. This will be the title track to their soon to be released album, Light Up The Sky.
Dance/Club Play Charts:
Warning by Anabel Romero debuted at 50.