Billboard: The Hot 100’s Top 10 — Week of May 10, 2014

IN BEHALF OF Ralph Domingo’s From the Tube, Timow’s Blog will list down, for this week, the Top 10 from the Billboard Hot 100 for the week of May 10, 2014. Get your notepads and tablets ready, it’s time to list down the top 10 songs!

At No. 10 is Chris Brown’sLoyal,” a dip from No. 9 last week. Gee, talk about Chris Brown’s doubtful title to Rihanna years before. Alright, let’s move on!

 

Justin Timberlake’s “Not a Bad Thing,” ironically came bad in chart by one point from No. 8 last week to No. 9.

British rock band Bastille flows down the mud on “Pompeii” to No. 8 from No. 6 last week.

A biggest gain this week arrives at No. 7 from No. 18 with “Fancy” by Australian Iggy Azalea featuring British Charli XCX. In case you missed it, Charli XCX collaborated with Swedish duo Icona Pop’s song “I Love It.”

Winter is way over but the song is still unstoppable; Disney’s “Frozen” signature song “Let It Go” by Idina Menzel stays at the Top 10, but a slight dip to No. 6 from No. 5 last week.

At No. 5 is DJ Snake and Lil Jon’s “Turn Down For What,” a gain from No. 7 last week. Lil Jon is well known collaborator with LMFAO for the 2009 song “Shots.”

At No. 4, Jason Derulo featuring 2 Chainz and his “Talk Dirty,” living the fate from their song title from No. 3 last week.

Katy Perry’s galloping back on her “Dark Horse” with Juicy J to No. 3 from No. 4 last week.

Remaining at No. 2 is John Legend’s “All of Me” on his album of the same name.

And finally, still at No. 1 is the addictive and consistent signature hit of Pharrell Williams’ “Happy.”

According to most listeners in the Philippines by gut feeling, Happy and Let It Go is remembered to hit the music industry and the listening taste.

That’s all for the Top 10 for this week, over to you, Ralph.

[Charts are courtesy of Billboard.com. All music videos are courtesy of YouTube, VEVO and their respective record companies.]

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