This week’s first time debuts on the Billboard Music charts consisted of two songs on the Hot 100 charts, seven songs on the R&B/Hip Hop charts, five songs on the Country charts, six songs on the Rock charts, one song on the Pop charts, three songs on the Christian charts, and two songs on the Dance/Club Play charts for a total of twenty-six debuts.
Party Rock Anthem by LMFAO debuted at 78. It also debuted at 53 on Digital charts and 4 on Heatseekers charts. This song also features Lauren Bennett & GoonRock. This is the first single from their second studio album, Sorry For Party Rocking.
Boyfriend by New Hollow debuted at 98. It also debuted at 11 on Heatseekers charts. This is their second single.
Where You At by Jennifer Hudson debuted at 53. This is the first single from her soon to be released second studio album, I Remember Me.
Take Me Away by Keyshia Cole debuted at 67. This is the third single from her fourth studio album, Calling All Hearts.
Grove St Party by Waka Flocka Flame debuted at 74. This song also features Kebo Gotti. This is from his debut studio album, Flockaveli.
Racks by YC debuted at 76. This song also features Future. This is from Future’s album, Dirty Sprite.
Sure Thing by Miguel debuted at 77. This is the second single from his debut studio album, All I Want Is You.
Anything by Musiq Soulchild debuted at 94. This song also features Swizz Beats.
Caught My Eye by Mint Condition debuted at 98.
If I Run by The Harters debuted at 51.
Shotgun Girl by The JaneDear Girls debuted at 55. This is from their self-titled debut album, The JaneDear Girls.
That’s Important To Me by Joey & Rory debuted at 58. This is the second single from their second studio album, Album Number Two.
Oh, Tonight by Josh Abbott Band debuted at 59. This song also features Kacey Musgraves. This is the third single from their second studio album, She’s Like Texas.
Let It Rain by David Nail debuted at 60.
Let It Die by Ozzy Osbourne debuted at 41. This is the third single from his tenth studio album, Scream.
Pyro by Kings of Leon debuted at 42. It also debuted at 31 on Alternative charts. This is the second single from their fifth studio album, Come Around Sundown.
Erase My Scars by Evans Blue debuted at 45. This is the third single from their self-titled third studio album, Evans Blue.
Mine Smell Like Honeyby R.E.M. debuted at 46. This is the first single from their upcoming fifteenth studio album, Collapse Into Now.
We’ve Got A Situation Here by The Damned Things debuted at 47. This is the first single from their debut album, Ironiclast.
For The Summer by Ray Lamontagne and The Pariah Dogs debuted at 49. This is the second single from their album, God Willin’ And The Creek Don’t Rise.
Dancing Crazy by Miranda Cosgrove debuted at 40. This is on her second EP, High Maintenance.
7×70 by Chris August debuted at 47. This is from his album, No Far Away.
Not What I Thought by Jessa Anderson debuted at 49.
Invisible by Disciple debuted at 50. This is the second single from their ninth studio album, Horseshoes & Handgrenades.
Hare Krishna by Sir Ivan debuted at 48. This is from his album, I Am Peaceman.
Desperate Girls & Stupid Boys by Kimberly Caldwell debuted at 50. This is the second single from her upcoming debut album, Without Regret.