This week’s first time debuts on the Billboard Music charts consisted of two songs on the Hot 100 charts, six songs on the R&B/Hip Hop charts, four songs on the Country charts, one song on the Alternative charts, three songs on the Rock charts, one song on the Adult Pop charts, one song on the Adult Contemporary charts, two songs on the Heatseekers charts, five songs on the Christian charts, and two songs on the Dance/Club Play charts for a total of twenty-seven debuts.
6 Foot 7 Foot by Lil Wayne debuted at 9. It also debuted at 3 on Digital charts, 35 on R&B/Hip Hop charts, and 17 on Rap charts. This song also features Cory Gunz. This is the lead single from his ninth studio album, Tha Carter IV.
F**kin’ Perfect by Pink debuted at 86. It also debuted at 54 on Digital charts. This is the second single from her first compilation album, Greatest Hits… So Far!!!.
Love Faces by Trey Songz debuted at 79. This is the third single from his fourth studio album, Passion, Pain, & Pleasure.
Ass On The Floor by Diddy-Dirty Money debuted at 88. This song also features Swizz Beatz. This is on the album, Last Train To Paris.
Put It Down by Bun B debuted at 92. This song also features Drake. This is from his third solo studio album, Trill OG.
Scratches by Recognition debuted at 95.
Make Her Mine by Lil Playboii debuted at 97. This is from the album Twilight Zone by Lil Playboii and Yellaboy Trent.
Out Yo League by F.L.Y. (Fast Life Yungstaz) debuted at 98. This is their second ever single.
Blue Christmas by Lady Antebellum debuted at 54. It is on their Christmas themed EP, A Merry Little Christmas. This is a cover song originally done by Doye O’Dell in 1948. The most notable cover of the song was by Elvis Presley in 1957.
Colder Weather by Zac Brown Band debuted at 56. This is the second single from their second major-label studio album, You Get What You Give.
Last Night Again by Steel Magnolia debuted at 59. This is the third single from their self-titled debut studio album, Steel Magnolia.
Silver Bells by Lady Antebellum debuted at 60. It is on their Christmas themed EP, A Merry Little Christmas. This song was first performed by Bob Hope and Marilyn Maxwell for the movie, The Lemon Drop Kid, in the summer of 1950. The first recorded version was by Bing Crosby and Carol Richards in October of 1950. There is over 100 cover versions of this song.
My Body by Young The Giant debuted at 32. This is the first single from their self-titled debut studio album, Young The Giant.
Burn by Papa Roach debuted at 47. This is the second single from their seventh studio album and first live album, Time For Annihilation.
Hesitate by Stone Sour debuted at 48. This is the third single from their third studio album, Audio Secrecy.
XM@$ by Corey Taylor debuted at 49. This is his first solo single.
Impossible by Anberlin debuted at 40. This is the first single from their fifth studio album, Dark Is The Way, Light Is The Place.
The Most Wonderful Day Of The Year by Glee Cast debuted at 28. This is on the TV episode A Very Glee Christmas. It is on the soundtrack album, Glee: The Music, The Christmas Album.
Derezzed by Daft Punk debuted at 20. This is on the soundtrack, Tron: Legacy. All music on the soundtrack is by Daft Punk.
I Just Had Sex by The Lonely Island debuted at 23. This song also features Akon. This is the first single from their second album, The Dudes.
It Came Upon The Midnight Clear by Jars Of Clay debuted at 43. This is from the multi-artist compilation album, The Essential Christmas Collection.
What Child Is This by The Museum debuted at 45. This is from the multi-artist compilation album, O Come All Ye Faithful.
Better Days by Matt Brouwer debuted at 47. This is on his EP, A Merry Little Christmas EP 2.
Do You Hear What I Hear by Jason Gray debuted at 49. This is from the multi-artist compilation album, Bethlehem Skyline 2.
Carol Of The Bells by Lanae Hale debuted at 50.
Naked by Consuelo Costin (with Massi & De Leon) debuted at 47.
Sofi Needs A Ladder by deadmau5 debuted at 49. This is on his album, 4×4=12.