Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart and Billboard 200 Album Chart (Top 10 Single and Albums in the USA): Kelly Clarkson takes the #1 spot for singles and takes the #1 spot on the album charts (Issue Date: February 18, 2012)

February 12, 2012 by  

The following are the top 10 songs in the United States from the Billboard Hot 100 Music Charts:

NOTE: Kelly Clarkson at #1, Adele at #2 and Flo Rida at #3.

  1. Kelly Clarkson – Strong (What Doesn’t Kill You)
  2. Adele – Set Fire to the Rain
  3. Flo Rida – Good Feeling
  4. Rihanna feat. Calvin Harris – We Found Love
  5. David Guetta feat. Nicki Minaj – Turn Me On
  6. Jessie J – Domino
  7. Tyga – Rack City
  8. Snoop Dogg 7 Wiz Khalifa feat. Bruno Mars – Young, Wild & Free
  9. LMFAO – Sexy and I Know It
  10. Bruno Mars – It Will Rain

The following are the top 10 albums in America from the Billboard 200 Album Charts:

NOTE: Adele at #1, Lana Del Rey at #2 and Leonard Cohen at #3.

  1. Adele – 21
  2. Lana Del Rey – Born to Die
  3. Leonard Cohen – Old Ideas
  4. Various Artists – 2012 Grammy Nominees
  5. Kidz Bop Kids – Kidz Bop 21
  6. Drake – Take Care
  7. Tim McGraw – Emotional Traffic
  8. Fred Hammond – God, Love & Romance
  9. LMFAO – Sorry For Party Rocking
  10. Rihanna – Talk That Talk

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