Y’all know what it is…here are this week’s Top 20 Singles & Albums, courtesy of the folks at Billboard.

Top 20 Singles:

1) “Lollipop” Lil’ Wayne feat. Static Major
2) “Bleeding Love” Leona Lewis
3) “Take a Bow” Rihanna
4) “Love in This Club” Usher feat. Young Jeezy
5) “No Air” Jordin Sparks & Chris Brown
6) “Sexy Can I” Ray J. feat. Yung Berg
7) “4 Minutes” Madonna feat. Justin Timberlake
8) “Pocketful of Sunshine” Natasha Bedingfield
9) “Touch My Body” Mariah Carey
10) “Damaged” Danity Kane
11) “Love Song” Sara Bareilles
12) “Leavin'” Jesse McCartney
13) “Bust it Baby Pt. II” Plies feat. Ne-Yo
14) “What You Got” Colby O’ Donis feat. Akon
15) “Say” John Mayer
16) “Low” Flo-Rida feat. T-Pain
17) “With You” Chris Brown
18) “Love in This Club Part II” Usher feat. Beyonce & Lil’ Wayne
19) “Bye Bye” Mariah Carey
20) “Forever” Chris Brown

Top 20 Albums:

1) “Narrow Stairs” Death Cab for Cutie
2) “Nothing But the Best” Frank Sinatra
3) “We Sing, We Dance, We Steal Things” Jason Mraz
4) “Rockferry” Duffy
5) “Spirit” Leona Lewis
6) “E=MC2” Mariah Carey
7) “Home Before Dark” Neil Diamond
8) “Hard Candy” Madonna
9) “35 Biggest Hits” Toby Keith
10) “Just Me” Keith Sweat
11) “Taylor Swift” Taylor Swift
12) “Division” 10 Years
13) “Now That’s What I Call Music 27” Various Artists
14) “Greatest Hits: Every Mile a Memory” Dierks Bentley
15) “Gavin DeGraw” Gavin DeGraw
16) “Awake Live” Josh Groban
17) “Lyfe Change” Lyfe Jennings
18) “On My Way Here” Clay Aiken
19) “Juno” Soundtrack
20) “Sleep Through the Static” Jack Johnson

*So…um…who the hell is 10 Years? Not that I profess to be the beginning and ending of all things music, but it’s a bit rare for me to have never once heard of an artist in the Top 20. Oh,well.

*A nice cluster of newbies in the Top 4, including a well-deserved bow at the top from Death Cab for Cutie.I’d imagine the biggest surprise would be from British soul singer Duffy at #4. Her single “Mercy” also rockets up the chart, landing in the Top 30 this week.

…and is it me, or does this song sound suspiciously like…

*As tipped off last week, Usher cruises into the Top 20 with his “Love in This Club” remix, which features the beyond-ubiquitous Lil’ Wayne as well as only slightly less ubiquitous Beyonce. Personally, I think it’s time for *both* of them to take a vacation.

*Clay Aiken, I think it’s time to say bye-bye to your career, eh?

*Keith Sweat is in the Top 10 of the album charts for the first time in almost a decade (and hits the #1 spot on the R&B albums chart for the sixth time). Proof that begging will *never* go out of style!

Let’s take it back!!!