Here we go, folks. This week’s Top 20 charts are brought to you by the good folks at Billboard Magazine, the number “6” and the letter “F”.

    Top 20 Singles:

1) “Disturbia” Rihanna
2) “Crush” David Archuleta
3) “Forever” Chris Brown
4) “I Kissed a Girl” Katy Perry
5) “Viva La Vida” Coldplay
6) “Paper Planes” M.I.A.
7) “Dangerous” Kardinal Offishall feat. Akon
8) “Take a Bow” Rihanna
9) “Closer” Ne-Yo
10) “Change” Taylor Swift
11) “American Boy” Estelle feat. Kanye West
12) “A Milli” Li’l Wayne
13) “Put On” Young Jeezy feat. Kanye West
14) “Leavin'” Jesse McCartney
15) “When I Grow Up” Pussycat Dolls
16) “Dreamer” Chris Brown
17) “Get Like Me” David Banner feat. Chris Brown
18) “Bleeding Love” Leona Lewis
19) “Got Money” Li’l Wayne feat. T-Pain
20) “Burnin’ Up” Jonas Brothers

    Top 20 Albums:

1) “A Little Bit Longer” Jonas Brothers
2) “Mamma Mia Soundtrack” Various Artists
3) “Rock & Roll Jesus” Kid Rock
4) “Breakout” Miley Cyrus
5) “Love on the Inside” Sugarland
6) “Tha Carter III” Li’l Wayne
7) “Viva La Vida or Death and All His Friends” Coldplay
8) “Camp Rock Soundtrack” Various Artists
9) “Good Girl Gone Bad” Rihanna
10) “Jonas Brothers” Jonas Brothers
11) “Taylor Swift” Taylor Swift
12) “Now That’s What I Call Music Vol. 28” Various Artists
13) “Talento de Barrio Soundtrack” Daddy Yankee
14) “One of the Boys” Katy Perry
15) “Spirit” Leona Lewis
16) “Kids Bop 14” Various Artists
17) “Lessons in Love” Lloyd
18) “Indestructible” Disturbed
19) “Rockferry” Duffy
20) “Look What You Made Me” Yung Berg

*It’s a Jonas world, we’re just living in it. If you count the “Camp Rock” soundtrack, the new millennium Hanson now has three albums in the Top 10, including the #1 album, as “A Little Bit Longer” posts the third biggest debut of the year (behind Li’l Wayne and Coldplay).

*In other ankle-biter news, “American Idol” runner-up David Archuleta blasts onto the charts at #2 with “Crush”, besting the #3 debut of “AI” winner David Cook’s “Time of My Life”. It’s fairly obvious who the “Idol” folks are putting their money behind, this is by far the earliest a single by an “Idol” contestant has been released following the season’s conclusion. Shades of Season 2, when the promotional muscle was put behind runner-up Clay Aiken and not winner Ruben Studdard.

*Now, how about if for former ankle-biters? Debuting just out of view of the Top 20, at #22, is a revised “Greatest Hits” album by New Kids on the Block. This marks NKOTB’s highest chart position since “No More Games-The Remix Album” grazed the Top 20 in 1991, and also bodes quite well for their new album, “The Block”, which arrives in a couple of short weeks. However, I’m a bit confused as to how three songs can be added to a previously released compilation and it can be allowed to chart on Billboard’s regular album chart, while five new tracks were added to Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” and it was relegated to the catalog list. Anyone care to explain that one?

*Congrats to Rihanna. Not only does “Disturbia” hang on to the top spot on the pop singles charts, but “Take a Bow” ascends to the #1 position on the R&B singles charts, giving Rihanna such a rare feat (topping two different singles charts with different singles) that I can’t even think of a precedent.

*Another interesting chart fact to note. Each of this week’s Top 7 albums has done time at #1 on the chart, which is almost certainly some kind of record, although it won’t last next week, where Staind is on track to pop in at #2 behind the Jonases.

*Olympic fever has spread to the Billboard charts, as Taylor Swift and Chris Brown both enter in the Top 20 with their respective “Team U.S.A.”-endorsed singles. I’m waiting for Michael Phelps to make a record. Right now, that’s a guaranteed #1.

*Hey, aren’t Ne-Yo’s and Young Jeezy’s albums supposed to be out already?? Both originally had street dates in early August, but it looks like Ne-Yo’s “Year of the Gentleman” has been bumped to mid-August, while I’m not exactly sure when Jeezy’s “The Recession” is supposed to drop. What’s up Def Jam?

Since this week’s charts aren’t exactly filled with fantastic opportunities to embed video, I’ll leave you guys for the day with a song I’ve been listening to a lot lately, and…the perfect song to put in a Sunday morning column. Behold the awesomeness of Lionel Richie’s ‘fro.