List of number-one digital songs of 2010 (U.S.)

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The highest-selling digital singles in the United States are ranked in the Hot Digital Songs chart, published by Billboard magazine. The data are compiled by Nielsen SoundScan based on each single's weekly digital sales, which combines sales of different versions of a single for a summarized figure.

Chart history[edit]

Key
Best-charting digital song of 2010 Indicates best-charting digital song of 2010[1]
Issue date Song Artist(s) Weekly sales Ref(s)
January 2 "Tik Tok" dagger Kesha 221,000 [2][3]
January 9 610,000 [4][5]
January 16 394,000 [6][7]
January 23 252,000 [8][9]
January 30 244,000 [10][11]
February 6 "Today Was a Fairytale" Taylor Swift 325,000 [12][13]
February 13 "Tik Tok" Kesha 200,000 [14][15]
February 20 "Imma Be" The Black Eyed Peas 236,000 [16][17]
February 27 "We Are the World 25 for Haiti" Artists for Haiti 267,000 [18][19]
March 6 208,000 [20][21]
March 13 "Imma Be" Black Eyed Peas 187,000 [22][23]
March 20 "Break Your Heart" Taio Cruz featuring Ludacris 273,000 [24][25]
March 27 202,000 [26][27]
April 3 176,000 [28][29]
April 10 "Hey, Soul Sister" Train 182,000 [30][31]
April 17 219,000 [32][33]
April 24 204,000 [34][35]
May 1 "Nothin' on You" B.o.B featuring Bruno Mars 184,000 [36][37]
May 8 179,000 [38][39]
May 15 "OMG" Usher featuring will.i.am 217,000 [40][41]
May 22 "Not Afraid" Eminem 380,000 [42][43]
May 29 "California Gurls" Katy Perry featuring Snoop Dogg 294,000 [44][45]
June 5 "OMG" Usher featuring will.i.am 236,000 [46][47]
June 12 "California Gurls" Katy Perry featuring Snoop Dogg 269,000 [48][49]
June 19 318,000 [50][51]
June 26 359,000 [52][53]
July 3 337,000 [54][55]
July 10 "Love the Way You Lie" Eminem featuring Rihanna 338,000 [56][57]
July 17 280,000 [58][59]
July 24 314,000 [60][61]
July 31 352,000 [62][63]
August 7 332,000 [64][65]
August 14 300,000 [66][67]
August 21 "Mine" Taylor Swift 297,000 [68][69]
August 28 "Love the Way You Lie" Eminem featuring Rihanna 254,000 [70][71]
September 4 "Right Above It" Lil Wayne featuring Drake 225,000 [72][73]
September 11 "Teenage Dream" Katy Perry 259,000 [74][75]
September 18 221,000 [76][77]
September 25 "Just the Way You Are" Bruno Mars 209,000 [78][79]
October 2 "Only Girl (In the World)" Rihanna 249,000 [80][81]
October 9 "Just the Way You Are" Bruno Mars 188,000 [82][83]
October 16 "Like a G6" Far East Movement featuring The Cataracs and Dev 216,000 [84][85]
October 23 221,000 [86][87]
October 30 "Back to December" Taylor Swift 241,000 [88][89]
November 6 "Like a G6" Far East Movement featuring The Cataracs and Dev 204,000 [90][91]
November 13 "We R Who We R" Kesha 280,000 [92][93]
November 20 "What's My Name?" Rihanna featuring Drake 235,000 [94][95]
November 27 "Teenage Dream" Glee Cast 214,000 [96][97]
December 4 "Forget You" Glee Cast featuring Gwyneth Paltrow 192,000 [98][99]
December 11 "Firework" Katy Perry 232,000 [100][101]
December 18 212,000 [102][103]
December 25 201,000 [104][105]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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