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Alicia Keys Still Strong on Singles Chart With 'No One'

November 30, 2007 (3:12 am) GMT
Alicia Keys' first single from 'As I Am' retains its #1 position in the Billboard Hot 100 chart in its second week.
Alicia Keys

While her album '' has been knocked off from the Billboard Hot 200 top spot, ' first single from the album is still holding strong to its first position in the singles chart. 'No One' begins its second week atop the chart as well as retaining its seventh #1 week on Hot R'n'B Songs chart.

At the same week, 's 'Apologize' feat. flip flops with former chart reigner 's 'Kiss Kiss' feat. at #2 and #3 respectively. Meanwhile, newcomer grabs tightly on his last week's position at #4 with 'Low'. The single currently gains heavy airplay in radio stations.

Coming in at number 5 and 6 are old singles that are still hot on the chart. 's 'Crank That' goes up one place to no. 5, forcing 's 'Bubbly' to slip one place behind it. Fergie's 'Clumsy' inches one place to #7 followed by 's 'Good Life' feat. T-Pain.

Rounding up at #9 and #10 are in order, 's 'Hate That I Love You' feat. and 's 'Cyclone' feat. T-Pain.

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