*The Black Eyed Peas’ “Imma Be” sits atop the Billboard Hot 100 for a second consecutive week, while Young Money’s “BedRock” rose one to No. 2 on the singles chart.

Lady Antebellum’s “Need You Now” climbed two to No. 3, Ke$ha’s “TiK ToK” fell two to No. 4, while Lady Gaga dropped one to No. 5 with “Bad Romance.”

Train’s “Hey, Soul Sister” (No. 6) and Ludacris’ “How Low” (No. 7) each climbed one slot.

Rihanna scored her 14th top-10 hit as “Rude Boy” soared 15 places to No. 8, and the singer now ties with Ludacris for the most entries since 2000. Only Jay-Z, with 15, has more.

Trey Songz’s “Say Aah” rose one to No. 9, switching places with Jason Derulo’s “In My Head.

Elsewhere on the singles chart, Ludacris appears on the chart’s top two debuts. His own “My Chick Bad,” featuring Nicki Minaj, opened at No. 46 while he’s featured on British newcomer Taio Cruz’s “Break Your Heart,” which started at No. 53.

Meanwhile, the all-star charity remake of “We Are The World” slid 30 places to No. 6 in its third week. Reggae vocalist Matisyahu posted his second Hot 100 appearance as “One Day” opened at No. 90. The song was featured heavily during NBC’s coverage of the XXI Winter Olympics.

Rounding out this week’s eight new debuts were Trey Songz’s “Neighbors Know My Name” (No. 88), “Women Lie, Men Lie” by Yo Gotti featuring Lil Wayne (No. 93) and Joe Nichols’ “Gimmie That Girl” (No. 98).