Will Bruno Mars Make the No.1 spot in Sweden?

Daniel Adams-Ray retains the No.1 spot in Sweden with “Gubben i lådan.” Adams-Ray is trailed by Bruno Mars’ worldwide hit at No.2. Mars recently performed on Saturday Night Live, where he sang the new single “Grenade.


In an extremely slow week, the top nine positions are unchanged from last week. The first sign of change is Tinie Tempah’s jump from 13-10 with “Written in the Stars.” Tempah’s collaborated with Swedish House Mafia, who sits firmly at No.14 with “Miami 2 Ibiza.”

The highest new entry comes from Ke$ha, whose recent Hot 100 No.1 Debut “We R Who We R” bows at No.22. She beats the former US Hot 100 No.1 Far East Movement, whose “Like a G6” enters at No.47. The recent novelty hit “Barbra Streisand” bows at No.57, unable to surpass Pitbull’s new hit “Hey Baby,” which claims the No.51 spot in its first week.