“Call Me Maybe” spends its fifth week at #1, while Pink debuts strong and Ellie Goulding hits the top five.
“Fortune” gets Brown his second #1 album despite poor sales, while 99-cent albums mess with the top ten.
“Fortune” is expected to sell about half what previous album “F.A.M.E.” did, should still easily land on top.
Both albums are expected to sell over 200,000 copies in their first week of release.
“Call Me Maybe” notches a third week at #1, while Ellie Goulding ends one of the longest treks to the top ten in recent memory.
374,000 copies sold is less than initial projections, but enough to grant him both the highest-selling album of the year and of his career, to date.
With her first hit, Carly Rae Jepsen achieved something Justin Bieber has yet to with 22 charting efforts. What’s the deal?
Chart history is made for the rookies with the second week of “Call Me Maybe” at #1.
“Looking For Myself” sells disappointingly but still outpaces Adele and Rush (!!), “Believe” might sell half a mil.
Usher’s new album “Looking 4 Myself” isn’t selling so hot, and we’re not really sure why.
It’s about time.
“Somebody That I Used to Know” chartblocks “Call Me Maybe” for another week, while Rihanna notches another Top Ten.
“Somebody That I Used to Know” becomes year’s longest-running #1, while Phillip Phillips makes an impressive bow.
“Born and Raised” marks the singer-songwriter’s third #1 album, while Kris Allen and Jessica Sanchez debut well below.