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Jennifer Lopez’s new video not only turns the tables on rap videos, but jumps 19-7 on the Billboard Social 50 chart with her new video for "I Luh Ya Papi”. 

“I Luh Ya Papi” has hit over 9.5 million global views since the debut (March 13), which contributes roughly 23 million plays on Jennifer’s VEVO channel in the week ending, March 16.

“The Social 50 ranks the most popular artists on YouTube, Vevo, Facebook, Twitter, SoundCloud, Wikipedia, Myspace and Instagram. The chart's methodology blends weekly additions of friends/fans/followers along with artist page views, song plays and reactions as measured by music analytics company Next Big Sound.” - Billboard





Shakira is now the most-liked musician on Facebook. The latin music star announced on her Facebook, that she has 86.66 million likes on Facebook. 

The singer made a statement on her page, thanking fans for their support.

"Wow... I was just told I now have the most-followed page on Facebook in the world! I still cannot believe it! I always wanted to have a lot of friends but never imagined it would be so many...86m! So humbled, can't thank you guys enough for your support. I feel so fortunate to have you. Giant kiss! Forever thankful, Shakira”

The announcement precedes the release of her self-titled new album which drops on Tuesday, March 25. It’s usually typical to see a bump in social number’s after a new album, but Shakira is seeing it before!


Lady Gaga's new music video “G.U.Y. – An ARTPOP Film” debuted Saturday, March 22nd on the singer's VEVO channel. 

G.U.Y. stands for Girl Under You, directed by Gaga herself and at 11 minutes and 46 seconds, it's a whole LOT of video. It begins with a wounded half woman, half bird Gaga and ends with the resurrection of Jesus and Michael Jackson.



Pharrell’s “Happy” is no.1 for an eighth week after 14 weeks on the Worlds best-selling Singles Chart. Katy Perry feat. Juicy J's "Dark Horse” remains second to Pharrell at no.2. John Legend's “ All Of Me” remains in 3rd position at no.3. The Biggest winner of the week is "’#Selfie” the new viral by New York based DJ duo The Chainsmokers. “ Selfie" jumps from no.31 to no.17.


Jason Derulo’s “Talk Dirty” ft. 2 Chainz goes up from 5 to 4 this week and Pitbull’s “Timber” ft Ke$ha stays at no.4. There are 4 debut Songs this week and the first one is "Sakura, Minade Tabeta" by Japanese Girl Band HKT 48.


At no.7 up from no.9 is Clean Bandit ft. Jess Glynne with "Rather Be”. At no.8 up from 11 is Avicii with “hey Brother”, at no.9up 1 place is Shakira’s “Can’t Remember To Forget You” ft. Rihanna and closing this week’s top 10 is A Great Big World’s “Say Something” ft. Christina Aguilera.


The Second new entry in this weeks Top 40 is “Tsunami' by the Canadian duo DVBBS featuring Tinie Tempah debuts at no.28. French DJ Snake and Lill Jon debuts with "Turn Down For What" at no.36. The fourth New entry comes from Dutch hip-hop artist Mr.Probz with “ Waves” at no.38 this week featuring German DJ Robin Schulz.



N.1 Album "RAY' by Bump Of Chicken

Posted on March 22, 2014



J-pop rock band Bump Of Chicken’s eighth studio album “Ray” debuts at no.1 and is the World’s best-selling Album with sales of 182.000 copies in its first week accoring to Oricon. Close behind is Atsushi, from the legendary boy band Exile, with his new solo effort “ usic" at no.2 after selling 174.000 copies.


Pharrell Williams' "G I R L” slips fromm no.1 to no.3 this week, after a 48% sales decline to 164.000 copies. After two weeks on the tally the album has moved a total of 482.000 units.


Down from no.2 to 4 is Walt Disney's soundtrack “ Frozen" with sales this week of 142,000 and a total of 1,71 million sales in 2014. Beyoncé's self-titled album now ranks now at no.2 with a total of 1,7 million sales in 2014. Beyoncé's album slides at no.11 with 48.000 copies sold. At no.5 the 3rd highest debut this week comes from French Musicians Les Enfoires with sales of 109,000 of the Album "Bon Anniversaires Les Enfoirés”.


New Entry at no.6 for Luke Bryan and “Spring Break 6: Like We Aint Ever” and sales of 82,000. Fifth New Entry in this week’s Top 10 is Elbow’s “the Take Off And Landing Of Everything” and sales of 72,000.


Lorde slips from no.7 to 8 with “Pure Album” and sales of 63.000 and the Sixth New Entry of the week in this week’s top 10 is Man With A Mission’s “Tales Of Purefly” which sold 62,000 copies. Closing this week’s Top 10 is Rick Ross’s “Mastermind”.


Aloe Blacc debuts at no.12 with “Life Your Spirit” and sales of 48.000.


So far Pink’s "The Truth About Love’” has sold 5,51 million in total, Drake’s "Nothing Was The Same” has sold 1,96 million, Avril Lavigne's self-titled album 538.000 copies, 'Plus' by Ed Sheeran 3,6 million, 'Unapologetic' by Rihanna 3,48 million, 'The 20/20 Experience, Part 1' by Justin Timberlake 3,91 million, 'Part 2' 1,3 million, 'Take Me Home' by OneDirection 5,38 million and 'Loved Me Back To life' by Celine Dion 1,35 million.



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