Eminem's "The Monster" featuring Rihanna is No.1 for a fifth week!

"The Monster" reigns a top of the global charts for the fifth non consecutive week. It is no.1 in the US, European, Finnish, Norwegian and New Zealand charts.

Pitbull's "Timber" featuring Ke$ha remains at no.2.

Lorde's "Royals" stays at no.3 in the World Charts.

OneRepublic's "'Counting Stars" reaches a new peak at no.4 after 25 weeks on the charts!

Avicii returns to the top five with "Wake Me Up".

Katy Perry's "Roar" slips from no.4 to 6 after 17 weeks on the chart.

At no.7, One Direction's "Story Of My Life" up 2 from no.9 last week.

Miley Cyrus remains at no.8 with "Wrecking Ball"

Avicii's second single "Hey Brother" off his Album enters the top ten at no.9 abnd Ellie Goulding closes the top 10 with "Burn".

This week's highest new entry is Kanjani 8's "Kokoro Sora Moyo" at no.16.

There are five songs in the top 40 with more than 30 weeks presence. Mariah Carey's "All I Want For Christmas Is You", Robin Thicke feat. T.I. & Pharrell Williams' "Blurred Lines'" at no.21, Daft Punk feat. Pharrell Williams' "Get Lucky" at no.38 (both are 33 weeks on charts), Passenger's "Let Her Go" at no.11 after 39 weeks and finally Imagine Dragons' "Radioactive" at no.39 (43 weeks).

New entries outside the top 40 are K-Pop Band Shinee's "1-2-3" at no.41, Klingande's "Jubel" at no.48, Jason DeRulo's "Marry Me" at no.55 and Pharrell Williams' "Happy" at no.57.




One Direction's new Album  "Midnight Memories" reigns for a second week after selling 465.000 copies. The Band debuted at No.1 last week with 1.2 million copies.

Eminem's "The Marshall Mathers LP 2" is at no.2 after selling 223.000 Albums this week and 2,44 million since its release. Eminem has the 3rd best-selling Album of 2013 after Bruno Mars' "Unorthodox Jukebox" which has sold a total of 3,83 million so far and Justin Timberlake's "The 20/20 Experience" at 3,73 million.

The highest debut of the week is Britney Spears' new set "Britney Jean" opening at no.3 with sales of 219.000 sales.

Robbie Williams' "Swing Both Ways" is at no.4, Garth Brooks' "Blame It All On My Roots" is at no.5, Katy Perry's "Prism" is at no.6 with sales of 147.000 and Michael Bublé's "Christmas" is at no.7 with sales of 143.000.

Robyn to Tour with Röyksopp in 2014

Posted on December 12, 2013


The Swedish popstar has just announced that she and Norwegian production duo Röyksopp will tour together next year. No dates have been announced, but the tour will include concerts in Europe and North America.

Madonna is 2013's Highest-Paid Woman in Music

Posted on December 12, 2013


Madonna is still the reigning Queen of Pop! In fact, Madge beat out Lady GagaBeyoncé and Taylor Swift as the highest-paid woman in music this year. According to Forbes, Madonna earned an astounding $125 million over the last twelve months thanks to her MDNA tour and a large cut of her Material Girl clothing line with Macy's.
Gaga followed closely behind in the No. 2 spot. Mother Monster raked in a cool $80 million with the help of her ARTPOP album as well as her most recent world tour despite the fact that it was cut short due to a hip injury.
T. Swift landed in third place with $55 million while Beyoncé earned $53 million. Queen Bey makes over $2 million for every single show she plays and there are 123 shows in her Mrs. Carter World Tour. Beyoncé also reaps cash from her H&M and Pepsi deals.
Jennifer Lopez is fifth with $45 million due to her salary on American idol. She also credits a successful world tour and starring role in Q'Viva, a Latin song competition show for Fox.

Miley Cyrus Named MTV's Artist of the Year

Posted on December 12, 2013


MTV says Miley Cyrus is the best artist of the year. They announced yesterday, that her VMA duet "We Can't Stop" and "Blurred Lines" was the year's most watched video on MTV websites. The MTV artist site devoted to Miley has had more visits than any other artist's.

"We Can't Stop," "Wrecking Ball" and "Bangerz" are all huge hits.

One Direction was MTV's Artist last year, and Katy Perry won the year before.

This year, Cyrus was an easy choice, said Amy Doyle, head of MTV's music and talent programming strategy. "She dominated the music charts and critics' best-of lists while creating some of the year's most memorable moments."

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