While there is still no date for the release of Beyoncés new album, Columbia Records chairman Rob Stringer revealed that the singer will definitely have one out in the New Year.

Beyoncé's last solo album, '4', was released in 2011. Pharrell Williams recently said that he's working on Beyoncé's new album and that it is almost finished and is "crazy".

Beyoncé has unveiled a handful of new songs in 2013, including the track 'Grown Woman', which was premiered via a Pepsi advert show during the half-time show of this year's Super Bowl, and 'Standing On The Sun', which she played in full for the first time at a gig in Belgium. 

Last month (November 23), 'God Made You Beautiful' appeared online after being given away as an exclusive track to fans pre-ordering her 'Life is But a Dream' documentary.


The album, released on Dec. 3, may sell 120,000 copies in America alone by Sunday, Dec. 8.

Britney will be contending for the No.1 spot with Country Superstar Garth Brooks and his new Album "Blame It All On My Roots," which could sell upwards of 150,000. She will also be contending with One Direction's current No. 1, "Midnight Memories," and the Robertsons' "Duck the Halls: A Robertson Family Christmas" album, all huge sellers.

Eminem's "The Marshall Mathers LP 2" is also a contender.

"Britney Jean" is Britney's eighth studio album. All seven of her previous studio Albums have reached the top, with the exception of "Blackout" in 2007.



One Direction debut this week at No.1 in the World's best-elling Albums chart with their third studio Album  "Midnight Memories" after selling an incredible 1.206.000 copies its first week in the stores worldwide! "Midnight Memories" sold 546.200 in America, 237.300 in the UK, 67.900 in Japan, 63.000 in Canada and 42.800 in France. One Direction's last album "Take Me Home" also debuted at No.1 and sold 1.045.000 its first week!

Behind One Direction is Eminem with his "The Marshall Mathers LP 2" having sold 315.000 copies this week and a total of 2,22 million after just four weeks on the chart. The Album sold 1.221.000 in its first week.

Katy Perry's "Prism" returns to No.3, thanks to a her non stop Promotion on TV and a massive sales boost of 216.000 copies this week!

Lady GaGa's "Artpop" slips to No.4 despite a 48% sales increase and sales of 195.000 copies. The second highest sales gainer this week is the Japanese Boy Band Kat-Tun with their new Album "Kusabi" which closes the top 5 with 168.000 copies sold. Country Superstar Garth Brooks is just behind at No.6 with "Blame It On The Roots" and sales of 164.000. Gary Barlow from Take That enters the World's Best-selling Album chart at No.10 with his new Album "Since I Saw You Last" and sales of 118.000.


Eminem's "The Monster" ft. Rihanna reigns the World's best-selling Singles chart for the fourth consecutive week.

Pitbull's smash hit "Timber" featuring Ke$ha jumps from no.6 to no.2. Lorde's "Royals" slips to no.3. Katy Perry's "Roar" remains at no.4.

The Highest debut of the week is Japanese Girl Band Nogizaka 46  with their hit single "Baretta" at no.5.

OneRepublic's global hit  "Counting Stars" rises one place from 7 to 6.

Avicii's "Wake Me Up" slips to from 5 no.7.

Miley's "Wrecking Ball" remains at no.8.

One Direction's "The Story of my Life" races up charts from no.16 to 9 and Ellie Goulding reenters the top 10 and closes it with her smash hit "Burn"which peaked at no.1 in the UK charts.

South Korean boy group Tohoshinki opens at no.20 with 'Very Merry Xmas'. Justin Bieber's 'Roller Coaster' jumps to no.22. Calvin Harris's new single "Under control" tops the charts in the UK and is no.26 on the World's best-selling single charts.  Hyolyn from the South Korean girlie group Sistar enters at no.32 with "One Way Love" and the US rock band The Neighbourhood debuts at no.40 with "Sweater Weather".


One Direction's "Midnight Memories" debuts at No.1 in America this week with 546,000 copies sold, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

The act makes history as the first group to debut at No. 1with its first three albums. "Midnight Memories" follows two No. 1s for the act in 2012: its debut album, "Up All Night," and sophomore set "Take Me Home."

One Direction's first-week sales have also steadily grown with each successive album.

The act follows the recent successes of Drake, Selena Gomez, Luke Bryan and Vampire Weekend in 2013—all of whose respective albums have debuted with a bigger first week than the one before it.

With the start of "Midnight Memories,” One Direction also becomes only the third pop group to log multiple half-million sales weeks in the Nielsen SoundScan era. Since the company began tracking sales in 1991, only two other pop groups have notched more than one sales week of 500,000: 'N Sync and Backstreet Boys.

'N Sync did it seven times with three different albums, while Backstreet Boys did it nine times with two albums. Other duos/groups and bands have earned numerous 500,000-plus frames, but they were all R&B, rap, country or rock acts. They are: Coldplay, Creed, Dave Matthews Band, Dixie Chicks, Eagles, Guns N' Roses, Limp Bizkit, Linkin Park, Outkast, Rascal Flatts, Santana, the Beatles and Tool.

Last week's No. 1 album, Eminem's "The Marshall Mathers LP 2," is pushed down to No.2, despite a 65% sales gain. It sold 199,000 for the week.

Coming in at No.3 this week is Garth Brooks' "Blame It All on My Roots." selling 164,000 copies in less than four days on sale, as the album was released on Thanksgiving Day (Thursday, Nov. 28).

One Direction and Brooks are the only two newarrivals in the top 10 this week. 

The Robertsons' "Duck the Halls: A Robertson Family Christmas" is steady at No. 4 with 137,000 and Katy Perry's "PRISM" rises 11-5 with 136,000.

Kelly Clarkson's "Wrapped in Red" rises 9-6 with 131,000.

Lady Gaga's "ARTPOP" moves up one position to No. 7 with 116,000. 

Luke Bryan's "Crash My Party" climbs 15-8 with 109,000 and Miley Cyrus' "Bangerz" rises 16-9 with 79,000.

Closing the top 10 is the "Now 48" album, selling 77,000.

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