Eminem's "Marshall Mathers LP 2" is back at No.1 this week!

Last week he was overtaken by Lady GaGa, but he's back at No.1 with "Marshall Mathers LP 2" after selling an impressive 263.000 copies in its third week and 1.9 million to date.

Lady GaGa's "Artpo"' slips to No.3 with sales of 132.000.

Robbie Williams' new album "Swings Both Ways" enters the top 10 at No.2 with 214.000 copies sold, half of them having been sold in the United Kingdom (109.000).

Katy Perry's "Prism" rises to No. 4 with sales of 106.000.

Celine Dion's Loved me Back To Life" slips from No.3 to 5. Five Finger Death Punch's "Wrong Side Of Heaven, Vol.2" debuts at No.6 with 100.000 sales its first week!

Japan's No.1 album "Porno Graffitti's best-of compilation 15th Anniversary'" opens at no.7 with 85.000 sales.

British musician Jake Bugg debuts at No.8 with "Shangri La'" and sales of 72.000.

At No.9, Daughtry's new Album "Baptized"  with 69.000 sales.

Closing this weeks top 10 best-selling Albums in the Worls is the soundtrack to '"The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" with sales of 65.000 sales.



Em's "The Monster" ft. Rihanna is the World's No.1 Single for the 3rd consecutive week!

"The Monster" is still on top of the world and No.1 in Canada, No.2 in the US and No.1 in Switzerland, Sweden, Finland, Norway and New Zealand. Its in the top 10 in all of Europe with the exception of Spain!

"Royals" stays at No.2 in the World's best-selling Singles chart this week although it has been No.1 in the US for 9 whole weeks and is top of the charts in Belgium and in the top 10 in the rest of Europe.

New entry at No.3 for J-Pop Girl Band SKE 48 and their smash hit "Sansee Kawai" which is top of the Oricon charts in Japan.

Katy Perry's "Roar" slips from N°2 to 4 after 15 weeks in the top 5! She is No.7 this week in the US and No.5 in the European charts!

Avicii's "Wake Me Up" remains at No.5 after 22 weeks on the chart.

Pitbull's "Timber" featuring Ke$ha moves up one to No.6 and OneRepublic's "Counting Stars" slips from 6 to 7 in its 23rd week.

Miley Cyrus's "Wrecking Ball" slips from 5 to 8 this week but the Video has over 367 million views!!!!

Reentry for Drake's global smash "Hold on, We're going Home" at No.9 this week, up 2 from No.11 last week!

And closing this week's top 10 is the one and only lady Gaga with her incredible Duet "Do What You Want" with R. Kelly.

David Guetta Shows #love for the Philippines

Posted on November 23, 2013

David Guetta has created a new video "One Voice" to raise awareness and money for Haiyan victims. He'll donate a dollar every time #love is tweeted out. On Friday, November 22nd he met with UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, in New York and premiered his new video on the wall of the U.N. Secretariat Building at 8:30 p.m. It was streamed live on both Guetta's Facebook page and the campaign website, where the video will be featured exclusively.

For superstar DJ David Guetta, seeing the destruction that Typhoon Haiyan left in its wake in the Eastern part of the Philippines was just the same as it was for the rest of the world: horrifying. Reports surged of casualties (more than 4,000 dead, by the latest estimate) and aid unable to reach victims. As the shock faded, David's next reaction was, what could he do?

"I wanted to help, but I didn't know how, so I went to the people that do," he says. He has partnered with the United Nations to kick off "The World Needs More ..." campaign to help victims of natural disasters and conflict. Leveraging his fame (891 million page views of his YouTube videos and nearly 1.5 billion on Vevo), Guetta hopes his fans can raise the millions the Philippines will need, not just for relief, but to rebuild.

"Working with the U.N., with the people who really are in charge, has been an inspiring and humbling experience," he says. "I created the video especially for this campaign, and use it to reach out to fans." 

For fans to do their part, all they need to do is tweet. Here's how it works: Businesses sponsor a word that the world can use more of, like "compassion" or "awareness," and each time that word is tweeted out with the hashtag or used on the campaign website, that sponsor will donate a dollar.

Guetta has already sponsored #love. To unlock the dollar donation from Guetta, for instance, share a double hashtag #theworldneedsmore# #love either on Twitter or the campaign website. With millions of followers, that hopefully means a lot of money. "I wanted to find a way for people to help using the power of social media and my network," he says. "Life has to continue for everyone, even when a catastrophe happens, but there is a way to help and to better prepare for the next one.

"When I play, people are as one on the dance floor. I want the same for the world. No matter how busy you are or where you are, we all share this planet and help each other. We should be as one."


Noone can move EM off the top of the World's Best selling Singles Chart!

The Song is No.1 for the second week running in the global chart which is determined by record sales and No.1 in Canada, France, Switzerland, Sweden, Finland, Norway and New Zealand! It's No.2 in America, No.4 in the UK and No.5 in Germany.

Katy Perry still holds on to her position of No.2 this week with her chart topping single "Roar".

Lorde, who is No.1 in America, remains at No.3 in the world's best-selling singles chart with her breakthru hit "Royals".

Miley Cyrus moves up one from 4 - 3 with her smash single "Wrecking Ball" and Avicii moves down one (3 -4) with "Wake Me Up".

OneRepublic remain at No.6 with "Counting Stars" while Pitbull moves up one to No.7 with Timber featuring Ke$ha.

New entry for J-Pop Kis-My-Ft2 and "Snow Dome No Yakusoku" at N°8.

Reentry in the Top 10 for Lady Gaga's "Applause" up from last weeks position of No.15 to No.9 and closing the top 10 is Dutch DJ Martin Garrix with his electro hit "Animals" which is No.1 in the UK this week after charting for weeks all over the continent.


ARTPOP enters the top 10 this week at No.1 in the World's best-selling Album's chart with sales of 553.000! It it the Album with the largest sales increase due mainly to Gaga's high sales in America. Artpop debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 with 258,000 copies sold in its first week, earning Gaga her second consecutive number-one album  and becoming the third-largest sales week for a female artist in 2013, following Katy Perry's Prism and Miley Cyrus' Bangerz. In Canada, the Album entered the Canadian Chart at number three with 25,000 copies sold, and was certified platinum by Music Canada in its first week of sales.

It is the third studio album by Lady Gaga. It was released on November 6, 2013 by Streamline and Interscope Records. Work on the album began shortly after the launch of Born This Way in 2011, and consumed much of 2012. Gaga recruited a variety of producers to help engineer Artpop, including Madeon, Zedd, and longtime collaborators RedOne and DJ White Shadow. It also features guest appearances from R. Kelly, T.I., Twista, and Too Short. Initially planned for release in early 2013, a hip injury Gaga sustained during the Born This Way Ball delayed the project for several months.

Described by the artist as "a celebration and a poetic musical journey", Gaga felt Artpop represented a musical departure from Born This Way. Its lead single, "Applause", was released on August 12, 2013, and peaked at number four on the US Billboard Hot 100. The second single, "Do What U Want", was released on October 21, 2013.

Artpop debuted at number one in the UK selling 65,608 copies in its first week and making Gaga the third female solo artist in chart history to top the chart with each of her first three studio albums, following Lavigne and Susan Boyle. In Japan, Artpop debuted at number 1.

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