Justin Timberlake's new Album 'The 20/20 Experience' Part 2 debuts at N°1 in the World's Best-selling Album chart selling 469.000 copies in its first week. It's a lot of records but not close to the sales of the first part of the Album which sold 1.290.000 copies in its first week and has already shifted 3,56 million units so far, still the most successful album of the year. 'The 20/20 Experience, Part 2' is available in two different editions, a standard version and a special version, called 'The Complete', which combines Part 1 and Part 2. Part 1 shot back into the Top 40 this week at No.5 with this week's largest sales increase (98.000).

Last week's N°1, Drake's 'Nothing Was The Same', slides one slot to No.2 with sales of 200.000.

Driven by the big success of  'Royals', Lorde's album 'Pure Heroine' is this week's 2nd highest debut at No.3. It sold 171.000 units in its start week, 129.000 of it in the USA, 20.000 in Australia and 15.000 in Canada.

J-pop girl group Perfume arrives close behind at No.4 with 'Level 3' and 166.000 sales.

At No.6 are Kings of Leon with "Mechanical Bull" with sales of 96.00.  

Also new are newcomer band Haim with 'Days Are Gone' at No.7 (89.000 sales).

Superfly are at No.8 with 'Best' which sold 70.000 copies this week mostly in Japan.

Artic Monkey's 'AM' slips from No.5 to 9 with sales of 61.000 and Belgian Superstar Stromae closes this week's Top 10 with his shash Album 'Racine Carrée.'

Other New Entries are German rapper Casper with 'Hinterland' at No.16 (44.000 sales), J-pop girl Band, Scandal, at No.17 with 'Standard' (43.000 sales), American rock band Alter Bridge with 'Fortress' at No.18 (43.000 sales), Danish singer Agnes Obel with 'Aventine' at No.19 (38.000 sales), techno legend Moby with 'Innocents' at No.25 (33.000 sales), and American country singer Tyler Farr with 'Redneck Crazy' at No.26 (29.000 sales).


Noone can move katy from her position of Queen of the World's best-selling Singles chart! "Roar" stays at No.1 for the seventh week!

No change in chart position this week for Avicii's 'Wake Me Up!' which is still at No.2 and Lorde's 'Royals' which stays at No.3. Miley Cyrus' 'Wrecking Ball' is still at No.4.

This week's greatest gainer is Japanese girlie group, NMB 48. Their seventh global top 10 smash since two years, 'Kamonegikkusu', debuts at No.5 in this week's Global chart.

Lady Gaga slips from No.4 to 6 with her smash hit 'Applause' while Drake moves up one from No.8 to 7 with 'Hold on we're going home'

'Walking On Air', the third Single from Katy Perry's upcoming album 'Prism', enters the Top 20 at No.19.

Robin Thicke slips from 5 to 8 this week with his chart topping 'Blurred Lines' featuring Pharell and T.I.

One Republic's 'Counting Stars' remain at No.9 this week even though they are No.1 in the UK!

Closing this week's Top 10 World Singles is Lana Del Rey with 'Summertme Sadness' featuring Cédric Gervais.

New entry for 'Gomennasai No Kissing You' by the E-Girls at No.27.

'23', the lead single of the debut album by American record producer Mike Will Made-It, debuts at No.39 this week and last New Entry in this week's Top 40 is  'Can We Dance' from boy group The Vamps who are No.2 in the UK official Singles chart this week.

Miley Cyrus Finally Releases BANGERZ!!

Posted on October 09, 2013

Today Miley Cyrus officially released her fourth studio album, "BANGERZ" with RCA Records. Bangerz represents a musical departure from Hannah Montana, which she has grown to feel "disconnected" from. She considers it to be her debut record.  The lyrical themes revolve largely around her romance with former fiancé Liam Hemsworth. The record features guest vocals from several new partners, including pop singer Britney Spears and rappers Big Sean, French Montana, Future, Ludacris, and Nelly.
Two singles have been released from Bangerz thus far. The lead single "We Can't Stop" and "Wrecking Ball" both hitting the top of the World charts. The "Wrecking Ball" video currently holds the Vevo record for the most views in the first 24 hours of its release, and the fastest video to reach 100 million views on the service. 
Miley's says her album was influenced by the Motown Sound and acts like Miguel and Frank Ocean. She describes the music as "dirty south hip-hop" combining the genres of hip-hop and country, which she felt was a "good hybrid". To achieve this sound, Cyrus worked with various hip hop producers including Mike Will Made It, Mac Miller, Pharrell Williams, and Tyler. They helped her to incorporate hip hop music elements into the project, which Cyrus acknowledged resulted in a "really different sound".
Bangerz is primarily a 13 track pop album, which also integrates elements of hip hop, synthpop, and country music. It has gone straight to N°1 on I Tunes and received generally favorable reviews from music critics. 

Lorde is N. 1 in America!

Posted on October 07, 2013


Lorde goes to No.1 in America with her breakthrough hit "Royals" and dethrones Miley's 'Wrecking Ball' from the top of the charts after 2 whole weeks. "Royals" remains atop the Digital Songs Chart for a second week (294,000 downloads sold, according to Nielsen SoundScan) and gains by 12% on Streaming Songs (to 6.1 million U.S. streams, according to BDS). The track tops the Hot Rock Songs chart for a fifth week. Lorde is the first woman to take a debut Hot 100 hit to No. 1 since Carly Rae Jepsen led for nine weeks with last year's top song of the summer, "Call Me Maybe." "Royals" has set the mark for the longest reign in the 25-year history of the Alternative Songs chart (seven weeks) by a lead female.

Katy Perry stays put at No.2 in the US with her global smash "Roar" which is No.1 in the World's best-selling Singles chart for the 6th week. The latter song spends a second week atop Radio Songs, surging by 5% to 168 million. It holds at No. 2 on Digital Songs (239,000) and slips 2-4 on Streaming Songs (6.3 million, down 14%).

Miley's "Wrecking Ball" drops 1-3 on the Hot US 100, although it tallies a third week at No. 1 on Streaming Songs. It's a non-mover at No. 3 on Digital Songs with a 37% slide to 221,000. Airplay, meanwhile, is building rapidly for the track, as it zooms 31-17 on Radio Songs with 52 million in audience impressions (up 35%).

As Drake scores his third No. 1 album on the US and World's best-selling Albums chart, "Hold On, We're Going Home" (featuring Majid Jordan), from "Nothing Was the Same," jumps 7-4 on the Hot US 100 with the top Streaming Gainer award. "Hold" hikes 4-1 on the subscription services-based On-Demand Songs chart (3.3 million, up 65%) and 12-6 on Streaming Songs (5.7 million, up 86%). It bullets at No. 5 on Radio Songs with a 13% advance to 120 million and rises 3-1 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs.

Rounding out America's top five Singles, Avicii's "Wake Me Up!" regresses 4-5. It rises 7-6 on Radio Songs (117 million, up 16%) and 5-4 on Digital Songs (182,000, down 4%), while falling 5-7 on Streaming Songs (4.6 million, down 6%). It crowns Dance/Electronic Songs for a fourth week.

Jay Z's "Holy Grail" (featuring Justin Timberlake) holds at No. 6 on the Hot 100, followed by Thicke's "Blurred Lines" (5-7).

Ylvis' novelty single "The Fox" scampers into the US Hot 100's top 10 (13-8) with top Digital Gainer accolades. The song from the Norwegian duo jumps 22-15 on Digital Songs (73,000, up 21%) and 3-2 on Streaming Songs (9.5 million, up 34%).

Two songs close out the Hot 100's top tier with backward moves despite gains in airplay. Lady Gaga's "Applause" descends 8-9 but increases by 10% to 80 million in listenership, bulleting again at No. 9 on Radio Songs. 

Lana Del Rey & Cedric Gervais' "Summertime Sadness" falls 9-10 but holds at No. 8 on Radio Songs with a 2% gain to 96 million.


Lady Gaga scored her first movie role in Machete Kills, and now the singer has loaned a new song to the film's trailer. The track, "Aura," gives the clip with a slithery Western feel as Machete (Danny Trejo) unloads a serving of ass-kicking on the orders of the President (Charlie Sheen). Gaga herself also pops up to give a glimpse of her character's skills with a gun; she is one of several actors to play the character "the Chameleon" in the film.


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