Ed Sheeran's 'Divide' holds at No.2 with sales of 126.000 this week and a total of 5.980.000 so far!

1. Melodrama - Lorde - 185.000 1st week sales
2. Divide - Ed Sheeran - 126.000 - 5.980.000 (total sales)
3. Pretty Girls Like Trap Music - 2 Chainz - 114.000 1st wk
4. Feed The Machine - Nickelback - 113.000 1st wk
5. Be Ordinary - Hwang Chi Yeul - 99.000 1st wk
6. How Did We Get So Dark? - Royal Blood - 97.000 1st wk
7. Damn. - Kendrick Lamar - 96.000 / 2.167.000 (total sales)
8. Witness - Katy Perry - 80.000 / 368.000
9. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band - The Beatles - 66.000 -
10. Crack Up - Fleet Foxes - 63.000 - 1st Wk


Luis Fonsi's "Despacito" with Daddy Yankee ft. Justin Bieber has topped
almost all hitlists around the world, something no other
Spanish-speaking song has done since Los Del Rio's 'Macarena' in 1996!

Ed Sheeran's 'Shape Of You' returns to no.2 after topping the global
chart for 16 straight weeks, then ranking at No.2 for another 5. The
Song slipped to No.3 for just 1 week. It's now No.23 on the All Time

Back in the top three is DJ Khaled's "I'm The One" by DJ Khaled ft
Justin Bieber, Quavo, Chance the rapper & Lil Wayne.

At no.4 is "2U" by David Guetta feat. Justin Bieber, the highest gainer
this week!

'Something Just Like This' by the Chainsmokers feat. Coldplay closes the
Top 5 this week! .


Katy Perry tops the best-selling Album Chart with 288,000 equivalent
sales, 259,000 of which are pure album sales. Her former studio set
'Prism' debuted at No.2 in November 2013, with sales of 453,000.
'Witness' sold 180,000 in the US, 23,000 sales in Canada, 16,200 in the
UK, around 10,000 in Germany, 9,000 in France, 6,000 in Brazil, 5,800 in
Australia and 4,700 in Japan! The album's lead single 'Chained To The
Rhythm' peaked at no.3 in March and is the 10th best-selling Song of
2017 so far!

Ed Sheeran's 'Divide' goes back up to no.2 with 133,000 sales and a
total of 5,85 million so far, and is the best-selling Album of 2017 by

Kendrick Lamar's 'Damn' rises back to no.3 with 97,000 sales and a total
of 2,07 milion so far.

The 2nd highest debut of the week is 'Truth Is A Beautiful Thing', the
2nd album by the British indie pop trio London Grammar. It debuts at
no.1 in the UK with sales of 43,400 and at no.4 globally with sales of

1. Witness - Katy Perry - 288.000 (1st week)
2. Divide - Ed Sheeran - 133.000 (this wk) - 5.854.000 total
3. Damn. - Kendrick Lamar - 97.000 / 2.071.000
4. Truth Is A Beautiful Thing - London Grammar - 87.000
5. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band - The Beatles - 79.000 -
(31.500.000 total)
6. Ctrl - SZA - 68.000 (1st wk)
7. Heart Break - Lady Antebellum - 64.000 (1st wk)
8. More Life - Drake - 60.000 (1st wk) - 2.185.000 total
9. Harry Styles - Harry Styles - 60.000 - 752.000
10. Is This The Life We Really Want? - Roger Waters - 60.000 - 197.000


"Despacito" scores a 6th week atop the global track chart, and is the 2nd best-selling Song of 2017 after Ed Sheeran's "Shape Of You"! The 3rd best-selling Song of this year so far is Clean Bandits' "Rockabye" with Sean Paul & Anne-Marie.

AKB48's 34th No.1 in Japan, 'Negaigoto No Mochigusare' debuts at No. 2, failing to outsell "Despacito"!

After topping the global chart for 16 straight weeks, then ranking at No.2 for another 5 after "Despacito" arrived, Ed Sheeran's "Shape Of You" finally slips to no.3!

The highest sales increase is Ariana Grande's 2015 hit "One Last Time" which returns to its former peak position of no.18.


American singer/songwriter Halsey has the World's best-selling Album this week with her second studio album 'Hopeless Fountain Kingdom'. The LP scored 146,000 equivalent sales in its first week, 106,000 of it in the US alone, another 9,500 in Canada, 7,100 in the UK and 4,400 in Australia.

Just behind Halsey is Pink Floyd bassist and vocalist Roger Waters with his 5th studio album 'Is This The Life We Really Want?' at No.2 with 137,000 equivalent sales. It's Roger's first studio LP in almost 12 years.

Ed Sheeran's 'Divide' returns to no.3 in its 14th week with 135,000 sales and a total of 5,72 million so far.

'Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band' by the The Beatles is at no.4, due to its special 50th anniversary rerelease, with 129,000 consumption units. The 30th anniversary release of
U2's 'The Joshua Tree', the biggest rock album of the Eighties, soars to no.9 with 62,000 sales.

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