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American country musician Jason Aldean lands his second No.1 on the Global Album Chart with his new LP 'They Don't Know'. The album sold 143,000 copies in its initial week, 130,900 of it in the USA. Jason's former No.1 Album, 'Old Boots, New Dirt', debuted with 294,000 units in the week 43, 2014.


British indie pop band Bastille's second studio album 'Wild World' sold 101,000 copies in its first week, and is this week's second best-selling Album globally!


Australian artist Nick Cave, referred to as rock music's 'Prince of Darkness', is back with his 16th studio album 'Skeleton Tree' at no.3 on the global Album Chart after shifting 95,000 copies. Nick's 1996 album 'Murder Ballads' featured 'Where The Wild Roses Grow', a duet with Kylie Minogue, his most commercially successful single to date.


Céline Dion's French-speaking set 'Encore Un Soir', the world's best-selling Album for past two weeks, slips to no.5 after selling another 81,000 copies, bringing the total to 516,000 after three weeks on the chart.


WORLDS TOP 10 BEST-SELLING ALBUMS
1. They Don't Know - Jason Aldean - 143.000 sales 1st week
2. Wild World - Bastille - 101.000 sales this week - 101.000 in total
3. Skeleton Tree - Nick Cave & The bad Seeds - 95.000 sales
4. Live At The Hollywood Bow - The Beatles - 93.000 sales
5. Encore Un Soir - 81.000 sales - 516.000 sales in total
6. Youth - Bangtan Boys - 방탄소년단 - 76.000 sales 1st week
7. Palmen Aus Plastik - @Boney MC & RAF Camora - 54.000 sales
8. Acoustic Recordings: 1998-2016 - Jack White - 52.000 sales
9. Kimi No Na Wa - 48.000 sales - 145.000 in total
10. Schmilco - Wilco - 46.000 sales - 46.000 in total
OTHER TOP SELLERS OF THE PAST WEEK
The 'Suicide Squad' soundtrack - 44,000 - 500,000
Encore - Barbra Streisand - 43,000 - 319,000
25 - Adele - 34,000 - 19,014,00021
Blurryface - twenty one pilots - 32,000 - 1,816,000
Lemonade - Beyoncé - 28,000 - 2,442,000
View - Drake - 25,000 - 2,361,000
Blonde - Frank Ocean - 24,000 - 450,000
A Head Full Of Dreams - Coldplay - 22,000 - 3,586,000
Dangerous Woman - Ariana Grande - 21,000 - 790,000
The Getaway - Red Hot Chili Peppers - 20,000 - 933,000
Purpose - Justin Bieber - 18,000 - 4,992,000
This Is Acting - Sia - 16,000 - 986,000
Anti - Rihanna - 13,000 - 1,316,000
Brave Enough - Lindsey Stirling - 13,000 - 113,000
A Moon Shaped Pool - Radiohead - 11,000 - 1,002,000
X - Ed Sheeran - 10,000 - 8,544,000
21 - Adele - 9,000 - 28,228,000
Seal The Deal & Let's Boogie - Volbeat - 9,000 - 482,000
7/27 - Fifth Harmony - 8,000 - 343,000
California - blink-182 - 8,000 - 516,000
Thank You - Meghan Trainor - 7,000 - 459,000
1989 - Taylor Swift - 6,000 - 9,692,000
Beauty Behind The Madness - The Weeknd - 6,000 - 2,247,000
Cleopatra - The Lumineers - 6,000 - 448,000
Revival - Selena Gomez - 5,000 - 815,000
Get Weird - Little Mix - 3,000 - 823,000
Glory - Britney Spears - 23,000 - 210,000
I Still Do - Eric Clapton - 3,000 - 378,000
Immortalized - Disturbed - 13,000 - 963,000
Pure McCartney - Paul McCartney - 3,000 - 248,000


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The Chainsmokers' 'Closer' regains its position as the world's best-selling Song for a 3rd non consecutive week!

Major Lazer's Cold Water' ft. Justin Bieber & MØ and DJ SNAKE's 'Let Me Love You' also ft. Justin move up, to No.2 & No.3.

Lady Gaga's 'Perfect Illusion' is this week's highest debut at no.5. Her upcoming album 'Joanne' is st for release in October.

The biggest climber is Sia's 'The Greatest' ft. Kendrick Lamar at no.7.


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It's no surprise, that 'Love Trip', the new single smash by the girlie idol group AKB 48, debuted atop the Global Track Chart. It's the 24th no.1 smash for the Japanese pop phenomenon, two more than Elvis Presley and Madonna had in their long careers.

The Chainsmokers 'Closer' feat. Halsey slips to No.2, but could very well be back at No.1 by the end of the week!

Major Lazer's 'Cold Water' by feat. Justin Bieber & Mø remains at No.3


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Céline Dion's latest French Album, 'Encore Un Soir', has sold another 124,000 copies in its second week bringing her total Albums score to 435,000 copies!

American rock band from Ocala, Florida, A Day To Remember, is at No.2 with 'Bad Vibrations' after selling 88.000 the 1st week.

Barbra Streisand is in third position with 'Encore: Movie Partners Sing Broadway' having sold another 71.000 copies this week and a total of 276.000 globally.

Travis Scott is in 4th position with his debut Album 'Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight' which debuted at No.1 in America earlier this week.

Closing the top 5 of the global Album chart is the Soundtrack to the Suicide Squad: The Album


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"One Dance" is a song by Canadian hip hop recording artist Drake from his 4th studio album, 'Views'. It features guest vocals from Nigerian Afrobeat artist Wizkid and British singer Kyla. "One Dance" was produced by Nineteen85, DJ Maphorisa, 40 and Wizkid, and written by Drake, Nineteen85, DJ Maphorisa, Noah Shebib, Ayodeji Balogun, Kyla Smith, Errol Reid and Luke Reid. It was released for digital download on April 5, 2016 and was serviced to US urban, rhythmic, and contemporary hit radio on April 12, 2016. "One Dance" was released shortly after the release date for 'Views' was announced, and became an international success, reaching number one in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States, becoming Drake's first number-one single in all ten countries as the lead artist. The song had the most success in the United Kingdom, where it topped the UK Singles Chart for 15 consecutive weeks, tying with Wet Wet Wet's "Love Is All Around" as the second longest consecutive number-one hit in UK chart history, behind only "(Everything I Do) I Do It for You" by Bryan Adams. It's Drake's first No.1 single in the UK as a lead artist, having previously peaked in the top in collaboration with Rihanna on "What's My Name?" in January 2011.

In the United States, the single debuted at number 21 on the Billboard Hot 100 on April 12, 2016 for the week ending date April 18, 2016. The following week it moved to number 13. It sold 104,000 copies during its first week of release, debuting at number four on the US Digital Songs chart. The song reached number one on the Digital Songs chart the following week, its sales increasing by 14% to 119,000 copies, becoming Drake's seventh leader on the chart. In its third week, "One Dance" jumped to No.3, aided by large gains on radio and streaming. In its fourth week, it climbed to No.2, tying with "Best I Ever Had" and "Hotline Bling" as Drake's highest charting Billboard Hot 100 singles as a lead artist. In the next week, the song topped the chart making it Drake's first No.1 on the chart as a lead artist. The week after, "One Dance" fell to No.2 on the US Billboard Hot 100 behind Justin Timberlake's "Can't Stop the Feeling!" but regained the spot for an additional nine weeks! It was dethroned by Sia's "Cheap Thrills" on the week ending August 6, 2016. On the issue dated 30 July 2016, "One Dance" became the 32nd song to top the Billboard Hot 100 for at least ten weeks. As of July 2016, "One Dance" has sold 1,756,000 copies in the United States.

In his native Canada, Drake received his first number-one as the lead artist, having previously peaked at No.1 in collaboration with Rihanna on "Work" in March 2016.




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