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'Blonde' is the second studio album by 28 year-old American Singer, Songwriter and Rapper Christopher Francis 'Frank' Ocean. The album sold 325,000 copies in its initial week, 232,000 of them in the United States, another 27,500 in United Kingdom, 18,700 in Canada and 18,400 in Australia. In 2012, Frank's debut album 'Channel Orange' debuted at No.2 with 161,000 copies sold.


Exo, the best-selling South Korean Act, is back on the scene with 'Lotto', a repackage set of their current album 'Ex'act', which debuted 10 weeks ago at No.1 on the Global Album Chart with sales of 471,000! This repackaged version rockets to No.2 after selling an additional 159,000 copies, for a total of 938,000 so far.


'Suicide Squad', the best-selling Album of the last two weeks globally, slips to no.3 after selling 72,000 copies and a total of 344,000 after three weeks on the tally.


American violinist, dancer and performance artist Lindsey Stirling has this week's 2nd highest debut with her third studio LP 'Brave Enough'. The album debuts at no.4 globally after shifting 66,000 copies.


Adele's '25' closes the top 5 after selling 44,000 copies and a total of 18,901,000 units so far after 40 weeks on the hitlist.


WORLD'S TOP 10 BEEST-SELLING ALBUMS
1. Blonde - Frank Ocean - 325.000 sales this first week
2. Ex'act ~ incl. Lotto (Korean & Mandarin Version) - EXO - 159.000 sales this week - 938.000 sales in total
3. Suicide Squad: The Album - 72.000 - 344.000 sales in total
4. Brave Enough - Lindsey Stirling - 66.000 sales this first week
5. 25 - Adele - 44.000 sales this week - 18.901.000 sales in total
6. The Last Stand - Sabaton - 42.000 sales this 1st week
7. Views - Drake - 42.000 sales this week - 2.270.000 sales in total
8. Tout Le Bonheur Du Monde - Kids United 2 - 41.000 sales
9. Pure & Simple - Dolly Parton - 40.000 sales this first week
10. Blurryface - twenty one pilots - 35.000 - 1.714.000 sales in total


OTHER TOP SELLING ALBUMS THIS WEEK
Lemonade - Beyoncé - 28,000 - 2,333,000
The Getaway - Red Hot Chili Peppers - 28,000 - 859,000
A Head Full Of Dreams - Coldplay - 27,000 - 3,515,000
Purpose - Justin Bieber - 20,000 - 4,936,000
Dangerous Woman - Ariana Grande - 19,000 - 730,000
A Moon Shaped Pool - Radiohead - 18,000 - 963,000
California - Blink 182 - 18,000 - 479,000
Anti - Rihanna - 17,000 - 1,268,000
This Is Acting - Sia - 16,000 - 934,000
Immortalized - Disturbed - 15,000 - 922,000
Major Key - DJ Khaled - 14,000 - 129,000
X - Ed Sheeran - 13,000 - 8,509,000
Seal The Deal & Let's Boogie - Volbeat - 13,000 - 452,000
7/27 - Fifth Harmony - 12,000 - 317,000
Thank You - Meghan Trainor - 11,000 - 433,000
1989 - Taylor Swift - 10,000 - 9,668,000
21 - Adele - 10,000 - 28,200,000
Beauty Behind The Madness' - The Weeknd - 7,000 - 2,228,000
The Very Best - Prince - 7,000 - 4,5 million
Cleopatra - Lumineers - 7,000 - 429,000
Revival - Selena Gomez - 7,000 - 797,000
Pure McCartney - Paul McCartney - 7,000 - 236,000
I Still Do' - Eric Clapton - 6,000 - 365,000
Stranger To Stranger - Paul Simon - 5,000 - 299,000
Get Weird - Little Mix - 4,000 - 812,000
Purple Rain - Prince 4,000 - 21 million
Youth Authority - Good Charlotte - 4,000 - 69,000.


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'Closer' rises this week to the top of the Global Track Chart, ending the three-week reign of Major Lazer's 'Cold Water' ft. Justin Bieber & Mø, which now replaces Justin Timberlake at no.2.


"Closer" was released on July 29, 2016, and is No.1 on the Billboard Hot 100. Outside the United States, "Closer" has topped the charts in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, the Philippines and the UK, making it both The Chainsmokers' and Halsey's first number-one single in all seven countries!


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Major Lazer's Cold Water tops the global track chart for a 3rd week non consecutive week!


'Can't Stop The Feeling' by Justin Timberlake follows at no.2.


American EDM duo The Chainsmokers soar up the chart from no.11 to no.3 with their new smash 'Closer', the highest position for that act so far. Their previous hit 'Don't Let Me Down' peaked at no.5 in July.


This week highest debut is Japanese girlie idol group, Keyakizaka46 ID who debut at no.8 with 'Sekai Niwa Ai Shika Na'.




The Soundtrack to the film 'Suicide Squad' remains at the top of the Global Album Chart for a second week with sales of 87,000, 49,900 of those in the US. Two releases from South Korea are the highest debuts of the week. 'Hades', the seventh extended play set by the boy band VIXX, debuts at no.2 with 51,300 copies sold, according to Hanteo. The other act is the girlie group I.O.I with their second EP 'Whatta Man'. The album enters the global chart at no.5 with sales of 42,000.


ADDITIONAL ALBUM SALES THIS PAST WEEK AND SO FAR
1. Suicide Squad: The Album - Soundtrack - 87,000 (272,000 so far)
2. Hades - VIXX - 51,000 sales this 1st week.
3. 25 - Adele - 47,000 sales this week (18.857.000 so far)
4. Blurryface - twenty one pilots - 42.000 sales (1.679.000 so far).
5. Whatta Man - I.O.I - 42,000 sales this 1st week.
6. Kinda Don't Care - Justin Moore - 39,000 sales this 1st week.
7. Partynextdoor 3 - Partynexydoor soundtrack-38,000 this 1st week
8. This Could Be Heartbreak - The Amity Affliction - 35,000 1st week
9. Views - Drake - 35.000 sales this week (2.228.000 so far).
10. The Getaway - Red Hot Chili Peppers - 32,000 (831,000 so far).

OTHER ALBUMS SELLING
Beyoncé's 'Lemonade' sells 29,000 (2,305,000 so far).
Coldplay's ''A Head Full Of Dreams' sells 26,000 (3,488,000 so far).
Disturbed's Immortalized' sells 22,000 (907,000. so far)
Radiohead's 'A Moon Shaped Pool' sells 21,000 (945,000 so far).
Justin Bieber's 'Purpose' sells 20,000 (4,916,000 so far).
Ariana Grande's ''Dangerous Woman' sells 20,000 (711,000 so far)
Rihanna's 'Anti' sells 18,000 (1,251,000 so far).
DJ Khaled's 'Major Key' sells 18,000 (115,000 so far).
blink-182's 'California' sells 18,000 (461,000 so far).
Sia's 'This Is Acting' sells 16,000 (918,000 so far).
Ed Sheeran's 'X' sells 14,000 (8,496,000 so far).
Volbeat's 'Seal The Deal & Let's Boogie' sells 14,000 (439,000).
Fifth Harmony's '7/27' sells 13,000 (305,000 so far).
Taylor Swift's '1989' sells 11,000 and 9,658,000 so far.
Meghan Trainor's 'Thank You' sells 11,000 (422,000 so far).
Adele's '21' sells 10,000 and 28,190,000 so far.
Selena Gomez's 'Revival' sells 7,000 (790,000 so far).
The Weeknd's 'Beauty Behind The Madness' sells 7,000 (2,221,000)
The Lumineers' 'Cleopatra sells 7,000 (422,000 so far)
Little Mix's 'Get Weird' sells 4,000 (808,000 so far)


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Major Lazer's 'Cold Water' feat. Justin Bieber & Mø is back atop the Global Track Chart after its debut at No.1 two weeks ago. "Cold Water" is a song recorded by electronic music group Major Lazer, taken as the lead single from their fourth studio album, 'Music Is the Weapon' (2017), featuring vocals from Canadian artist Justin Bieber and Danish singer MØ. It was written by Major Lazer member Diplo, Benny Blanco, Ed Sheeran, MØ, Justin Bieber, Jamie Scott, Philip Meckseper and Henry Allen and produced by Diplo, Benny Blanco, Jr. Blender and King Henry. "Cold Water" was released on July 21, 2016 and achieved international commercial success, reaching No.1 in Australia, Canada, Finland, Czech Republic, Hungary, Ireland, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Slovakia, Sweden, Switzerland, the UK and No.2 in Austria, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Scotland and America!

Last week's No.1, 'Hadashi De Summer' by 乃木坂46 (nogizaka46) slips to no.20.

'Can't Stop The Feeling' by Justin Timberlake is back at No.2 this week.

The Highest debut of the week is 'Let Me Love You' by DJ SNAKE feat. Justin Bieber. The Song has shot to No.3. It's the highest position so far for the French DJ and music producer.




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