"Can't Stop The Feeling' is the World's No.1 Single for a 4th straight week! It has reached the top spot in Belgium (Flanders), Czech Republic, France, Germany, Israel, Scotland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United States, and the top 5 in Australia, Austria, Belgium (Wallonia), Canada, Denmark, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Latvia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Spain, and the United Kingdom.

"Can't Stop the Feeling!" marked Timberlake's fifth chart topping single in America. The song debuted at No.1 in the Hot 100 Singles chart, powered most heavily by its No. 1 debut on the Digital Songs sales chart, having sold 379,000 downloads in its first week, according to Nielsen Music. This month, it was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), Music Canada, the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) and the Swedish Recording Industry Association (GLF).

It debuted at number three on the UK Singles Chart, and remained four weeks in the number 2 position, and in the top spot of the UK Singles Sales Chart. This week it is also No.1 in France!


Ariana Grande's 'Dangerous Woman' tops the World's Best-selling Albums chart with first week sales of 271,000. It's Ariana's second chart topping Album globally! Her former LP 'My Everything', scored in the week 37, 2014 with 289,000 copies sold and a total of nearly 1,8 million so far. 'Dangerous Woman' sold 129,300 copies in the USA this past week, 11,700 in Canada (according to Nielsen Soundscan), 20,800 in Japan (according to Oricon), 14,300 in the UK (according to Music Week), 4,500 in France (according to SNEP), 6,700 in Australia (according to ARIA) and 6,100 in Italy (according to FIMI).

At no.2 on the Global Chart is country star Blake Shelton with his ninth studio Album, 'If I'm Honest', and sales of 153,000 in its initial week in the USA. The Album sold 7,600 in Canada, 1,300 in Australia and a total of 163,000 globally.

In its fifth week on the world chart, Beyoncé's 'Lemonade' sold another 131,000 units and slips from the top position to no.3.

Drake's 'View' slips to no.5 with 94,000 copies, with a total of 1,6 million after only four weeks.

Two legends are back on the scene: the 71 year-old British rock and blues guitarist Eric Clapton and the fantastic American singer/ songwriter Robert Allen Zimmermann, a.k.a. Bob Dylan who just celebrated his 75th birthday some days ago. His 36th studio Album 'Fallen Angels' lands at no.6 worldwide after selling 87,000 copies. Eric's 23rd studio Album 'I Still Do' debuts at no.4 with 106,000 units.

Ed Sheeran's album 'X' ranks now a spectacular 100th week on the chart. It is at no.38 after selling another 16,000 copies.

The Weeknd's 'Beauty Behind The Madness' sold another 13.000 copies last week, reaching a total of 2,117,000 so far.

'Cleopatra' by The Lumineers sold 14,000 units last week, and 305,000 copies so far.

'Santana IV' by Santana sold 12,000 units last week and a total of 200,000 units so far.

'Blurryface' by twenty one pilots sold 1,265,000 copies so far. 'Death Of A Bachelor' by Panic! At The Disco, 543,000, and 'Revival' by Selena Gomez 722,000!


Justin Timberlake remains at the top of the Global Track Chart for a third straight week!

'One Dance' by Drake feat. Nigerian Afrobeat artist Wizkid and British singer Kyla remains at no.2 after eight weeks on the chart.

The highest debut of the week is 'I Seek' by Japanese Rock Band Arashi. The song shoots to no.3 and is the 26th global Top 10 smash for the five-member boy group.

'This Is What You Came For' by Calvin Harris feat. Rihanna loses one slot and slips to no.4 .
Mike Posner's ''I Took A Pill In Ibiza' rounds out the top five.



Beyonce's Lemonade sold another 171,000 copies in its fourth week and is once again top of the Global Album Chart. With a total of 1,456,000 copies so far, 'Lemonade' is the 5th best-selling Album of 2016.

Drake's 'Views', the 4th best-selling Album of 2016, has sold 1,506,000 copies in just three weeks. This week it's No.2 with sales of 143,000 globally.

The Best selling Album of 2016 so far is still Adele's '25' with total sales of 3,146,000. The Album has sold a total of 18,116,000, since its release on November 20, 2015.

The Highest debut on this week's chart is Meghan Trainor's second studio album 'Thank You'. It debuts at no.3 globally with 121,000 copies, 84,100 of it in the USA alone, another nearly 10,000 in United Kingdom, 5,400 in Australia and 5,200 in Canada.

Norwegian DJ Kygo's 'Cloud Nine' debuts at no.4 with sales of 76,000. Kygo became famous with 'Firestone', which peaked at no.16 on the Global Track Chart exactly one year ago.

Radiohead's 'A Moon Shaped Pool' is no. 5. Last week it was no.1 after debuting with sales of 303,000. tThis second week it sold another 71,000 copies.

Some additional sales stats: '21' by Adele sold 13.000 copies last week and a total of 28,023,000 so far. 'Get Weird' by Little Mix sold 8,000 units last week, and 734,000 so far. 'Handwritten' by Shawn Mendes sold 852,000 copies so far, 'Confident' by Demi Lovato 512,000, and the 'Title' by Meghan Trainor 2,078,000.


"Can't Stop the Feeling!" is a song recorded for the soundtrack to the upcoming DreamWorks Animation film Trolls. The song was written by Timberlake and Max Martin, who also produced the song along with Shellback. Timberlake gave his first televised performance of "Can't Stop the Feeling!" during the interval act of the Eurovision Song Contest 2016 grand finale. The single debuted atop the US Billboard Hot 100, for the chart issue dated May 28, 2016, marking Timberlake's fifth No. 1 single in the country.

It has also reached the top of the charts in Belgium (Flanders), France, Germany, Israel, Scotland, Sweden and Switzerland. Its official music video, directed by Mark Romanek, was released on May 16, 2016.

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