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Rihanna's "Work" featuring Drake scores a 2nd week atop the Global Track Chart.

Danish rock band Lukas Graham rises to No.2 with their ballad '7 Years'.

Japanese idol group Arashi has this week's highest debut, 'Fukkatsu Love' is their 25th global Top 10 smash and debuts at no.3.

'Love Yourself' by Justin Bieber slips from No.2 to 4 and 'Stressed Out' by Twenty One Pilots slips from 4 to No.5.

Kelly Clarkson shoots to No.8 with the title track of her last album 'Piece By Piece'. It's Kelly's first Global Top 10 hit in four years.


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Adele's '25' has sold another 180,000 copies in its 14th week on the global Album's chart, shifting 81,000 in the USA last week, 28,200 in the UK, around 10,000 in Germany, 5,800 in France, 8,300 in Canada, 5,100 in Australia and 2,500 in Japan. The album has sold 16,953,000 copies to date.

The World's second best-selling Album is Justin Bieber's 'Purpose' which sold 83,000 copies this past week. This is the 15th week on the chart for 'Purpose' which has sold a total of 3,9 million since its release.

The two highest debuts this week are from the Japanese idol girl group Momoiro Clover Z. Their third and fourth studio albums 'Amaranthus' and 'Hakkin No Yoake', released on the same day, sold 80,783 and 81,524 copies in their initial week, according to Oricon. The Albums are at No.1 and No.2 on Japan's official album chart, and at No.3 and No.4 on the world chart.

Rihanna, whose "Work" is No.1 on the global track chart, closes out the Top 5 with her new Album  'Anti' after selling 75,000 copies last week.

The biggest climber of the week is South Korean singer, songwriter, actor, director and designer Kim Jaejoong. Last week his new album 'No.X Vol.2' debuted at no.22 with 31,000 sales in  his native country alone. This week, with additional sales from Japan, the album rockets to no.9 in the World's best-selling Albums chart with 48,000 copies sold.

Get Weird' by Little Mix sold 9,000 units last week, selling a total of 625,000 so far: 'If You're Reading This, It's Too Late' by Drake sold 7,000 units last week and has a total of 1.550,000 units so far, 'Blackstar' by David Bowie sold 1,493,000 copies so far, 'A Head Full Of Dreams' by Coldplay 2,450,000, and 'Confident' by Demi Lovato 470,000.


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Driven by the premiere of its official video, "Work" increases its global sales considerably. It's Rihanna's 12th No.1 smash on the Global Chart, exactly the same number as the Rolling Stones achieved. Only five acts have had more No.1 smashes in the World chart: Michael Jackson with 13 No.1 hits, the Beatles and AKB 48 both with 21 hits and Elvis Presley and Madonna, each have 22 hit Songs. 'Work' ends Justin Bieber's three-week reign with his 'Love Yourself' which slips to t no.2. '7 Years' by Lukas Graham remains at no.3, and Adele's 'Hello' holds at No.7 after 18 weeks on the chart.


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Adele remains atop the Global Album Chart for an 11th non consecutive week after selling another 234,000 copies! This week's 14% sales increase is also thanks to her performance on the Grammys. '25' has sold a total of 16,773,000 copies since its release on november 20, 2015. The album sold 124,800 units in the USA last week, 27,800 in United Kingdom, about 13,000 in Germany, 9,000 in France, nearly 10,000 in Canada, 5,500 in Australia and 2,200 units in Japan.


Close behind Adele, are two J-pop albums which debut at no.2 and no.3. Bump Of Chicken's ninth studio album 'Butterflies' debuts with 197,000 copies sold and E-Girls' first best-of compilation 'E.G.Smile' with 185,000 copies, according to Oricon. Another J-pop album, 'The World's On Fire' by Man With A Mission, rockets to no.5 with nearly 100,000 copies.


Justin Bieber's 'Purpose' Album is back into the top five, driven by a 9% sales boost to 103,000, after his performance on the Grammys.


The Grammy for 'Album Of The Year' went to Taylor Swift's '1989', which rises ten places this week to no.13 (up 66% to 48,000 sales) and Kendrick Lamar's 'To Pimp A Butterfly', which won Rap Album Of The Year, returns to no.21, up 209% to 34,000 sales.


'Revival' by Selena Gomez sold 19.000 copies last week and reaches a total of 620.000 so far; 'Get Weird' by Little Mix sold 12,000 units last week, 616,000 so far; 'Handwritten' by Shawn Mendes sold 18,000 units last week and has a total of 710,000 units so far; 'How Big How Blue How Beautiful' by Florence + The Machine sold 1,090,000 copies so far; 'If I Can Dream' by Elvis Presley & Royal Philharmonic Orchestra 1,288,000, and 'Blurryface' by twenty one pilots, 813,000.


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It's the 3rd non-consecutive week for Justin Bieber's 'Love Yourself' at the top of the Global Track Chart!

Rihanna's "Work" collaboration with Canadian rapper Drake rises from No.4 to 2, and "7 Years" by Danish band Lukas Graham soars from no.7 to no.3.

Adele's "Hello" slips to no.7!




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