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  1. Mills added a post in a topic: US Record Sales Database: Gaga, Taylor, Rihanna, Katy, Adele + more   

      Speaking of Bruno Mars, he has also scored his 5th single to cross 4 million in SoundScan-reported digital sales with Uptown Funk! last week.
    Just The Way You Are - 6.283 million (as of Apr. 12, 2014 via Hot Digital Songs)
    Grenade - 5.701 million (as of Nov. 7, 2013 via @chartnews)
    Locked Out Of Heaven - 4.750 million (as of Apr. 12, 2014 via Hot Digital Songs)
    When I Was Your Man - 4.372 million (as of Apr. 12, 2014 via Hot Digital Songs)  
    Uptown Funk! (w/ Mark Ronson) - 4.080 million (as of Feb. 25, 2015 via @​chartnews)
  2. Mills added a post in a topic: US Record Sales Database: Gaga, Taylor, Rihanna, Katy, Adele + more   

    ​Added. Thank you. 
    Edited the OP since the site update caused the text to jumble and some text being oddly replaced by random symbols. I've to cut down the OP's content and just retain the record sales of the four female pop stars. For those who still want the record sales of Adele, Bruno Mars, Eminem, and Maroon 5, you may still find them within this thread (look around page 2). 
    Anyway, here are the updated overall record sales of TS, KP, Rih, and LG - all at the minimum:
    Taylor Swift - 106.869M+ US records sold since 2006
    Rihanna - 82.098M+ US records sold since 2005
    Katy Perry - 71.863M+ US records sold since 2008
    Lady Gaga - 61.244M+ US records sold since 2008
  3. Mills added a post in a topic: General Charts Discussion - WW sales: Rih 240M+, Swift 170M+   

    Hot Digital Songs Recap, as of Feb. 26, 2015:
    Uptown Funk! - Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars - 4,080,000
    Thinking Out Loud - Ed Sheeran - 2,600,000
    Style - Taylor Swift - 891,084
    Love Me Like You Do - Ellie Goulding - 818,000
    FourFiveSeconds - Rihanna, Kanye West, Paul McCartney - 805,587
    One Last Time - Ariana Grande - 111,760
     
    These three will surely hit at least 950k by this week, and all go above platinum by next week. Still rooting for any of these three to end UF's Hot 100 reign by the end of this month at the latest. If not them, then a newly released single. Anything please but TOL. 
     
  4. Mills added a post in a topic: Billboard's #1 acts/albums/songs of the decade so far (2010-present)   

    Updated the top 20 best-selling SoundScan-reported albums of the decade so far
    Rank / Album / Year Released / Artist / Latest reported sales / source
    1. 21 (2011) - Adele - 11.1 million (as of Jan. 13, 2015 via Billboard)
    2. Recovery (2010) - Eminem - 4.622 million (as of Oct. 30, 2014 via @chartnews)
    3. Speak Now (2010) - Taylor Swift - 4.435 million (as of Oct. 29, 2014 via RoughStock)
    4. 1989 (2014) - Taylor Swift - 4.416 million (as of Feb. 27, 2015 via @chartnews)
    5. Red (2012) - Taylor Swift - 4.133 million (as of Jan. 8, 2015 via RoughStock)
    6. Need You Now (2010) - Lady Antebellum - 4 million (as of Apr. 2013 via @chartnews)
    7. Disney's Frozen Soundtrack (2013) - 3.927 million (as of Jan. 9, 2015 via Billboard)
    8. Christmas (2011) - Michael Buble - 3.573 million (as of Dec. 10, 2014 via @chartnews)
    9. My World 2.0 (2010) - Justin Bieber - 3.299 million (as of Nov. 4, 2013 via @chartnews)
    10. My Kinda Party (2010) - Jason Aldean - 3.130 million (as of Jan. 8, 2015 via RoughStock)

    11. Sigh No More (2009) - Mumford & Sons - 3.101 million (as of Apr. 8, 2014 via @chartnews)
    12. Teenage Dream (2010) - Katy Perry - 2.94 million (as of Jan. 25, 2015 via Billboard)
    13. The 20/20 Experience (2013) - Justin Timberlake - 2.651 million (as of July 2, 2014 via Billboard)
    14. Babel (2012) - Mumford & Sons - 2.629 million (as of May 8, 2014 via Chart Watch)
    15. Night Visions (2012) - Imagine Dragons - 2.413 million (as of Dec. 28, 2014 via SoundScan)
    16. Crash My Party (2013) - Luke Bryan - 2.385 million (as of Feb. 27, 2015 via RoughStock)
    17. Born This Way (2011) - Lady Gaga - 2.326 million (as of Mar. 30, 2014 via Billboard)
    18. Unorthodox Jukebox (2012) - Bruno Mars - 2.314 million (as of Sept. 26, 2014 via @chartnews)
    19. Doo-Wops & Hooligans (2010) - Bruno Mars - 2.310 million (as of Aug. 15, 2014 via Billboard)
    20. Tailgates & Tanlines (2011) - Luke Bryan - 2.3 million (as of July 9, 2014 via Billboard)

    Bubbling Under:
    21. Tha Carter IV (2011) - Lil Wayne - 2.279 million (as of Apr. 11, 2013 via @chartnews)
    22. The Marshall Mathers LP 2 (2013) - Eminem - 2.264 million (as of Dec. 31, 2014 via SoundScan)
    23. BEYONCE (2013) - Beyonce - 2.223 million (as of Feb. 25, 2015 via @chartnews)
    24. The Gift (2010) - Susan Boyle - 2.18 million (as of Dec. 1, 2014 via Billboard)
    25. Here To The Good Times (2012) - Florida Georgia Line - 2.142 million (as of Jan. 8, 2015 via RoughStock)
    26. Take Care (2011) - Drake - 2.109 million (as of Jan. 8, 2014 via @chartnews)
    27. Pink Friday (2010) - Nicki Minaj - 2.1 million (as of Feb. 11, 2015 via @chartnews)
    28. The Fame (2008) - Lady Gaga - 2.094 million (as of Mar. 30, 2014 via Billboard)
     
    Note: I'll update the opening posts (OP) of this thread once the new site update of GagaDaily has been fully finished and all technical errors (i.e. old spoilers not working and some terms/text like an apostrophe being oddly replaced with random symbols) caused by the site update have been entirely fixed. 
  5. Mills added a post in a topic: All-time Hot 100 #1 Artists; Gaga is tied at 11th among females   

    After coming up with the  mid-decade report  about the top acts on the leading Billboard charts since 2010, here's a more comprehensive thread covering all the artists (male solo, female solo, groups) who have reached #1 on the Billboard's flagship singles popularity chart in multiple occasions since 1955. Here, you could find the artists with the most #1 singles and the most weeks spent at #1. 
     
    Billboard charts covered:
     
    -Billboard Top 100 (1955-1958)  - Billboard's first singles popularity chart which incorporated sales, radio airplay, and jukebox plays into their chart rankings
    -Billboard Hot 100 (1958-present)  - the successor to the Billboard Top 100 chart; rankings are based on sales, radio airplay, and streaming activities
     
     
    Main contents of this thread:
     
    - Top Male Solo Acts : complete list of male solo artists with multiple #1 singles
    - Top Female Solo Acts : complete list of female solo artists with multiple #1 singles
    - Top Groups (Duo or Bands) : complete list of groups with multiple #1 singles
    - Overview : summary lists of the top acts (and albums) with the most #1 singles and the most weeks spent at #1
     

     

     

     
    Overview:
     
    By the numbers:
    - 10 acts managed to score at least 10 #1 singles since 1955
    - 23 acts managed to score more than 5 #1 singles since 1955
    - 113 acts managed to score at least 3 #1 singles since 1955
    - 43 male solo acts managed to score at least 3 #1 singles since 1955
    - 37 groups (duo/band) managed to score at least 3 #1 singles since 1955
    - 33 female solo acts managed to score at least 3 #1 singles since 1955
    - 47 female solo acts managed to score at least 2 #1 singles since 1955
     
    List of acts with the most #1 singles on the Billboard Top/Hot 100 since 1955
     
    Overall Top Artists (including all stints as solo and as part of groups) w/ the most #1 hits on the Top/Hot 100 since 1955  
     
    Overall Top Female Artists (including all stints as solo and as part of groups) w/ the most #1s on the Top/Hot 100 since 1955
     
    Overall Top Artists (including all stints as solo and as part of groups) w/ the most weeks at #1 on the Top/Hot 100 since 1955
     
    Albums with the most #1 singles on the Billboard HOT 100 chart since 1958
  6. Mills added a post in a topic: General Charts Discussion - WW sales: Rih 240M+, Swift 170M+   


    Best-selling SoundScan-reported albums of 2015 so far, as of Feb. 27th, unless stated otherwise:
    1. 1989 (2014) - Taylor Swift - 755,233
    2. If You’re Reading It’s Too Late (2015) - Drake - 623,864
    3. Title (2015) - Meghan Trainor - 405,000
    4. In The Lonely Hour (2014) - Sam Smith - 404,224
    5. X (2014) - Ed Sheeran - 371,000
    6. Fifty Shades of Grey OST (2015) - Various Artists - 325,000 
    7. American Beauty / American Psycho (2015) - Fall Out Boy - 228,099 (as of Feb. 4, 2015) 
    8. The Pinkprint (2014) - Nicki Minaj - 221,874
    9. 2014 Forest Hills Drive (2014) - J. Cole - 208,477
    10. Smoke + Mirrors (2015) - Imagine Dragons - 172,378 [DEBUT]

    Bubbling Under:
    Hozier (2014) - Hozier - 171,000
    Guardians of the Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1 (2014) - Various Artists - 169,000 (as of Feb. 11, 2015)
    Montevallo (2014) - Sam Hunt - 121,900
    V (2014) - Maroon 5 - 115,000
    NOW 53 (2015) - Various Artists - 99,324 (as of Feb. 11, 2015)
    Old Boots, New Dirt (2014) - Jason Aldean - 99,100
    Uptown Special (2015) - Mark Ronson - 98,333
    Non-Fiction (2015) - Ne-Yo - 92,764
    Four (2014) - One Direction - 92,000 (as of Feb. 11, 2015)
    Greatest Hits: Decade #1 (2014) - Carrie Underwood - 86,200
    Man Against The Machine (2014) - Garth Brooks - 76,600
    Morning Phase (2014) - Beck - 75,247 (as of Feb. 18, 2015)
    Anything Goes (2014) - Florida Georgia Line - 72,300
    Crash My Party (2013) - Luke Bryan - 64,700 (2,385,300)
    B4.Da.$$ (2015) - Joey Bada$$ - 64,252 (as of Feb. 4, 2015)
    My Everything (2014) - Ariana Grande - 63,000
    Reflection (2015) - Fifth Harmony - 61,854 (as of Feb. 11, 2015)
    The Outsiders (2014) - Eric Church - 47,200
    BEYONCE (2013) - Beyonce - 44,151
    Platinum (2014) - Miranda Lambert - 41,400
    Cheek to Cheek (2014) Lady Gaga & Tony Bennett - 30,000
    The Underdog (2015) - Aaron Watson - 26,300
     
     
  7. Mills added a post in a topic: World's Best-selling Female Artists of all time - Gaga ranked 7th   

    Here are the female recording artists who reportedly have sold the most records (i.e. physical and digital albums, vinyls, cassette tapes, physical and digital singles, videos, or any recorded commercial material aimed to sell music) worldwide of all time, as published and/or promoted by their labels through press releases:
     
    Rank / Artist / Year Debuted / Reported WW sales / Source
     
    1. Nana Mouskouri (1960) - 300 million records sold (as of Sept. 24, 2014)
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/music/11118765/Why-I-still-love-Nana-Mouskouri.html
     
    1. Madonna (1982) - 300 million records sold (as of Dec. 2, 2014)
    http://money.cnn.com/2014/12/02/luxury/richest-recording-artists/
     
    2. Mariah Carey (1990) - 250 million records sold (as of Mar. 25, 2013)
    http://www.channelcanada.com/canadian-channels/nets/ctv/etalk-gets-personal-with-mega-star-mariah-carey-in-canadian-exclusive-interview-airing-tonight-monday-march-25-at-7-p-m-et-on-ctv
     
    3. Barbra Streisand (1962) - 240 million records  sold (as of Jan. 17, 2013)
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/books/article-2264026/Is-Barbra-Dame-Edna-disguise--HELLO-GORGEOUS-BECOMING-BARBRA-STREISAND-BY-WILLIAM-J-MANN.html
     
    3. Rihanna (2005) - 240 million records sold (as of Nov. 2013)
    http://rocnation.com/artists/rihanna/
     
    4. Celine Dion (1981) - 220 million records sold (as of April 18, 2013)
    http://time100.time.com/2013/04/18/time-100/slide/christina-aguilera/
     
    5. Tina Turner (1974) - 200 million   records sold (as of Jan. 25, 2013)
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2268405/Tina-Turner-renounces-American-citizenship-Swiss.html
     
    5. Whitney Houston (1984) - 200 million records sold (as of Nov. 11, 2014) 
    http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/music/interviews/a609312/whitney-houstons-greatest-live-moments-remembered-by-mentor-clive-davis.html#~p5iUPfYtJFyAQN
     
    5. Britney Spears (1998) - 200 million records sold (as of Aug. 8, 2012)
    http://www.nme.com/artists/britney-spears
     
    6. Taylor Swift (2006) - 170 million records sold (as of Feb. 23, 2015)
    http://www.ifpi.org/news/Taylor-Swift-named-IFPI-global-recording-artists-of-2014
     
    7. Lady Gaga (2008) - 157 million records sold (as of Feb. 12, 2015)
    http://www.oscars.org/news/lady-gaga-perform-87th-oscarsr
     
    8. Janet Jackson (1982) - 140 million records sold (as of May 16, 2012)
    http://www.bet.com/music/photos/2012/05/the-evolution-of-janet-jackson.html
     
    9. P!nk (2000) - 136 million records sold (as of Mar. 4, 2014)
    http://www.rcarecords.com/news/pnk-re-signs-rca-records-multi-year-deal
     
    10. Beyonce (1997) - 135 million records sold, including 60 million records sold as part of Destiny’s Child (as of Nov. 24, 2014)
    http://www.sony.com/SCA/company-news/press-releases/sony-columbia-records/2011/beyonces-i-amworld-tour-full-length-concert-film-n.shtml?icid=pr-newswire-feed
    http://www.officialcharts.com/chart-news/beyonce-s-surprise-album-1-year-on-10-amazing-chartfacts__7295/
     
    11. Donna Summer (1974) - 130 million records sold (as of Dec. 11, 2012)
    http://www.vervemusicgroup.com/donnasummer
     
    12. Diana Ross (1962) - 100 million records sold (as of Jan. 9, 2015)
    http://www.axs.com/diana-ross-headed-to-dfw-for-big-2015-concert-at-verizon-theatre-36333
     
    12. Cher (1965) - 100 million records sold (as of Sept. 22, 2013)
    http://www.cbsnews.com/news/cher-speaks-her-mind/
     
    12. Dolly Parton (1967) - 100 million records sold (as of June 30, 2014)
    http://www.axs.com/news/dolly-parton-honored-for-100-million-albums-sold-13398
     
    12.  Linda Ronstadt (1969) - 100 million records sold (as of Nov. 14, 2014)
    http://losangeles.cbslocal.com/2014/11/14/queen-of-rock-linda-ronstadt-not-silenced-by-parkinsons-despite-losing-ability-to-sing/
     
    12. Olivia Newton-John (1971) - 100 million records (as of Dec. 15, 2014)
    http://www.axs.com/olivia-newton-john-extends-flamingo-las-vegas-residency-through-septem-33085
     
    12. Gloria Estefan (1977) - 100 million records sold (as of Apr. 25, 2013)
    http://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/latin-notas/1559595/gloria-estefan-talks-career-new-album-at-billboard-latin-music
     
     
    Bubbling Under:
    Katy Perry (2008) - 92 million records (as of Nov. 6, 2013)
    http://www.mtv.co.uk/katy-perry/news/katy-perry-to-headline-day-one-of-2013-jingle-bell-ball
    Adele (2008) - 90 million records sold (as of Dec. 29, 2014)
    http://beach-news.com/adele-legendary-singer/
    Shania Twain (1993) - 75 million records sold (as of Jan. 28, 2015)
    http://www.rollingstone.com/tv/news/shania-twain-las-vegas-concert-special-to-air-on-abc-20150128
    Jennifer Lopez (1999) - 75 million records sold (as of Nov. 13, 2013)
    http://abc.go.com/shows/american-music-awards/news/show-news/111313-jennifer-lopez-katy-perry-and-tlc-to-perform-at-the-2013-amas
    Kylie Minogue (1987) - 70 million records sold (as of June 28, 2013)
    http://www.billboard.com/articles/news/1568570/kylie-minogue-to-be-honored-with-australias-top-live-entertainment-award
    Shakira (1991) - 60 million records sold (as of Mar. 25, 2014)
    http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/shakira-sings-dances-is-most-popular-person-on-earth-etc-20140325
    Kesha (2009) - 57 million records sold (as of Apr. 12, 2014)
    http://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/celebrity-news/simon-cowell-keen-kesha-x-3407004
    Christina Aguilera (1998) - 50 million records sold (as of Apr. 9, 2011)
    http://variety.com/2011/music/news/can-the-voice-be-heard-1118035166/
  8. Mills added a post in a topic: General Charts Discussion - WW sales: Rih 240M+, Swift 170M+   

    Updated SoundScan’s best-selling albums by release year:

    Year / Album / Artist / Last SoundScan reported sales / Source
    1991 - Metallica - Metallica - 16.04 million (as of Oct. 10, 2014 via Billboard)
    1992 - The Bodyguard OST (1992) - Whitney Houston / others - 12.14 million (as of Oct. 10, 2014 via Billboard)
    1993 - Greatest Hits - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers - 7.464 million (as of Sept. 14, 2011 via Chart Watch)
    1994 - Cracked Rear View - Hootie & the Blowfish - 10.28 million (as of Nov. 29, 2012 via Billboard)
    1995 - Jagged Little Pill - Alanis Morissette - 14.95 million (as of Oct. 10, 2014 via Billboard)
    1996 - Falling Into You - Celine Dion - 10.80 million (as of Nov. 29, 2012 via Billboard)
    1997 - Come On Over - Shania Twain - 15.58 million (as of Oct. 10, 2014 via Billboard)
    1998 - N SYNC - N Sync - 8.7 million (as of Oct. 23, 2002 via Billboard)
    1999 - Millenium - Backstreet Boys - 12.25 million (as of Oct. 10, 2014 via Billboard)

    2000 - 1 - The Beatles - 12.5 million (as of Feb. 15, 2015 via Billboard)
    2001 - Weathered - Creed - 6.403 million (as of July 6, 2012 via @chartnews)
    2002 - Come Away With Me - Norah Jones - 11.02 million (as of Oct. 10, 2014 via Billboard)
    2003 - Get Rich or Die Tryin’ - 50 Cent - 8.273 million (as of June 23, 2014 via Chart Watch)
    2004 - Confessions - Usher - 10.114 million (as of Aug. 16, 2013 via @chartnews)
    2005 - All the Right Reasons - Nickelback - 7.836 million (as of June 23, 2014 via Chart Watch)
    2006 - Taylor Swift - Taylor Swift - 5.5 million (as of Jan. 23, 2015 via Billboard)
    2007 - Noel - Josh Groban - 5.71 million (as of Dec. 1, 2014 via Billboard)
    2008 - Fearless - Taylor Swift - 6.9 million (as of Jan. 23, 2015 via Billboard)
    2009 - I Dreamed A Dream - Susan Boyle - 3.929 million (as of Dec. 24, 2010 via @chartnews)

    2010 - Recovery - Eminem - 4.622 million (as of Oct. 30, 2014 via @chartnews)
    2011 - 21 - Adele - 11.1 million (as of Jan. 13, 2015 via Billboard)
    2012 - Red - Taylor Swift - 4.133 million (as of Jan. 8, 2015 via RoughStock)
    2013 - Disney’s Frozen OST - 3.927 million (as of Jan. 9, 2015 via Billboard)
    2014 - 1989 - Taylor Swift - 4.357 million (as of Feb. 18, 2015 via @chartnews)
    2015 (so far) - If You’re Reading It’s Too Late - Drake - 494,746 (as of Feb. 18, 2015 via @chartnews)
     
    By the numbers:
    - 8 bands/groups have at least one SoundScan's best-seller by release year
    - 7 female solo have at least one SoundScan's best-seller by release year
    - 2 movie soundtracks are among SoundScan's best-sellers by release year
    - 4 male solo have at least one SoundScan's best-seller by release year; if Drake maintains his lead throughout 2015, he could be only the 5th in SoundScan history
    - 1 artist has two or more SoundScan's best-sellers by release year, and that's Taylor Swift with a record 4 albums (her 2010 album Speak Now is currently that year's 2nd best-seller, behind Eminem's)
  9. Mills added a post in a topic: PHOTO: Rihanna posts R8 promo picture   

    It looks very poetic. Reminds me of those typical old European self-portraits, a mix of old glam and over-the-top imagery. With an unconventional lead single and now this, my interest for this new album keeps getting stronger. So far, it's building up to be  the  album which could propel her beyond the superstardom status, and that's incredibly intriguing.  
  10. Mills added a post in a topic: Happy birthday Rihanna!   

    Wishing only the best for the world's most consistent hitmaker since 2006! Almost 10 years of successfully delivering smash hits to dance with and sing along to! That Rihanna reign will never let up so easily, wouldn't it? Here's to more years of memorable music, must-see fashion, and Rih-markable moments! 
     
    And to celebrate her birthday, here are just some of the achievements she has done before turning the age of 27:
     
    - The artist who debuted in the 2000s with the most #1 hits in the US, the UK, Australia, France, and Germany (w/c are five of the biggest music markets in the world)
    - The first artist who debuted in the 2000s to top more than 150 million WW record sales
    - 8x GRAMMY winner, 2x VMA Video of the Year awardee
    - And still the world's top-selling digital singles artist of all time, even more than five years after being named as Billboard's top digital songs artist of the last decade
  11. Mills added a post in a topic: John Mayer tweets huge respect for Gaga/ARTPOP + Gaga replies!   

    :applause:
     
    Always great to see musicians like him, who you'd normally not see or associate with Gaga, publicly praising her. And not for her commercial success, like most celebrities did/do, but for her as an artist. That's respect, and I respect him for that.
  12. Mills added a post in a topic: General Charts Discussion - WW sales: Rih 240M+, Swift 170M+   

     
    Its music video, which was and still is horribly unwatchable, seriously bombed big time to a point it ruined its chances to sell. The 'surprise random people / fans' concept is quite good, but if only it had a more decent MV like the one for Maroon 5's Sugar (or better yet something like TIHWD's), it would've at least stayed more in her regular listeners' attention. And speaking of Sugar and BD, both have similarities musically and visually, and yet only one peaked within the top five of the HOT 100. Shows more on how a music video can make or break a rather good pop song. 
  13. Mills added a post in a topic: HuffingtonP: Gaga was the biggest pop star in the world What happened?   

     
    This statement alone invalidated the whole thing. None of these three have successfully maintained their fame at all times. To single out Gaga as the one whose fame dwindled since the beginning of this decade, w/c is practically the same time Katy finally rose to superstardom with TD after two years of already having a worldwide hit and Madonna collaborated with the likes of Nicki Minaj and LMFAO and released MDNA, is the same as saying that the other two didn't suffer any form of commercial underperformance at all. And that's bogus. Ignoring that is just as worse as ignoring the fact that Gaga is currently enjoying her 'brightest' period with the commercial and critical success of C2C this 2015 since the months leading up to the release of BTW, the single, in 2011.
  14. Mills added a post in a topic: General Charts Discussion - WW sales: Rih 240M+, Swift 170M+   

    New 2/18/15 SoundScan updates for the best-selling albums of 2015 so far:
     
    1. 1989 (2014) - Taylor Swift - 696,233
    2. If You’re Reading It’s Too Late (2015) - Drake - 494,746
    3. In The Lonely Hour (2014) - Sam Smith - 356,224
    4. X (2014) - Ed Sheeran - 325,000
    5. Title (2015) - Meghan Trainor - 291,514 (as of Feb. 4, 2015)
    6. American Beauty / American Psycho (2015) - Fall Out Boy - 228,099 (as of Feb. 4, 2015)
    7. Fifty Shades of Grey OST (2015) - Various Artists - 210,000
    8. The Pinkprint (2014) - Nicki Minaj - 205,148
    9. 2014 Forest Hills Drive (2014) - J. Cole - 191,111
    10. Guardians of the Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1 (2014) - Various Artists - 169,000 (as of Feb. 11, 2015)
     
     
    Bubbling Under:
    Hozier (2014) - Hozier - 115,000 (as of Feb. 11, 2015)
    Montevallo (2014) - Sam Hunt - 107,400
    NOW 53 (2015) - Various Artists - 99,324 (as of Feb. 11, 2015)
    Uptown Special (2015) - Mark Ronson - 93,389
    Four (2014) - One Direction - 92,000 (as of Feb. 11, 2015)
    Old Boots, New Dirt (2014) - Jason Aldean - 89,800
    Greatest Hits: Decade #1 (2014) - Carrie Underwood - 79,400
    Non-Fiction (2015) - Ne-Yo - 83,189
    Morning Phase (2014) - Beck - 75,247
    Man Against The Machine (2014) - Garth Brooks - 73,200
    Anything Goes (2014) - Florida Georgia Line - 65,100
    B4.Da.$$ (2015) - Joey Bada$$ - 64,252 (as of Feb. 4, 2015)
    Reflection (2015) - Fifth Harmony - 61,854 (as of Feb. 11, 2015)
    Crash My Party (2013) - Luke Bryan - 58,700
    The Outsiders (2014) - Eric Church - 42,300
    BEYONCE (2013) - Beyonce - 39,083
    Platinum (2014) - Miranda Lambert - 36,400
  15. Mills added a post in a topic: General Charts Discussion - WW sales: Rih 240M+, Swift 170M+   

    With the 7th consecutive week at #1 on the HOT 100 for UF, Bruno Mars joins the overall all-time top 20 list of the most cumulative weeks spent at #1 on the main Billboard singles popularity chart (Top 100/Hot 100) since 1955 (including all stints as solo and as part of groups):
     
    Rank / Artist / Weeks spent at #1 / #1 singles
    1. Paul McCartney - 88 weeks / 29 #1s
    2. Mariah Carey - 79 weeks / 18 #1s
    3. George Harrison - 65 weeks / 23 #1s
    3. John Lennon - 65 weeks / 22 #1s
    4. Ringo Starr - 61 weeks / 22 #1s
    5. Elvis Presley - 60 weeks / 14 #1s
    6. Beyonce - 53 weeks / 9 #1s
    7. Rihanna - 51 weeks / 13 #1s
    8. Boyz II Men - 50 weeks / 5 #1s
    9. Michael Jackson - 49 weeks / 18 #1s
    10. Usher - 47 weeks / 9 #1s

    11. Diana Ross - 46 weeks / 19 #1s
    12. Elton John - 34 weeks / 9 #1s
    12. Fergie - 34 weeks / 6 #1s
    13. Janet Jackson - 33 weeks / 10 #1s
    13. Katy Perry - 33 weeks / 9 #1s
    14. Madonna - 32 weeks / 12 #1s
    14. will.i.am - 32 weeks / 4 #1s
    15. Whitney Houston - 31 weeks / 11 #1s
    16. Stevie Wonder - 29 weeks / 11 #1s
    17. Lionel Richie - 28 weeks / 8 #1s
    17. T.I. - 28 weeks / 4 #1s
    17. Rest of the Black Eyed Peas - 28 weeks / 3 #1s
    18. Bee Gees - 27 weeks / 9 #1s
    18. Kelly Rowland - 27 weeks / 5 #1s
    18. Pharrell Williams - 27 weeks / 4 #1s
    19. Eminem - 25 weeks / 5 #1s
    20. P. Diddy - 24 weeks / 5 #1s
    20. Bruno Mars - 24 weeks / 6 #1s
     
    He's the first act who debuted in the 2010s to join this list, and just the 11th artist who got their first #1 hit since 2000. 

About Me

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Favorite Color: Cornell Red
Favorite Food: Waffles and Oranges
Favorite Movies: Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961), The Sound of Music (1965), Jurassic Park (1993), The Parent Trap (1998), The Princess Diaries (2001), Love Me If You Dare (Jeux d'enfants) (2003), A Cinderella Story (2004), Mean Girls (2004), The Devil Wears Prada (2006), Just My Luck (2006), She's The Man (2006), Michael Bay's Transformers (2007, 2009, 2011, 2014), Shrek Franchise (2001, 2004, 2007, 2010), The Proposal (2009), Bad Teacher (2011), LOL (2012), Fast & Furious 6 (2013), Marvel movies (The Avengers, The Amazing Spiderman)
Favorite TV Shows: Gossip Girl, 90210, One Tree Hill, Smallville, Rugrats, Keeping Up with the Kardashians, Saturday Night Live, Game of Thrones, WWE, Modern Family, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., True Blood
Favorite Gaga Songs: The Edge Of Glory; Paparazzi; Bad Romance; Gypsy

Interesting Fact About Me: A simple homework of writing a fictional short story back when I was in middle school fully inspired me to write an entire novel shortly afterwards. Have it not for that homework, I wouldn't realize that I actually love writing. I mean I can have a whole week of reading, writing, researching, and all those stuff you'd normally see inside a library, and I'd still be the happiest person on Earth. No kidding! 
 
More About Me: 
I'm a college student currently taking up a degree in Communications, majoring in Marketing, in hope of becoming a highly reputable journalist someday akin to the likes of Christiane Amanpour. History, politics, and corporate business as a whole interest me so much! 


Why I Love Gaga:
First, her catchy music hooked me in 2009. And then her raw talent convinced me to follow her and be a fan. Her campaign for social equality then made me respect her even more, even beyond her music endeavours. From there, I've realised that she isn't just a celebrity whom you'd normally see living the life of the excess. She's an artist who knows what she wants, and someone you know would actually fight for something to at least make a difference in this world of ours.

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Now, that's more than enough for me to actually stan for this lady, right? I mean, who knew back then in 2009 that she'd one day be named as the world's most powerful celebrity by FORBES, one of the world's most influential people by TIME, this generation's Queen of Pop by RollingStone, the most famous celebrity on Earth by Guinness, who'd have sold 157 million records worldwide in just 5 years, be recognized with 6 GRAMMYs and a hundred more accolades and awards all over the globe and she's only 28 years old? Back when I've heard Just Dance for the first time, I didn't know these would all happen. And yet they all did.

But what's even more impressive is just how she tirelessly stands up for her core beliefs and for her passion for something possibly the entire world shares - the love for music. And for that, I thank Gaga for being one of the biggest inspirations in my life!

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The Fame made me listen to her.  

The Fame Monster made me support her.  

Born This Way made me love her.  

ARTPOP made me remind how proud I'm of her. 

Cheek to Cheek makes me respect her even more.

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And aside from Gaga, I also stan for RIHANNA. Love her since the Umbrella days. My top favorite male artist is JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE, a complete musical genius. Also a huge fan of the pop rock band MAROON 5 since their debut album, Songs About Jane (which is one of my all-time favorite albums), the greatest rapper of all time EMINEM, the legendary MADONNA, and the one and only BRITNEY SPEARS. In addition to these, I also have a huge heart for hard rock and rock music in general. One rock band in particular whom I love dearly is BON JOVI, one of the greatest bands, if not the greatest, in history. Their single "It's My Life" is my favorite song ever. 

 

Other Favorite Artists:

Aerosmith, Nirvana, Bastille, Imagine Dragons, Motorhead, Rev Theory, Alter Bridge, Papa Roach, OneRepublic, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Calling, Hinder, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, wham!, ABBA, The Carpenters, Kenny Rogers, Bryan Adams, Starship, Bee Gees, Rita Ora, Leighton Meester, fun., P!nk, Kelly Clarkson, Fergie, Edwin McCain, Katy Perry, One Direction, Austin Mahone, Bruno Mars, Beyonce, Avril Lavigne, Lindsay Lohan, Colbie Caillat, Disclosure, Pharrell Williams, Miley Cyrus, Taylor Swift, Mariah Carey, NSYNC, Shontelle, Kanye West, Jay Z, P. Diddy, Chris Brown, Nicki Minaj, Swedish House Mafia, Calvin Harris, deadmau5, Alesso, Zedd, Clean Bandit, Cash Cash

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Cheers, everyone! Let's drink for more happiness in the world. And may all of our dreams come true, for real. Just always keep in mind to smile! It makes life much easier, and so much better. 

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Status Feed



  1. Mills

    "Night is young and the music's high. With a bit of rock music, everything is fine. You're in the mood for a dance. And when you get the chance..."

    1. Red

      YOU ARE THE DANCING QUEEEEEN
    2. Pendulum

      ABBA ♥
    3. SharGaga

      The Night is still young. :music:
  2. Mills

    "I wanna know what love is. I want you to show me. I wanna feel what love is. I know you can show me."

    1. Alpha

      Europop vibes
  3. inuborg » Mills

    Hey, can you clear your inbox some, so I can pm you

    1. Mills

      Done.
  4. Redstreak » Mills

    Hey, just wanted to drop by and say you're awesome~

    1. Mills

      You're so sweet. Thank you! And I'm so sorry for not replying to your PM last December. I was on vacation for the holidays and I've been offline for weeks. Just saw you've resigned as a CC too. I hope you'd reconsider re-joining the CC if apps are being re-opened. :hug:
  5. Mills

    2014 was among the best years I've had, full of highlights which I'd treasure for a very long time. This year, I'd say, has been good so far. Welcomed it with loved ones, rekindled relationships, but still, I don't know why there's this sadness within me. Weird. I really hope it's just an irrational feeling w/c I'd forget as soon as the next surprise of life comes.

    1. Ray of Light

      dont v insecure if your heart is pure
    2. Gohan

      Same. I'm starting to think it's just nostalgia or maybe our minds trying to escape from the "excess" of happiness.
  6. Ambrosia » Mills

    Nice to see you back ~ hope your holidays were wonderful!

    1. Mills

      Yep. They were. And I hope yours were great too. Thank you!
  7. Mills

    "You got that James Dean daydream look in your eye. And I got that red lip classic thing that you like. And when we go crashing down, we come back every time 'cause we never go out of style."

    1. Gohan

      Cause we never go out of style, we never go out of style
    2. Prometheus

      Slay
  8. Mills

    "The smell of your skin lingers on me now. You're probably on your flight back to your hometown. I need some shelter of my own protection, baby. To be with myself and center, clarity, peace, serenity."

    1. SIRE

      I HOPE YOU KNOW I HOPE YOU KNOW
    2. Saint Sebastian

      THAT THIS HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH YOU
    3. Gohan

      THAT THIS HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH YOU
    4. Blake

      Very heartfelt, Mills.
    5. Mills

      "It's personal, myself and I. We've got some straightenin' out to do."
  9. Mills

    Put your hands up, make 'em touch! Gaga has now sold 10 million+ SoundScan-reported albums in the US! In just 6 years. http://gagadaily.com/index.php/topic/130868-lady-gaga-hits-10-million-albums-sold-in-the-us/

    1. DancelnTheDark

      Music not the bling.
  10. Mills

    Re-watching the Gypsy performance at the last artRAVE, and it still makes me so emotional. I love you, Gaga. And thank you for the artRAVE and ARTPOP. Can't wait for the next tour and album. <3

  11. Ibo » Mills

    I really like the Artists' Base! Thanks for always being so dedicated to this forum :)

    1. Mills

      Thank you! :hug:
  12. Mills

    CLARIFICATION: "Posting NSFW (not safe for work) images is NOT allowed on the forum. This includes pоrnography, partial nudity, full nudity, clothing that leads to nudity (i.e. see-through clothing, excessively small amounts of clothing) etc. However, you may post them as links, as long as they're not from p0rn sites AND if you deem the NSFW photo of a celebrity is newsworthy. Not following this rule will result to the issuance of warning points."

    1. amenART

      why was this rule put in place? i don't mean to sound rude, I'm just curious.
    2. Mills

      The new policy is in accordance with the content policies of Google AdSense.
    3. amenART

      oh, thank you
    4. jojo Freud

      Same ^ why?
    5. Microscope

      Does Gaga fall into that category?
    6. Mills

      Yes, sadly. We could still discuss them though, as long as they're posted as links and not photos or videos.
    7. jojo Freud

      Isn't that "BYE" emoticon in violation of this?
    8. Mills

      @Fat Nunny. Emoticons are yet to be decided, especially if they're ours. We'd let you know once there's a decision. But you can be assured that no one will be warned for posting that emoticon, for now.
    9. Sparkly

      Is this a ****ing joke? LMFAO
    10. Mills

      @Sparkly. No. Please understand that we're just following the policies of Google Ads.
    11. Sparkly

      Then find another ads provider. How are you going to run a Gaga forum when you can't even post 80% of her pictures and videos?
    12. Mills

      As clarified, you can still post them as links. And as for choosing which should be our ads provider, that's the sole prerogative of Admin. For now, we just have to follow the current policies being implemented by Google and by the site owner.
    13. Sparkly

      Well that's bull**** and I'll make sure to have adblock active on this site :)
    14. Redstreak

      They're just images. No need to be rude about people just trying to do there job.
    15. ChicaSkas

      well said mills and red... and yes, sorry guys, we got in trouble with the powers that be.. we have to be careful!
    16. Mills

      @Fat Nunny Got a clarification from Admin and the BYE emoticon is fine.
  13. touchmetouchme » Mills

    hi. had another account but some how when I logged in its never found it. so dont ban me for 2 accounts. last one was Artypoppy

    1. Mills

      Noted. I also checked the account "artypoppy", and it is currently not banned. You should be able to log in with that account then. But if you wish to make this new account as your permanent one, you could. Just let me know, and I'd ban your old account.
    2. touchmetouchme

      yeah this is my new one. you can ban that one! thanks.
  14. Mills

    Listening to ARTPOP once again. And I still love it. It may not be her best, both musically and as a chapter of her career, but this album has brought some of her greatest music, most revealing interviews, amazing performances, and stunning visuals. It's not perfect, but at least she tried to be one, and that's what I appreciate the most about this album.

    1. Astraeus

      You just spilt so much tea. ARTPOP is so underrated.
    2. Dr Rogoe

      It is overlooked most of the time over BTW's gigantic shadow.
      After a year of love and inspiration, I can confidently feel that ARTPOP is its own solid entity. Im am no longer comparing it to BTW :)
  15. Sara » Mills

    WHY ARE YOU SUCH AN AWESOME MOD?? What did GGD do to deserve you? :runhug:

    1. Mills

      Aww… Thank you, Sara! Same to you. I think I've mentioned this before, but your lovely emoticon really fits you because whenever I'd see your posts, I'd always feel the same way as your emoticon… :runhugtoo:
    2. Adam

      She definitely is an incredible asset to the mod team. Hard working, reliable, and detailed oriented, we are lucky to have you on the GGD team, Mills. Cheers! :)
    3. Mills

      Thank you, Adam! :hugs:
  16. LilLouLou » Mills

    Hey Mills <3 Can you kindly unban my old account! I'm back now! many thanks <3

    1. LilLouLou

      It's LittleLouLou btw
    2. Mills

      Done. Unbanned the original account. Banning this new account then.
  17. Mills

    It's a shame "Arrows" by Fences + Macklemore & Ryan Lewis didn't take off. I like it more than M&R's two #1 hits.

    1. Mills

      Pinned.
  18. ChicaSkas » Mills

    i just saw some of the warnings you gave today... good job... The sass is high with that one... hahaha

    1. Mills

      Haha. Thanks!
      I know. I couldn't understand how someone could be so rude.
    2. ChicaSkas

      i was all... dude. i'm a mod. you're sassing a mod... kind of like playing with fire... you really wanna do that hahahahahah
  19. evgenigerm2 » Mills

    I see you warned me that my account is a duplicate one, but this is because I don't have access to my old one. I forgot my password and when I reveive a new one and type it, the system says it's wrong?! I connected Arturo tho

    1. Mills

      Hence, as mentioned in the message accompanied by the warning, you're just being soft warned, instead of the default 3 warning points. It showed to our system that this account matched with an inactive one, suggesting you've most possibly just forgot your password so you created another one. And that's understandable.
  20. CHANTEL » Mills

    hey can you please move my game from Conversation to Community? it's a bog game like CAL/PopIndustry so i think it would fit the Community section better http://gagadaily.com/index.php/topic/124701-new-american-horror-story-gagadaily/#entry5743428

    1. Mills

      Done.
    2. CHANTEL

      ok thank you!
    1. Leo

      Surprises?!
    2. Mills

      The reveal itself will be a surprise. Cannot wait for everyone to see it!
    3. Ambrosia

      :party:
  21. Mills

    The official announcement of the newest additions to the CC is coming soon. Be our guest!

    1. Mer Boy

      So exciting!
    2. Hellspont

      Can't believe I got accepted :emo: :derpga:
    3. JEWRJEWR

      ok
  22. Mills

    Barbra's Partners is a surprise. After giving it a few listens, I love it! Just bought my first Barbra album.

    1. Arturo

      Not when C2C, Kenny, and Barbra are battling for #1 :deadbanana: :teehee:
  23. Mills

    The deadline's fast approaching. For those who are interested to become the latest additions to the CC, please read more here - http://gagadaily.com/index.php/topic/120555-community-committee-applications-now-open-last-chance-to-apply/