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Everything about charts and record sales of your favorite artists,

not only in the United States but also elsewhere, could be discussed here!

 

Top 20 Best-selling SoundScan-reported albums of the decade so far

Biggest album sales in the United States from 2010-present, according to Nielsen Music

Rank / Title (Year of Release) / Artist / Last Nielsen Music-reported album sales / Source

1. 21 (2011) - Adele - 11.1 million (as of Jan. 13, 2015 via Billboard)

2. 1989 (2014) - Taylor Swift - 4.676 million (as of Apr. 15, 2015 via @chartnews)

3. Recovery (2010) - Eminem - 4.622 million (as of Oct. 30, 2014 via @chartnews)

4. Speak Now (2010) - Taylor Swift - 4.480 million (as of Mar. 13, 2015 via Billboard)

5. Red (2012) - Taylor Swift - 4.160 million (as of Mar. 13, 2015 via Billboard)

6. Disney's Frozen OST (2013) - Various Artists - 4.002 million (as of Apr. 3, 2015 via Billboard)

7. Need You Now (2010) - Lady Antebellum - 3.959 million (as of Jan. 6, 2013 via @chartnews)

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 - 3.054 million (as of Apr. 8, 2014 via @chartnews)*

12. Teenage Dream (2010) - Katy Perry - 2.97 million (as of Mar. 6, 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 - 2.5 million (as of Feb. 25, 2015 via Billboard)

16. Crash My Party (2013) - Luke Bryan - 2.432 million (as of May 1, 2015 via Billboard)

17. Tailgates & Tanlines (2011) - Luke Bryan - 2.429 million (as of May 1, 2015 via Billboard)

18. Born This Way (2011) - Lady Gaga - 2.326 million (as of Mar. 30, 2014 via Billboard)

19. Unorthodox Jukebox (2012) - Bruno Mars - 2.314 million (as of Sept. 26, 2014 via @chartnews)

20. Doo-Wops & Hooligans (2010) - Bruno Mars - 2.310 million (as of Aug. 15, 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 Jan. 9, 2015 via Billboard)

23. Beyonce (2013) - Beyonce - 2.227 million (as of Mar. 4, 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. The Fame (2008) - Lady Gaga - 2.122 million (as of Apr. 5, 2015 via Billboard)*

27. Pink Friday (2010) - Nicki Minaj - 2.1 million (as of Feb. 11, 2015 via @chartnews)

*For albums released before 2010, their last reported RTD sales are deducted by their pre-2010s sales

 

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List of Artists with the most #1 singles

on the Billboard Top 100 (1955-1958) / Hot 100 (1958-present) Singles Chart since 1955

Rank / Artist / # of #1 singles / cumulative weeks spent at #1

1. The Beatles - 20 #1s / 59 weeks

2. Mariah Carey - 18 #1s / 79 weeks

3. Elvis Presley - 14 #1s / 60 weeks

3. Michael Jackson - 14 #1s / 39 weeks

4. Rihanna - 13 #1s / 51 weeks

5. Madonna - 12 #1s / 32 weeks

5. The Supremes - 12 #1s / 22 weeks

6. Whitney Houston - 11 #1s / 31 weeks

6. Stevie Wonder - 11 #1s / 29 weeks

7. Janet Jackson - 10 #1s / 33 weeks

8. Usher - 9 #1s / 47 weeks

8. Elton John - 9 #1s / 34 weeks

8. Katy Perry - 9 #1s / 33 weeks

8. Paul McCartney - 9 #1s / 29 weeks

8. Bee Gees - 9 #1s / 27 weeks

9. George Michael - 8 #1s / 18 weeks

9. The Rolling Stones - 8 #1s / 17 weeks

10. Diana Ross - 7 #1s / 24 weeks

10. Daryl Hall & John Oates - 7 #1s / 18 weeks

10. Phil Collins - 7 #1s / 15 weeks

11. Lionel Richie - 6 #1s / 25 weeks

11. Bruno Mars - 6 #1s / 31 weeks

11. Paula Abdul - 6 #1s / 15 weeks

12. Boyz II Men - 5 #1s / 50 weeks

12. Beyonce - 5 #1s / 36 weeks

12. Eminem - 5 #1s / 25 weeks

12. P. Diddy - 5 #1s / 24 weeks

12. Christina Aguilera - 5 #1s / 20 weeks

12. Olivia Newton-John - 5 #1s / 18 weeks

12. The 4 Seasons - 5 #1s / 18 weeks

12. Ludacris - 5 #1s / 18 weeks

12. Barbra Streisand - 5 #1s / 13 weeks

12. Cher - 5 #1s / 12 weeks

12. Prince - 5 #1s / 12 weeks

12. Pat Boone - 5 #1s / 10 weeks

12. KC and the Sunshine Band - 5 #1s / 6 weeks

12. Britney Spears - 5 #1s / 6 weeks

12. Eagles - 5 #1s / 5 weeks

13. T.I. - 4 #1s / 28 weeks

13. Pharrell Williams - 4 #1s / 27 weeks

13. Nelly - 4 #1s / 23 weeks

13. 50 Cent - 4 #1s / 23 weeks

13. Jay Z - 4 #1s / 22 weeks

13. Alicia Keys - 4 #1s / 22 weeks

13. Rod Stewart - 4 #1s / 20 weeks

13. Celine Dion - 4 #1s / 18 weeks

13. TLC - 4 #1s / 18 weeks

13. Bryan Adams - 4 #1s / 17 weeks

13. Destiny's Child - 4 #1s / 17 weeks

13. Jennifer Lopez - 4 #1s / 17 weeks

13. Kanye West - 4 #1s / 17 weeks

13. Justin Timberlake - 4 #1s / 14 weeks

13. Donna Summer - 4 #1s / 13 weeks

13. Ray Charles - 4 #1s / 12 weeks

13. Bobby Vinton - 4 #1s / 12 weeks

13. The Platters - 4 #1s / 10 weeks

13. Jackson 5 - 4 #1s / 10 weeks

13. Blondie - 4 #1s / 10 weeks

13. Huey Lewis and the News - 4 #1s / 10 weeks

13. P!nk - 4 #1s / 10 weeks

13. Billy Joel - 4 #1s / 9 weeks

13. Bon Jovi - 4 #1s / 8 weeks

13. The Beach Boys - 4 #1s / 6 weeks

13. The Temptations - 4 #1s / 6 weeks

13. Roxette - 4 #1s / 6 weeks

13. John Denver - 4 #1s / 5 weeks

14. The Black Eyed Peas - 3 #1s / 28 weeks

14. Monica - 3 #1s / 22 weeks

14. Flo Rida - 3 #1s / 18 weeks

14. Maroon 5 - 3 #1s / 16 weeks

14. T-Pain - 3 #1s / 14 weeks

14. Adele - 3 #1s / 14 weeks

14. Taylor Swift - 3 #1s / 14 weeks

14. Andy Gibb - 3 #1s / 13 weeks

14. Sean Paul - 3 #1s / 13 weeks

14. Kesha - 3 #1s / 13 weeks

14. The Monkees - 3 #1s / 12 weeks

14. Kenny Rogers - 3 #1s / 12 weeks

14. Roberta Flack - 3 #1s / 11 weeks

14. Simon & Garfunkel - 3 #1s / 11 weeks

14. OutKast - 3 #1s / 11 weeks

14. Snoop Dogg - 3 #1s / 11 weeks

14. The Everly Brothers - 3 #1s / 10 weeks

14. The Rascals - 3 #1s / 10 weeks

14. Tony Orlando & Dawn - 3 #1s / 10 weeks

14. Marvin Gaye - 3 #1s / 10 weeks

14. Ja Rule - 3 #1s / 10 weeks

14. Lady Gaga - 3 #1s / 10 weeks

14. Dionne Warwick - 3 #1s / 10 weeks

14. Sly & The Family Stone - 3 #1s / 9 weeks

14. Three Dog Night - 3 #1s / 9 weeks

14. Nelly Furtado - 3 #1s / 9 weeks

14. Wham! - 3 #1s / 8 weeks

14. Cyndi Lauper - 3 #1s / 8 weeks

14. The Carpenters - 3 #1s / 7 weeks

14. Dr. Dre - 3 #1s / 7 weeks

14. Kelly Clarkson - 3 #1s / 7 weeks

14. Neil Sedaka - 3 #1s / 6 weeks

14. George Harrison - 3 #1s / 6 weeks

14. Chicago - 3 #1s / 6 weeks

14. Fergie - 3 #1s / 6 weeks

14. Connie Francis - 3 #1s / 5 weeks

14. Gloria Estefan - 3 #1s / 5 weeks

14. Starship - 3 #1s / 5 weeks

14. Milli Vanilli - 3 #1s / 5 weeks

14. New Kids On The Block - 3 #1s / 5 weeks

14. Billy Ocean - 3 #1s / 5 weeks

14. Richard Marx - 3 #1s / 5 weeks

14. Neil Diamond - 3 #1s / 4 weeks

14. Steve Miller Band - 3 #1s / 4 weeks

14. Wilson Phillips - 3 #1s / 4 weeks

14. Barry Manilow - 3 #1s / 3 weeks

14. Helen Reddy - 3 #1s / 3 weeks

 

Legend:

Black = artists who scored their first #1 hit during the 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, or 1990s

Red = artists who scored their first #1 hit during the 2000s (2000-2009)

Green = artists who scored their first #1 hit during the 2010s (2010-present)

 

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List of Artists with the most #1 albums

on the Billboard 200 since 2010

Rank / Artist / # of #1 albums / cumulative weeks at #1

1. Justin Bieber - 5 #1 albums / 8 weeks

2. One Direction - 4 #1 albums / 4 weeks

2. Drake - 4 #1 albums / 4 weeks

3. Taylor Swift - 3 #1 albums / 24 weeks

3. Eminem - 3 #1 albums / 10 weeks

3. Lady Antebellum - 3 #1 albums / 6 weeks

3. Lady Gaga - 3 #1 albums / 4 weeks

3. Kanye West - 3 #1 albums / 4 weeks

3. Glee Cast - 3 #1 albums / 3 weeks

3. J.Cole - 3 #1 albums / 3 weeks 

Bubbling Under, all with 2 #1 albums:

Arcade Fire

Ariana Grande

Avenged Sevenfold

Beyonce

Blake Shelton

Bruce Springsteen

Chris Brown

Coldplay

Eric Church

Fall Out Boy

Jack Johnson

Jack White

Jason Aldean

Jay Z

Justin Timberlake

Katy Perry

Kenny Chesney

Lil Wayne

Linkin Park

Luke Bryan

Michael Buble

Nicki Minaj

Rick Ross

Susan Boyle

Tony Bennett

Trey Songz

Usher

Vampire Weekend

Zac Brown Band

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List of Artists with the most #1 singles

on the Billboard HOT 100 Airplay / Radio Songs since 1984

# of No. 1 singles / Name of artist

12- Mariah Carey

12- Rihanna

09- Madonna

08- Janet Jackson

07- Whitney Houston

07- Phil Collins

07- George Michael

07- Usher

07- Katy Perry

06- Ludacris

06- Kanye West

06- Bruno Mars

05- Michael Jackson

05- Paula Abdul

05- Beyonce

05- Boyz II Men

05- 50 Cent

05- T.I.

04- Justin Timberlake

04- Alicia Keys

04- Jennifer Lopez

04- Destiny's Child

04- Sean Paul

04- Pharrell Williams

04- Maroon 5

04- Taylor Swift

03- Celine Dion

03- Eminem

03- Roxette

03- Huey Lewis and the News

03- Adele

03- Chris Brown

03- Nelly

03- P!nk

03- Lil Wayne

03- Christina Aguilera

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List of Artists with the most #1 singles

on the Billboard Mainstream Top 40 / Pop Songs Chart since 1992

Rank / Artist / total #1 pop songs / total weeks at #1

1. Katy Perry - 11 #1 songs / 47 weeks

1. Rihanna - 11 #1 songs / 32 weeks

2. P!nk - 9 #1 songs / 32 weeks

2. Justin Timberlake / N Sync - 9 #1 songs / 38 weeks

2. Adam Levine / Maroon 5 - 9 #1 songs / 35 weeks

3. Beyonce / Destiny's Child - 8 #1 songs / 34 weeks

4. Bruno Mars - 7 #1 songs / 24 weeks

4. Lady Gaga - 7 #1 songs / 19 weeks

5. Mariah Carey - 6 #1 songs / 45 weeks

5. Britney Spears - 6 #1 songs / 16 weeks

6. Christina Aguilera - 5 #1 songs / 25 weeks

6. Nelly - 5 #1 songs / 23 weeks

6. Taylor Swift - 5 #1 songs / 18 weeks

6. Avril Lavigne - 5 #1 songs / 15 weeks

7. Fergie / The Black Eyed Peas - 4 #1 songs / 29 weeks

7. Boyz II Men - 4 #1 songs / 23 weeks

7. Kelly Clarkson - 4 #1 songs / 21 weeks

7. Eminem - 4 #1 songs / 15 weeks

7. Kesha - 4 #1 songs / 14 weeks

7. Flo Rida - 4 #1 songs / 11 weeks

7. Jennifer Lopez - 4 #1 songs / 10 weeks 

Bubbling Under, all with 3 #1 songs:

8. Ace of Base

8. Celine Dion

8. Kanye West

8. Timbaland

8. Alanis Morissette

8. No Doubt

8. 3 Doors Down

8. The Black Eyed Peas

8. Chris Brown

8. Ludacris

8. Savage Garden

8. Iggy Azalea

 

Nielsen Music's best-selling albums by year of release:

1990s (1991-1999)

Year / Title / Artist / RTD sales (as of week ending)

1991 - Metallica - Metallica - 16.04 million (10/5/14)

1992 - The Bodyguard OST (1992) - Whitney Houston / Others - 12.14 million (10/5/14)

1993 - Greatest Hits - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers - 8.13 million (7/28/13)

1994 - Cracked Rear View - Hootie & the Blowfish - 10.29 million (7/28/13)

1995 - Jagged Little Pill - Alanis Morissette - 14.95 million (10/5/14)

1996 - Falling Into You - Celine Dion - 10.82 million (7/28/13)

1997 - Come On Over - Shania Twain - 15.59 million (4/5/15)

1998 - N SYNC - N Sync - 8.84 million (7/28/13)

1999 - Millenium - Backstreet Boys - 12.25 million (10/5/14)

2000s (2000-2009)

Year / Title / Artist / RTD sales (as of week ending)

2000 - 1 - The Beatles - 12.50 million (2/8/15)

2001 - Weathered - Creed - 6.45 million (7/28/13)

2002 - Come Away With Me - Norah Jones - 11.02 million (10/5/14)

2003 - Get Rich or Die Tryin - 50 Cent - 8.273 million (6/23/14)

2004 - Confessions - Usher - 10.114 million (8/11/13)

2005 - All the Right Reasons - Nickelback - 7.836 million (6/22/14)

2006 - Taylor Swift - Taylor Swift - 5.492 million (3/8/15)

2007 - Noel - Josh Groban - 5.71 million (11/23/14)

2008 - Fearless - Taylor Swift - 6.909 million (3/8/15)

2009 - I Dreamed A Dream - Susan Boyle - 3.929 million (12/19/10)

2010s (2010-present)

Year / Title / Artist / RTD sales (as of week ending)

2010 - Recovery - Eminem - 4.622 million (10/26/14)

2011 - 21 - Adele - 11.1 million (1/11/15)

2012 - Red - Taylor Swift - 4.160 million (3/8/15)

2013 - Disney's Frozen OST - 4.009 million (4/5/15)

2014 - 1989 - Taylor Swift - 4.676 million (4/12/15)

2015 - If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late - Drake - 835,155 (4/19/15)

 

 

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bionic

I hope Mariah tops it before her career ends.

 

Donna Summer deserves more than 4. :awkney: RIP :(

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Koreku

I wonder how many more #1s Gaga would've had if she hadn't 'disappeared' in 2012 & ARTPOP were executed better

You don't deserve a point of view if the only thing you see is you.
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I wonder how many more #1s Gaga would've had if she hadn't 'disappeared' in 2012 & ARTPOP were executed better

 

Maybe 4-6? 

MEGHAN TRAINOR | Katy Perry | Taylor Swift | Lady Gaga | Rihanna | Ariana Grande | Beyoncé | Nicki Minaj | Sam Smith
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Rihanna :legend: Look at her up there with those icons. Ha legenty will always exist tbh.

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Meghan Trainor will be bigger than Madonna

 

She better :coffee:

MEGHAN TRAINOR | Katy Perry | Taylor Swift | Lady Gaga | Rihanna | Ariana Grande | Beyoncé | Nicki Minaj | Sam Smith
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Koreku

Why are these chart threads being re-posted? :)

 

oh yeah, I was wondering this too.

You don't deserve a point of view if the only thing you see is you.
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Love Me Harder sent to pop radio TOMORROW! lets all request!

 

 

 

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off topic :coffee:

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Meghan Trainor will be bigger than Madonna

 

She already is :derpga:

Destiny is for losers. It’s just a stupid excuse to wait for things to happen instead of making them happen
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