A 15.7 per cent increase is gained by the album sales this week, thanks to the highly commercial "Now That's What I Call Music! 24" that moves 213,000 units. Despite the compilation's 7 per cent drop from last week, it enters the chart at #1, a flip-flop position to last week's reigner "" by . The country singer's album has to give up the top position after a 46 per cent drop at 177,000.
A new album from country diva titled "" bows at #3 by selling 144,000 copies at the first week. Just one position behind is teen star-turning mature with her third studio album "" that sells 140,000. The biggest surprise of all in the chart comes next. Just when everybody thinks the hottest producer in town will shoot straight to No. 1, they have to question why only debuts at No. 5. His " Timbaland Presents Shock Value" moves 138,000 copies despite the first single "Give It To Me" featuring and that constantly climbs up the Hot 100 chart.