Justin Timberlake still rules the US album charts, sold 217,000 copies of "FutureSex/LoveSounds" for the week ended Sunday Sept 24th.
There are several major new releases this week, but Justin Timberlake holds on his success. The pop singer, who has just made a comeback to music scene, still rules the US pop album charts, with his second solo effort "FutureSex/LoveSounds," sold 217,000 units for the week ended Sunday September 24th.
After two weeks atop the Billboard 200, the Jive Records release has now sold 903,000 copies in total. On the second position of the chart is Clay Aiken, whose covers set "A Thousand Different Ways" sold 205,000 units. Stacy Ferguson's solo debut, "The Dutchess" opens at No. 3 with 142,000 copies, just one place ahead of Kenny Chesney's "Live Those Songs Again" bows at No. 4 with 137,000.
Meanwhile, John Mayer's "Continuum" slips three to No. 5, sold another 133,000 units in its second week. The charts' next best bows are Beyonce Knowles' "B'Day" at No. 6, Diana Krall's "From This Moment On" enters at No. 7, Chingy's "Hoodstar" debuts at No. 8 on The Billboard 200, Oklahoma hard rock act Hinder's "Extreme Behavior" at No. 9, and Bob Dylan's "Modern Times" at No. 10.