March 01, 2007 02:46:26 GMT
Norah Jones' "Not Too Late" is #1 on the Billboard Charts for a third, non-consecutive week, moving 100,000.
Norah Jones isn't easy to be beaten. The jazz pianist has her album "Not Too Late" debuts at No. 1 spot on the Billboard album charts for a third, non-consecutive week, moving 100,000 in the week ended Sunday Feb 25th. With that attainment, the set thus becoming the first album to score three weeks at No. 1 since the "Now 22" compilation last summer.
Next on the chart is DAUGHTRY's self titled debut album which climbs all the way from No. 9 to No. 2, with sales of 84,000 copies. Following in at No. 3 is Fall Out Boy's "Infinity on High", jumps two places from No. 5, taking in another 79,000 copies. The 11th installment of the popular "Kidz Bop," featuring covers of Kelly Clarkson's "Walk Away" and Beyonce Knowles' "Irreplaceable" by children, in the meantime, bows at #4 with 75,000.
Akon's "Konvicted" re-entered the top tier, rising six places to No. 5, with 73,000 copies, ahead of Robin Thicke's "The Evolution of Robin Thicke" at the 6th spot with 68,000. Justin Timberlake's "FutureSex/LoveSounds" remains at the 7th spot with 62,000, while Corinne Bailey Rae's self-titled debut falls from No. 4 to No. 8 with 56,000. R&B singer Gerald Levert's "In My Songs" slips seven to No. 9 sold another 55,000. Finishing the Top 10 is former dc Talk member tobyMac's "Portable Sounds," selling nearly 51,000 copies, earning the singer his highest charting solo album ever.