July 31, 2008 03:13:39 GMT
After competing very hard this past weekend, finally the teen pop sensation managed to beat the country duo and take the top spot on the U.S. Albums chart.
Miley Cyrus has finally won the race against Sugarland to top the Billboard Hot 200 this week. The teen idol's new record "Breakout" take the #1 position on the albums chart after selling about 371,000 on its first week.
Meanwhile, Sugarland who was closing in on Miley have to settle for the runner-up position after their "Love on the Inside [Deluxe Fan Edition]" only managed to sell about 314,000. Following the top two position is the soundtrack of the movie "Mamma Mia!" that managed to keep its last week's spot at #3 with 168,000 copies sold.
At #4 comes Kid Rock with his latest record "Rock N Roll Jesus" that rises 6-4 after selling 93,000 units. Lil Wayne's "Tha Carter III" starts to lose its ground on the chart after slipping again 2-5 this week after its sale only reached the 85,000 mark. The same condition also happens for Coldplay's "Viva la Vida" who also drops from 4 to 6 with 75,000 units sold.
The #7 spot this week is grabbed by Disney's "Camp Rock" soundtrack after selling 67,000 copies, while last week chart topper Nas' untitled LP drops significantly to #8 after it only managed to sell 63,000 units this past weekend. Multi label compilation set "Now 28" take the #9 position this week with 37,000 copies sold and closing the top ten chart is Taylor Swift's exclusive Wal-mart EP/DVD package "Beautiful Eyes" that dropped 9-10 after its sale only reached the 35,000 mark.
Billboard Hot 200 Top Ten Chart: