Miley Cyrus ends her brief reign at number one in Billboard Hot 200 after her album has been beaten out by Sugarland's.
World's teen idol Miley Cyrus has to end her brief reign at number one in Billboard Hot 200 this week. Miley is beaten out by American country music duo Sugarland as their album "Love on the Inside" pushes its selling number with a total of 171,383 copies this week. Meanwhile, Miley's latest album "Breakout" can only move its selling point from 371,000 copies last week to 163,000 copies this week.
Furthermore, soundtrack of "Mamma Mia!" by pop music group ABBA still remains at number three in the chart with 18 percent decrease selling point from 168,000 to 138,000 copies. Kid Rock's sixth album "Rock N Roll Jesus" stays put at number four with 96,000 copies, thanks to his crossover success of single "All Summer Long".
At number five is rapper Lil Wayne with his "Tha Carter III" album that moves 79,000 copies in the market this week. At number six is Christian rock act Third Day who score their best sale at 75,000 copies with their latest album "Revelation".
Coldplay's "Viva La Vida" sits at number seven after dropping from 75,000 to 70,000 mark. Razor & Tie kid-Centric's album titled "Kidz Bop 14" starts its debut in the chart at number eight with 58,000 copies, pushing down popular teen group Jonas Brothers' soundtrack album for Disney's "Camp Rock" to number nine. Lingering at number ten is Nas' untitled album with 41,000 copies moved.
Billboard Hot 200 Top Ten Chart:
- Sugarland: "Love on the Inside"
- Miley Cyrus: "Breakout"
- ABBA: "Mamma Mia!" Soundtrack
- Kid Rock: "Rock N Roll Jesus"
- Lil Wayne: "Tha Carter III"
- Third Day: "Revelation"
- Coldplay: "Viva la Vida"
- Razor & Tie Kid-Centric: "Kidz Bop 14"
- Jonas Brothers: "Camp Rock" Soundtrack
- Nas: Untitled Album