Beyonce Knowles' latest album, "Beyonce", is spending its second week on the top slot of Billboard 200. According to Nielsen SoundScan, the singer's fifth record has sold additional 374,000 copies.
Arriving on Friday, December 13, the 14-song and 17-music video set sold 617,000 copies in its first three days. It subsequently opened at No. 1 on the chart and gave the former Destiny's Child member her best sales week.
After selling a total of 991,000 copies in only 10 days, "Beyonce" is currently at No. 12 on the list of biggest-selling album of 2013. With one more tracking week left, the follow-up to 2011's "4" will likely join the list's top 10.
Also retaining its position is Garth Brooks' "Blame It All on My Roots". The country superstar's newest box set stays at No. 2 with 199,000. One Direction's "Midnight Memories", meanwhile, ascends to No. 3 with 166,000.
The Robertson's "Duck the Halls: A Robertson Family Christmas" rises to No. 4 with 132,000 while Kelly Clarkson's "Wrapped in Red" falls to No. 5 with 124,000.
Going up from last week's No. 8, Eminem's "MMLP2" rounds out the top 5 with 115,000. Also jumping two rungs, Katy Perry's "Prism" and the soudtrack of Disney animated movie "Frozen (2013)" sit at No. 7 and No.8 with 99,000 and 81,000, respectively.
Michael Buble and Luke Bryan both return to the top 10 this week. Buble's "Christmas" lands at No. 9 with 68,000 while Bryan claims the chart's tenth spot after his "Crash My Party" sells 68,000.