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1989 är första albumet i år som säljer platina
1989 spenderar 24:e veckan på topp 5
IFPI: 2014 i siffror
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Taylor når 9,5 miljoner sålda singlar från 1989
"Blank Space" and "Style" now exceeds 9.5 million.Talk within music circles is shifting to “Bad Blood,” which is slated to be released as the fourth single from “1989,” but there are currently only three official singles from Taylor Swift’s album.The combined US sales total for “Shake it Off,” “Blank Space” and “Style,” those singles, now exceeds the 9.5 million mark.According to Nielsen Music, the songs possess respective cumulative digital sales marks of 4.307 million, 3.853 million and 1.366 million. Collectively, the official radio releases from “1989” have sold 9.526 million digital copies in the United States.Nearly 147,000 of those sales came this week. Current single “Style” moved 73,163 copies, while “Blank Space” and “Shake it Off” followed with 40,042 and 33,632, respectively.They accounted for 72% of the weekly “1989” track sales. Per Nielsen, the fifth Swift album was responsible for 204,136 individual track sales this week. Under the current Billboard 200 system, that produced a Track Equivalent Album total of 20,413 units.Combined with the album’s weekly pure sales total of 38,887, “1989” shifted a total 59,300 total consumption units this week. Up from the 51,808 moved last week, the unit total allowed “1989” to retain its #5 position on the reveamped Billboard 200.
Style når 100 miljoner på YouTube
Style blir den tredje första placeringen
*** No. 1 (1 week)*** "Style" Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift tallies her third Pop Songs No. 1 from 1989, and her fifth overall, as "Style" shoots 3-1. Prior single "Blank Space" reigned for six weeks and the set's lead single, "Shake It Off," led for two. She first topped the chart with "Love Story" (one week, 2009) and "I Knew You Were Trouble." (seven weeks, 2013).
1989 is the first album to yield three Pop Songs No. 1s since Maroon 5's Overexposed (three, 2012-13). It's the first by a female artist since Katy Perry's Teenage Dream generated a record six No. 1s in 2010-12.
Debut/Greatest Gainer No. 22 "Want To Want Me" Jason Derulo
1989 sålt fler exemplar än Red och Speak Now
After just 19 weeks of release, Taylor Swift's 1989 has now outsold both of her last two albums.
(It seems the pop music thing is working out just fine for the diva, eh? 1989 is her first all-pop album after four country sets.)
1989 sold another 44,000 copies in the week ending March 8, according to Nielsen Music, lifting the title's total sales to 4.505 million. 1989 already surpassed the sales of Swift's last album, 2012's Red (4.160 million after 124 weeks), a few weeks ago, while 1989 now jumps past her earlier album, 2010's Speak Now (4.480 million after 228 weeks) in the latest tracking week.
1989 was the top selling album of 2014 (3.661 million sold that year) and remains the top seller of 2015 so far (844,000). It famously debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart with 1.287 million sold in its first week.
Selling millions of albums is nothing new for Swift, of course. The new twist to her sales story is 1989's sales rate. In merely 19 weeks, it has surpassed the sales of what was her third-biggest seller, which has been on sale for 228 weeks.
Next up on Swift's personal hit list: her self-titled 2006 debut (5.492 million) and her biggest seller, 2008's Fearless (6.909 million).
For those keeping score, Swift's cumulative album sales (including her five her studio efforts, and other assorted live sets, EPs, etc.) now stand at 27.67 million. In terms of album sales, she is the seventh-largest selling female artist since Nielsen began tracking sales in 1991.
Style har +50 miljoner visningar
Ett år sedan Style skrevs
Ett år sedna Clean skrevs
1989 spenderar 10 veckor på Billboard 200's förstaplats
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Taylor Swift's '1989' Scores Milestone 10th Week at No. 1 on Billboard 200 Chart
Taylor Swift's 1989 album returns to No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart for a milestone 10th nonconsecutive week, making Swift just the second woman in history to earn two albums with at least 10 weeks atop the list.
Swift previously logged 11 weeks at No. 1 with her second album, Fearless, in 2008 and 2009. (She has two further No. 1s: Speak Now, with six weeks at No. 1, and Red, with seven weeks in the penthouse.)
1989 steps back to No. 1 (rising 2-1) with 101,000 equivalent album units earned (down 15 percent) in the week ending Feb. 1, according to Nielsen Music. The Billboard 200 chart ranks the most popular albums of the week based on multi-metric consumption, which includes traditional album sales, track equivalent albums (TEA) and streaming equivalent albums (SEA).
Swift follows Whitney Houston as the only woman with multiple albums with 10 weeks at No. 1. Houston managed the feat three times: with her self-titled debut (14 weeks in 1986), her second album, Whitney (11 weeks in 1987) and The Bodyguard soundtrack (20 weeks in 1992 and 1993)...
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INTERNATIONAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR
PRISM Katy Perry Capitol*Universal
Pure Heroine Lorde Universal
Midnight Memories One Direction Sony
In the Lonely Hour Sam Smith Capitol*Universal
1989 Taylor Swift Big Machine*Universal
Ett år sedan I Know Places skrevs
Tredje singeln från 1989 är...
Performed at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, hyped in a Tweet by Big Machine label boss Scott Borchetta, added by several major market pop radio stations and confirmed as a top 40 single on the Mediabase pop airplay chart, “Style” was very clearly positioned as the official follow-up to “Blank Space.”
But just in case doubt did exist, the Republic Radio promotions team opted to formally confirm that “Style” is the next single.
The third official release from Swift’s blockbuster “1989,” “Style” is due to officially go for radio adds on February 10. Like its predecessor “Blank Space,” however, it will likely have been added by a plethora of stations prior to that impact date.
As of Monday, “Style” ranks at #38 on Mediabase’s rolling pop radio chart and #47 on the rolling hot adult contemporary chart. It seems destined to continue soaring and become another smash hit for the singer-songwriter.
Jack and I went back.....
1989 Årets album enligt Billboard
1989 nu 3x platina i USA, Blank Space fortsatt listetta
Ny bild från 1989 photoshoot
Shake It Off är åter #1 på Billboard Hot 100
Plus, four more songs debut from her new No. 1 Billboard 200 album ‘1989,’ including ‘Blank Space,’ which enters atop Digital Songs.
Taylor Swift-mania extends to the Billboard Hot 100, where “Shake It Off” rebounds 2-1 for a third total week on top. The song debuted at No. 1 on Sept. 6 and led again in its second week before spending the next eight weeks at No. 2, until this week.
“Shake,” released on Big Machine Records, dethrones the song that kept it at the runner-up slot in between its No. 1 ranks: Meghan Trainor’s “All About That Bass,” which dips to No. 2 after eight weeks at the summit.
With Swift already making headline news thanks to the debut of parent album 1989 atop the Billboard 200 with 1.287 million copies sold, according to Nielsen SoundScan, and with Wednesday the day that the sales/airplay/streaming-based Hot 100 is compiled, let’s take our weekly look at the numbers behind the top 10 and more.