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Lucian and Doug’s UMG had five of the Top 10 and 10 of the Top 20.
EMINEM’S THE ONE ON YEAR-END LIST
Rapper and Lady Antebellum Only Artists to Top 3 Million in Sales for 2010

Eminem, who leads the Grammy field with a total of 10 nominations, is also on top of year-end sales as his Shady/Aftermath/Interscope album, Recovery, tops the list with 3.4 million.

That was enough to turn back Capitol Nashville/EMI’s Lady Antebellum, whose Need You Now garnered nods in the Album, Song and Record of the Year categories, notched 3.1 million, good for second place.

Big Machine country-pop reigning crossover princess Taylor Swift landed at #3 with Speak Now, #1 heading into the new year, scoring a total of 2.9 million during 2010, and on its way to more. She also had the #17 album in Fearless, with 888k in sales.

Island/IDJ teenpop phenom Justin Bieber also had two in the Top 20, including My World 2.0 (2.3m) at #4 and My World (979k) at #15.

Columbia’s Susan Boyle was another dual entry, with The Gift (1.9m) at #5 and I Dreamed a Dream (859k) at #19.

Interscope dance diva Lady Gaga landed at #6 with Fame (1.6m), one of three entries from Jimmy Iovine’s label in the Top 20, along with Black Eyed PeasE.N.D. (Energy Never Dies) (1.13m) at #11.

Epic chanteuse-led band Sade landed at #7 with their comeback, Soldier of Love (1.3m), followed by Young Money/Cash Money/Universal Motown hip-hop star Drake’s Thank Me Later (1.27m) at #8, LaFace/JLG R&B mainstay Usher’s Raymond v Raymond (1.18m) at #9 and Kemosabe/RCA/RMG newcomer Ke$ha (1.14m) rounding out the Top 10.

Atlantic Country Best New Artist Grammy winners Zac Brown Band’s Foundation (1.01m) landed at #12, just ahead of Columbia 10-year-old phenom Jackie Evancho’s O Holy Night  (1m) at #13, Capitol/EMI’s Katy Perry (996k) at #14, Columbia’s Glee Cast Christmas album (916k) at #16, Roc-A-Fella/IDJ’s Kanye West (882k) at #18 and Young Money/Cash Money/Universal Motown female rap newcomer Nicki Minaj (852k) at #20.

In all, Lucian and Doug’s UMG had five of the Top 10 and 10 of the Top 20; Rob Stringer’s Sony had four of the Top 10 and seven of the Top 20 (including Barry WeissRCA/Jive entries Usher and Ke$ha); Roger Faxon’s EMI had one in the Top 10 and two in the Top 20; while Lyor Cohen’s Warner Music Group placed just Zac Brown Band in the Top 20.

BIEBER ALBUM DROPPING ON VALENTINE'S DAY
There's a tour too. (1/28a)
KEN TELLS ALL
Mr. Ehrlich talks about Kobe, the Academy and Fame. (1/28a)
AND THE GRAMMY GOES TO...
The list. (1/28a)
TREVOR DANIEL SIGNS TO PULSE
Pubco's first big inking post-deal. (1/28a)
HOW THE GRAMMYS BROUGHT THE HEALING
We use words like 'gravitas." (1/28a)
SUPER BOWL!
It's apparently some kind of sporting event.
HOW DOES GRAMMY MOVE ON?
From scandal to ... status quo?
VALENTINE'S DAY
The price of love must be carefully calculated. (Cough, Bieber tickets, cough.)
JOHN BOLTON TO TESTIFY!
Just kidding. Mitch and Lindsey won't let that happen.
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