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Give Jimmy Iovine’s IGA credit for three of the Top 10, the same total scored by Stringer and Barnett’s Columbia Records.

BEYONCE'S 4 SCORES AGAIN!!

Divas Rule, as Lloyd Debuts in Top 10 and Adele Hangs at #2, Selena Gomez #3
Divas rule on the charts this week, with Columbia Records artist Beyonce’s 4 leading the way, scoring a second consecutive turn at #1 with 111k, for a two-week sales total of 422k.

Labelmate Adele’s XL/Columbia album 21 keeps chugging along at #2, adding another 80k for a year-to-date 2.6 million and counting.

Hollywood Records act Selena Gomez and the Scene’s When the Sun Goes Down is up next, at #3, adding another 43k.

Broken Bow’s Jason Aldean with the long-running My Kinda Party (#4) and Shady/Interscope’s Bad Meets Evil, the collaboration between Eminem and Royce Da 5’9” (#5), round out the Top 5.

Interscope R&B vet Lloyd’s King of Hearts is the Top 10’s sole debut at #9, with Columbia’s Jackie Evancho (#6), Blues Babe/WB’s Jill Scott (#7), Interscope’s Lady Gaga (#8) and G.O.O.D./Def Jam/IDJ”s Big Sean (#10) complete the leader board. Give Jimmy Iovine’s IGA credit for three of the Top 10, the same total scored by Stringer and Barnett’s Columbia Records.

Other Top 50 newcomers include a pair of American Idol 19/Interscope titles in Haley Reinhart (#35) and James Durbin (#38), eOne Music’s Pop Evil (#40) and S-Curve’s We the Kings (#43)

Roswell/RCA/RMG’s Foo Fighters (#45), Island/IDJ’s Justin Bieber My World 2.0 (#46), Big Machine’s Rascal Flatts (#49) and Watertower Music’s Sucker Punch soundtrack (#50) all re-enter the Top 50.

Biggest double-digit gainers for the week are Universal Republic’s Florence and the Machine (#49-20, +38%) and Startime/Columbia’s Foster the People (#45-29, +13%).

Hitting stores this week are a slew of new releases, topped by WB’s Blake Shelton, Epic’s Incubus, Universal Republic’s Colbie Caillat, Roadrunner’s Theory of a Deadman, Sony Nashville’s Chris Young, Fueled by Ramen's Sublime With Rome, Universal Nashville’s Ashton Shepard, FearlessBreathe Carolina and Epitaph’s Alkaline Trio.

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