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TOP 10 TRACKS: Nothin’ to write home about in the latest completed sales week—unless you’re Jason Derulo, the lone incumbent to experience an uptick, albeit a modest 4%, or the debuting Ed Sheeran, or the (spring) breaking Luke Bryan, with a 24% increase following the previous week’s +40%. Come to think of it, Columbia’s got nothing to complain about either, relatively speaking, with the #1, 2 and 8 entries.

1. Pharrell Williams, “Happy” – 257k
2. John Legend, “All of Me” – 197k
3. Jason Derulo f/2 Chainz, “Talk Dirty” – 162k
4. Idina Menzel, “Let It Go” – 152k
5. Ed Sheeran, “Sing” – 123k
6. Katy Perry f/Juicy J, “Dark Horse” – 111k
7. Luke Bryan, “Play It Again” – 108k
8. DJ Snake & Lil Jon, “Turn Down for What” – 95k
9. Aloe Blacc, “The Man” – 89k
10. Florida Georgia Line, “This Is How We Roll” – 86k

In the “look out below” department, Iggy Azalea’s “Fancy” is making a move, going #41-19 and moving 52k units, a 48% gain. So’s Miranda Lambert’s “Automatic,” with 48-22/51k/+63%. (4/17a)

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