TEA

ANYONE FOR TEA? After shaking up the big board for two weeks behind boss man Jay Z’s latest offensive, Roc Nation has slipped out of the Top 10, while Imagine Dragons and Robin Thicke have once again pushed IGA to the top spot. The Vegas rockers’ Night Visions tallied 27.1k, slightly ahead of last week, “Radioactive” moved the equivalent of 15.9k albums and “Blurred Lines” (which is quantitatively the clear-cut song of the summer) stayed north of 300k. Looks like the Iovine-Janick machine will hold serve next week, adding Thicke’s album-debut total, which is trending toward six figures. (8/1a)

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