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TOP 10 TRACKS: All good things must come to an end, and Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” ended its run of three straight weeks of 400k-plus sales—although most artists and labels would give their left cojones for a 384k weekly tally. Jay-Z crashed the party, accompanied by his homie JT, but “Holy Grail” couldn’t catch Miley’s aptly titled “We Can’t Stop,” which posted a 1% uptick. Anna Kendrick’s “Cups” continued to overflow, gaining another 3%. And one Macklemore & Lewis hit leapfrogged another, as “Same Love” stayed hot three weeks after the Supreme Court ruling sent it into orbit. 

1. Robin Thicke, “Blurred Lines” – 384k
2. Miley Cyrus, “We Can’t Stop” – 216k
3. Jay-Z f/Justin Timberlake, “Holy Grail” – 196k
4. Imagine Dragons, “Radioactive” – 179k
5. Florida Georgia Line, “Cruise” – 158k
6. Daft Punk f/Pharrell, “Get Lucky” – 157k
7. Bruno Mars, “Treasure” – 131k
8. Anna Kendrick, “Cups” – 121k
9. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, “Same Love” – 118k
10. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, “Can't Hold Us” – 113k

Below the big board, Capital Cities’ “Safe and Sound” continued to show a niftycrossover move, selling 75k, a 16% week-over-week increase, bringing it from #23 to #14. Ciara scored the week’s second-highest debut with “I’m Out” featuring Nicki Minaj, which sold 57k, landing the track at #26. (7/18a)

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