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Sam Smith and Ed Sheeran could see enough of a surge, especially in track sales, from Sunday’s Grammy Awards to challenge Taylor Swift for the top of the SPS chart.

YOUR TOP 15

Tay Tay and Now Go Head to Head
Now 53 will top next week’s sales chart, as Taylor Swift now gets the nod for the top of our SPS tally. Keep an eye on Sam Smith and Ed Sheeran, however. Both could see enough of a surge, especially in track sales, from Sunday’s Grammy Awards to challenge Swift. Here’s how it looks headed into the weekend:
 
Top 15 Sales:
* Now 53 (NOW/Legacy) 90-95k
Taylor Swift (Big Machine) 70-75k
* Fifth Harmony (SYCO/Epic) 55-60k
*Bob Dylan (Columbia) 40-45k
Ed Sheeran (Atlantic) 40-45k
* Diana Krall (Verve) 40-45k
Sam Smith (Capitol) 35-40k
Meghan Trainor (Epic) 30-35k
2015 Grammy Nominess (RCA) 25-28k
* Kid Ink (RCA) 24-27k
Ne-Yo (Motown) 19-22k
Fall Out Boy (DCD2/Island) 19-22k
Kidz Bop Kids (Razor & Tie) 18-21k
Nicki Minaj (YMCMB/Republic) 17-20k
* Jeremy Camp (Capitol) 17-20k
 
Top 15 SPS:
Taylor Swift (Big Machine) 95-100k
* Now 53 (NOW/Legacy) 90-95k
Ed Sheeran (Atlantic) 80-85k
* Fifth Harmony (SYCO/Epic) 70-75k
Sam Smith (Capitol) 70-75k
Meghan Trainor (Epic) 50-55k
Nicki Minaj (YMCMB/Republic) 45-50k
* Bob Dylan (Columbia) 40-45k
* Diana Krall (Verve) 40-45k
Hozier (Columbia) 40-45k
Fall Out Boy (DCD2/Island) 35-40k
Mark Ronson (RCA) 35-40k
2015 Grammy Nominees (RCA) 35-40k
Maroon 5 (222/Interscope) 30-35k
* Kid Ink (RCA) 30-35k
 
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