Adele and Maroon 5 make big “Moves” on the Charts

The lady who has pretty much ruled the music world in 2011 does it again this week as Adele’s sophomore album, 21, returns to the # 1 spot on the Billboard Albums chart. This marks her 12th non-consecutive week at the summit for total U.S. sales of 2.9 million plus and is the longest running # 1 album since Santana’s Supernatural did 12 weeks in 1999/2000. How much longer will she last and who did she squash this week? Well, the other debuts in the top ten belonged to country singer Trace Adkins, rocking singer songwriter Matt Kearney (who picked up his best sales week and chart performance to date),the soundtrack to the TV show Victorious and the multi artist compilation Slow Grind. For more on Adele’s feats and the charts, head to Billboard here and check out the new top ten below.

Billboard Top Ten Albums:
1. 21- Adele (last week~ 2)
2. Chief- Eric Church (lw~ 1)
3. Proud to Be Here- Trace Adkins (debut)
4. Young Love- Matt Kearney (debut)
5. Victorious- Original Soundtrack (debut)
6. My Kinda Party- Jason Aldean (lw~ 4)
7. Kidz Bop Vol. 20 (lw~ 6)
8. 4- Beyonce (lw~ 5)
9. Slow Grind Compilation- Various Artists (debut)
10. Red River Blue- Blake Shelton (lw~8)

Over on the singles chart, LMFAO made it another week at the summit with “Party Rock Anthem”. However they may have some new competition for #1 next week from not only Katy Perry, but Maroon 5 and Christina Aguilera. The Voice coach’s track vaulted up from #25 to # 8 (its debut week peak) after Maroon 5 performed it on America’s Got Talent earlier in the week. Sales and airplay are skyrocketing for this one, so look out. Check out the full top ten below.

Top Ten Singles
1. “Party Rock Anthem”- LMFAO (last week~ 1)
2. “Last Friday Night”- Katy Perry (lw~ 2)
3. “Super Bass”- Nicki Minaj (lw~ 3)
4. “Give Me Everything Tonight”- Pitbull w/NeYo, Nayer & Afrojack (lw~ 4)
5. “Lighters”- Bad Meets Evil w/Bruno Mars (lw~ 7)
6. “How to Love”- Lil Wayne (lw~ 5)
7. “I Wanna Go”- Britney Spears (lw~ 9)
8. “Moves Like Jagger”- Maroon 5 w/Christina Aguilera (lw~ 25)
9. “Rolling in the Deep”- Adele (lw~ 6)
10. “Tonight Tonight”- Hot Chelle Rae (lw~8)

And here’s the brand new video for “Moves Like Jagger”. Enjoy!

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