NELLY ADDICTS!

'Nellyville' has shifted over a million copies in two weeks...

NELLY has held onto the top spot on the US BILLBOARD chart for a second week with his second album 'NELLYVILLE'.

Though his figures are down on the impressive 714,000 copies sold last week to propel him to the top, he still managed to shift 446,000 copies.

Eminem, meanwhile, remains on course to score the biggest seller of the year with 'The Eminem Show'. Figures of 263,000 keep the album at Number Two. Total sold now in the US, in a less than seven weeks, is a little shy of 3.9million.

New entries on the Top Ten this week come from a compilation of rap acts on the Murder Inc. label and a greatest hits collection from Aerosmith. 'Irv Gotti Presents The Inc', featuring at artists including Ja Rule and Ashanti, debuts at Three with 193,000 copies sold, while 'O, Yeah! Ultimate Aerosmith Hits' appears at Four with 137,000 copies shifted.

On down the chart, Oasis enter at 23 with new album 'Heathen Chemistry'. This is a place higher than 'Standing On The Shoulder Of Giants' went in on its release in Spring 2000.

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