April 9, 2012 14:30
'Now That's What I Call Music! 81' keeps Nicki Minaj off iTunes album chart top spot
While Canadian singer Carly Rae Jepsen is at Number One on the iTunes singles chart
Nicki Minaj's second album 'Pink Friday ... Roman Reloaded' - pictured above - has been denied the Number One position in the iTunes album chart, and is instead at Number Two while Labrinth's 'Electronic Earth' is at Number Three. Adele and Jessie J are also both still in the Top 10.
Meanwhile, Carly Rae Jepsen is at Number One in the iTunes singles chart, with her track 'Call Me Maybe'. The Canadian singer and Canadian Idol runner up is also currently at Number One in the Official UK Singles Chart, with her debut UK single.
Sean Paul trails behind Jepsen with 'She Doesn't Mind' at Number Two and Gotye is at Number Three with 'Somebody That I Used To Know'. Azealia Banks and Katy Perry also make appearances in the Top 10.
The iTunes singles chart Top 10 is:
1 Carly Rae Jepsen 'Call Me Maybe'
2 Sean Paul 'She Doesn't Mind'
3 Gotye 'Somebody That I Used to Know' (feat. Kimbra)
4 Nicki Minaj 'Starships'
5 Chris Brown 'Turn Up the Music
6 Flo Rida 'Wild Ones' (feat. Sia)
7 Katy Perry 'Part of Me'
8 Sia, David Guetta 'Titanium'
9 Emeli Sandé 'Next to Me'
10 Azealia Banks '212' (feat. Lazy Jay)
The iTunes albums chart Top 10 is:
1 Various Artists 'Now That's What I Call Music! 81'
2 Nicki Minaj 'Pink Friday ... Roman Reloaded'
3 Labrinth 'Electronic Earth'
4 Adele '21'
5 Various Artists 'Ultimate Clubland'
6 Jessie J 'Who You Are'
7 David Guetta 'Nothing But the Beat'
8 Various Artists 'Now That's What I Call Running!'
9 Emeli Sandé 'Our Version of Events'
10 Ed Sheeran '+'
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