Chart Watch: Bruno Mars, Super Bowl Champion
"Jukebox" tops the 2 million mark in U.S. sales this week. It's Mars's second 2-million seller in a row. "Doo-Wops" is up to 2,199,000.
"Jukebox" has charted in the top three in three calendar years. It debuted at #2 in December 2012 and rose to #1 in March 2013. "Jukebox" was an upset winner for Best Pop Vocal Album at the Grammys two weeks ago.
"Jukebox" sold 38K digital copies this week (out of 81K total), which puts it back at #1 on Top Digital Albums. This is its third week on top.
"Doo-Wops" is #1 on Top Catalog Albums for the 13th week.
"Now 49" sold 98K copies this week. This is the fifth consecutive week that the #1 album has sold fewer than 100K copies. That's the longest stretch in which no albums topped 100K since late 2010-early 2011, when it happened for six straight weeks. (Sales are traditionally slow this time of year.) Look for Eric Church's "The Outsiders" to break this soft sales streak next week.
The "Frozen" soundtrack dips from #1 to #2. It's #1 on Top Soundtracks for the 11th week. "Frozen" ranked in the top five at the box-office for the 11th consecutive weekend. It's already the fifth-highest grossing animated movie of all time. (Excluding sequels, it's third, behind "The Lion King" and "Finding Nemo.")
It’s been nearly 22 years since Braxton was featured on Babyface's R&B hit "Give U My Heart" from the "Boomerang" soundtrack. Babyface went on to write or co-write Braxton's first four top 10 hits on the Hot 100: "Another Sad Love Song," "Breathe Again," "You Mean The World To Me" and "You're Makin' Me High."