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Chris Brown thinks he sold 495,000 copies of his new album first week

KillaChamKillaCham M0D SQUAD™Posts: 11,412 Regulator
edited September 2014 in R&B & Alternatives
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To put it simply, The Billboard Consumption Chart would be a combination of an album and a song chart. Instead of just considering physical album sales to gauge an album’s performance, the new chart would take song plays from streaming data and turn them into equivalent album sales. The idea is to bridge the gap between artists who receive a lot of streaming interaction but have marginal physical sales, and artists who have strong physical sales but don’t experience a lot of streaming activity. All indications are that Billboard hopes that this new Consumption Chart will become the industry standard for rating music

His physical first week sales are 142,155 copies this week............ #2 after Barbra Streisand.

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