Robin Thicke's 'Blurred Lines' Debuts At Number One
Robin Thicke's new album "Blurred Lines" has topped the charts in its first week, knocking Selena Gomez's "Stars Dance" from the top spot.
The album debuted at number one (as predicted) after selling 177,000 copies following its July 30 release, becoming the first chart-topper for the singer.
The title single off the album remained at number-one for the ninth straight week on the Hot 100 singles chart.
"Blurred Lines" sold 60,000 more copies than this week's number two album, Five Finger Death Punch's new release "The Wrong Side of Heaven and the Righteous Side of Hell: Volume 1."
Jay-Z's "Magna Carta... Holy Grail fell from two to three, Tech N9ne's "Something Else" and the Backstreet Boys' "In A World Like This" debuted at number four and five, respectively; while Gomez's fourth album (her first solo) falls all the way to number eight.
Thicke also became the first performer to have one single sell over 400,000 downloads in four different weeks.