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Taylor Swift stays on top of Billboard charts for the seventh week

Taylor Swift stays on top of Billboard charts for the seventh week

For the seventh week, Taylor Swift's Fearless is again the number one album in the country, despite moving only 63,000 copies. Swift's seven week stint on the top of the charts is the longest run since Usher's Confessions spent nine weeks on top of the charts in 2004.

 

Beyonce Knowles' I Am Sasha Fierce was umber two (moving 49,000 units), and Nickelback's Dark Horse dropped a spot to number three with 46,000 copies sold. [Billboard]

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