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Katy Perry Still #1 On Billboard Digital Songs Chart
Posted by Joseph Lee on 02.05.2014



Billboard reports that the Grammy Awards last week also impacted the Digital Songs chart, keeping Katy Perry's "Dark Horse" (which she performed with Juicy J at the show) at #1 with 373,000 downloads sold, up 27%.

Imagine Dragons return to the top ten with "Radioactive", which they performed at the Grammy Awards and last weekend's Saturday Night Live. They were joined by Kendrick Lamar for both appearances, who provided a remix of the song. The remixed song was released the day after the Grammys and sales make up 73% of the total. This is the third-largest sales week after its peak in popularity this past summer.

1. Katy Perry (ft. Juicy J) - "Dark Horse" (373,000)
2. Jason DeRulo (ft. 2 Chainz) - "Talk Dirty" (234,000)
3. Pharrell Williams - "Happy" (219,000)
4. Imagine Dragons - "Radioactive" (208,000)
5. Passenger - "Let Her Go" (176,000)
6. A Great Big World (ft. Christina Aguilera) - "Say Something" (152,000)
7. Beyonce (ft. Jay Z) - "Drunk in Love" (151,000)
8. Pitbull (ft. Ke$ha) - "Timber" (142,000)
9. Bastille - "Pompeii" (140,000)
10. Lorde - "Royals" (137,000)

Digital track sales this week totaled 23.8 million downloads, up less than 1% compared to last week (23.7 million) and down 8% compared to last year (25.8 million). Year-to-date track sales are at 127.8 million, down 11% compared with the same total at this point last year (143.7 million).





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