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Mac Miller May Be First Indie Rapper to Hit No. 1 in 16 Years
Pittsburgh rap phenom Mac Miller, whose debut 'Blue Slide Park' hit shelves on Tuesday (Nov. 8), may become the first independent hip-hop act to top the Billboard charts since Snoop Dogg's partners Tha Dogg Pound did so in 1995.
While the numbers, as derived by Nielsen SoundScan sales data, are not y…
Nicki Minaj Breaks Yet Another Record With ‘Super Bass’
Young Money rapper Nicki Minaj continues her steady assault on the Billboard charts, moving up to the No. 3 spot on the Hot 100 with her latest single 'Super Bass.'
'Super Bass,' Nicki's record-breaking seventh single from her platinum-selling debut album, 'Pink Friday, …
Beyonce Soars to No. 1 on Charts With ‘4’ Album
When it comes to Beyonce, landing on top comes naturally. The pop superstar scored the No. 1 position on the Billboard 200 chart this week with her fourth album, aptly titled '4.'
According to Nielsen SoundScan, Queen Bey's total tallies to 310,000 units sold, besting G...
Rihanna Breaks UK Chart Record, Matches Elvis Presley
With her Drake-featuring single 'What's My Name?' hitting No. 1 this week, Rihanna has made history as the first female solo artist to notch five No. 1 hits on the U.K. singles charts in as many consecutive years. The last solo artist to make a similar record was Elvis Presley, who di…
Lil Wayne Cracks Top 10 With ‘6 Foot 7 Foot’
Having just been released from prison in November, Lil Wayne returned last week with a hot new single to prove that he's back to dominate the charts once again.
Weezy's highly-anticipated single '6 Foot 7 Foot' launched the Young Money boss back into the top 10, debuting at No...
Wiz Khalifa Turns ‘Black & Yellow’ Into Gold
Wiz Khalifa earned his first mainstream hit with his catchy 'Black & Yellow,' and now he's got something to show for it. The Atlantic Records recording artist has earned a gold certification from the RIAA, denoting sales of more than 500,000 units for the track since its offic…

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