If nothing else, Neal McCoy definitely qualifies as a survivor in the hectic world that is the music biz. With a list of hits to his credit as "Wink" and "If I Were A Drinkin' Man," the singer has remained a fan favorite -- both on record, as well as his stage show. McCoy returns to the spotlight with "XII," his first new CD in seven years, and he, as the old saying goes, "had a little bit of help from his friends."
Eminem holds at No. 1 for a fourth week on the Billboard 200 with "Recovery," marking the longest streak atop the list since Susan Boyle's "I Dreamed a Dream" wrapped a six-week run at No. 1 on the Jan. 16 chart . . . Korn claims its 10th top 10 album with "Korn III: Remember Who You Are" . . . Newsboys return with their first top 10 album and best sales week . . . Sting arrives in the top 10 as well with his classical crossover set "Symphonicities" . . . Closing out the six new entries in the top 10 are new sets from country singer Jerrod Niemann, rock super group HellYeah and M.I.A.