Eminem's "The Monster," on which Rihanna's featured, becomes her 11th leader, pushing her past Katy Perry (10) for the most leaders in the chart's archives. Plus, new No. 1s for Icona Pop, Parmalee, tobyMac and more.
One Direction sold a further 124,000 copies of "Midnight Memories" to top the U.K. album chart for a second week, with a two-week total of 361,000 units. Lily Allen's "Somewhere Only We Know," which fell three places to No. 4 on last week's singles survey, promptly climbed three to regain the top spot.
Each Friday, Billboard presents Bubbling Under, a weekly look at new and noteworthy acts making their way toward Billboard chart success. Up this week: Cole Plante, Elizabeth Chan, 2 Pistols and Katherine Alexander
Britney Spears' new album "Britney Jean" is on course to score the highest debut on next week's Billboard 200 chart. Industry forecasters suggest the album, released on Dec. 3, might sell around 115,000 to 120,000 copies by the end of the tracking week on Sunday, Dec. 8.