On Jan. 24, 1989, Gibson released her sophomore album. It would spend five weeks atop the Billboard 200 and yield the Hot 100 No. 1 "Lost in Your Eyes." On the set's 25th anniversary, Gibson reflects on its success and reveals what's ahead in 2014.
Martin Garrix and Jay Hardway cruise 50-16 on Billboard's Hot Dance/Electronic Songs with chart "Wizard," as first-week download sales contribute to its surge. "Wizard" sold 12,000, according to Nielsen SoundScan, and also debuts at No. 14 on Dance/Electronic Digital Songs.
The former pair takes over atop Pop Songs with "Timber," while the latter twosome's "Drunk in Love" crowns R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay. Plus, new leaders for Demi Lovato, Avenged Sevenfold, Zac Brown Band and Elvis Crespo (also with Pitbull).
Bruce Springsteen notched his tenth No. 1 album in the U.K. yesterday (Jan. 19) with “High Hopes” (Columbia/Sony Music), as Pharrell Williams’ “Happy” (Back Lot) moved past the half-million sales mark to stake another week atop the singles chart.