Ask Billboard: Selena Gomez's Career Album & Song Sales

Selena Gomez arrives at the Los Angeles Premiere of Netflix's "13 Reasons Why" at Paramount Pictures on March 30, 2017 in Los Angeles.
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Selena Gomez arrives at the Los Angeles Premiere of Netflix's "13 Reasons Why" at Paramount Pictures on March 30, 2017 in Los Angeles. 

A recap of her top-selling songs & albums, in honor of her latest Hot 100 top 10, "It Ain't Me."

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In honor of the No. 1 song on the Billboard Hot 100 the last two weeks by a woman, "It Ain't Me," her current single with Kygo, here is a rundown of Selena Gomez's career song and album sales in the U.S. (through the week ending May 14), according to Nielsen Music.

Top-Selling Songs
2.7 million, "Love You Like a Love Song" (with The Scene); 2.6 million, "Come & Get It"; 2.1 million, "Who Says" (with The Scene); 2.1 million, "Naturally" (with The Scene); 1.6 million, "Good for You" (Gomez feat. A$AP Rocky); 1.4 million, "Same Old Love"

1.4 million, "The Heart Wants What It Wants"; 1.1 million, "Tell Me Something I Don't Know"; 1.1 million, "Slow Down"; 1.1 million, "Hands to Myself"; 1 million, "A Year Without Rain" (with The Scene); 968,000, "Round & Round" (with The Scene)

806,000, "We Don't Talk Anymore" (Charlie Puth feat. Gomez); 582,000, "I Want You to Know" (Zedd feat. Gomez); 579,000, "Falling Down" (with The Scene); 563,000, "Hit the Lights" (with The Scene); 563,000, "Magic"; 484,000, "It Ain't Me" (Kygo feat. Gomez)

924,000, Kiss and Tell (with The Scene); 815,000, A Year Without Rain (with The Scene); 707,000, When the Sun Goes Down (with The Scene); 413,000, Revival; 407,000, Stars Dance; 112,000, For You

Gomez has sold 24.3 million songs and 3.4 million albums.

And, how about that third, sort-of credited act on "It Ain't Me"? "I had a dream / We were back to seventeen / Summer nights and The Libertines / Never growing up," Gomez sings. Cult British band The Libertines has released three studio albums: Up the Bracket, in 2002 (78,000 sold in the U.S. to date); The Libertines, in 2004 (91,000); and Anthems for Doomed Youth, in 2015 (7,000). The group's first two LPs were produced by UK alt forefather Mick Jones, co-founder of The Clash.


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