Katy Perry & ITunes

June 30, 2011 by Post Team 

Katy Perry & ITunesKaty Perry & ITunes, Michael Jackson is currently the only artist to have five singles from the same album reached number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts. (Believe it or not, was not the mega-selling “Thriller” album either – it was his 1987 album “Bad” that had “Just I can not Stop Loving You,” the title track, “The Way You me feel, “” Man in the Mirror “and” Dirty Diana “all top the list.)

Katy Perry can now become the second artist – and the first woman – to achieve the same feat in 52 years the Billboard chart history.

Last week, Billboard reported Perry’s latest single “Last Friday Night (TGIF)” hit number 31 to number 4 and is currently on track went to number one this week.

The new success would be the fifth single “Teenage Dream” Perry album to top the charts, with “California Gurls,” the title track, “Fireworks” and “ET”

In addition to potentially tie the king of pop album, Perry is in only one category. According to MTV, she is the only artist to have five songs sold over 4 million digital downloads. “Hot N Cold”, “I Kissed A Girl”, “fireworks” California Gurls “and” ET “has sold over 4 million singles online each. The closest selling digital artist Lady Gaga, who has three simple with over 4 million downloads.

However, Perry’s music is not without controversy.

In the latest issue of Rolling Stone, Perry defended her songs, while wearing a bra made with Hershey’s kisses on the cover.

“I am not a doll,” he says. “I know that ‘California Gurls’ will not save the world. But I think I have a great heart of my education and got a lot of heart into my songs.”

While Katy Perry aims to top the Billboard charts with their new single, “Last Friday Night (TGIF) has” already reached No. 1 on the iTunes singles chart.

ITunes’ top 10 best selling singles and albums for the week ending June 27, 2011:

1. “Last Friday night (T.G.I.F.),” Katy Perry
2. “He moves like Jagger (Voice Performance) (feat. Christina Aguilera),” Maroon 5
3. “Party Rock Anthem (feat. Laura Bennett & GoonRock),” LMFAO
4. “Give Me everything (feat. Ne-Yo, Afrojack & Nayer),” Pitbull
5. “Super Bass” Nicki Minaj
6. “Rolling In the Deep”, Adele
7. “The Edge of Glory” by Lady Gaga
8. “Tonight, Tonight,” Hot Chelle Rae
9. “How to Love” by Lil Wayne
10. “Honey Bee”, Blake Shelton

1. “Bon Iver,” Bon Iver
2. “21″, Adele
3. “Light of the Sun,” Jill Scott
4. “Hell, the sequel,” Bad Meets Evil
5. “Planet of the hole,” Pitbull
6. “Outlaws Like Me”, Justin Moore
7. “Sigh No More”, Mumford & Sons
8. “Sorry for the party rocking,” LMFAO
9. “Modern Love”, Matt Nathanson
10. “Nothing But the Best – The collection of Frank Sinatra,” Frank Sinatra

Update: This weeks Billboard Hot 100 charts instead Pitbull “Give Me Everything” at No. 1, while Katy Perry “Last Friday Night (TGIF)” held at No. 4 for the second week. Michael Jackson record is safe … at least another week.

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