Who sold the most records in 2015?

Who sold the most records in 2015?

2015 In Album Sales: Adele, Adele, Adele. Adele’s 25 was (by far) the biggest album of 2015, selling more than 6 million copies in less than two months.

Who has the best-selling album of 2015?

Adele’s
Adele’s 25 sold 1.9 million copies after two days of availability, and 2.3 million after three, becoming the fastest-selling album of the 21st century and the best-selling album of 2015.

What was the number one album in 2016?

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TOP 10 ALBUMS OF 2016 IN U.S., BY TOTAL EQUIVALENT ALBUM UNITS
1 Drake, Views 2,024,000
2 Adele, 25 305,000
3 Beyonce, Lemonade 214,000
4 Rihanna, Anti 944,000

Who sold the most albums in 2016?

Drake
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TOP 10 SELLING DIGITAL ALBUMS OF 2016 IN U.S.
Rank Artist, Title Sales
1 Drake, Views 1,299,000
2 Beyonce, Lemonade 1,200,000
3 Adele, 25 514,000

Who sold the most albums in 2014?

Taylor Swift
According to IFPI, the best-selling album of 2014 was 1989, selling 10.0 million copies worldwide. Both physical and digital album sales are included….List of best-selling albums.

Rank 1.
Album 1989
Artist Taylor Swift
Sales (in millions) 10.0
Release date October 27, 2014

What was the biggest song of 2015?

Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars’ huge Number 1 dominated 2015’s all-time chart. It dominated the dancefloor throughout the year, so it was only natural Mark Ronson’s Uptown Funk is the biggest song of 2015.

What was the number 4 song in 2015?

At Number 4 Ellie Goulding ’s Love Me Like You Do, from smash hit movie 50 Shades Of Grey, which topped the chart for four weeks – holding Hozier off the top spot for three of them – back in February. By the end of 2015, the song notched up 1.19 million combined sales. Rounding off the end of year Top 5 was Wiz Khalifa ’s See You Again.

How did Justin Bieber do on the official chart in 2015?

2015 was an incredible year for Bieber on the Official Chart. Among his many achievements, he scored his first UK Number 1 with What Do You Mean, logging 10 weeks at the top across those three Number 1s, and he became the first living artist to score eight Top 40 entries following the release of album Purpose.