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The top 10 singles and albums on iTunes
Question of the Day
iTunes’ top 10 selling singles and albums of the week ending April 11, 2011:
2. “Just Can’t Get Enough,” Black Eyed Peas
3. “S&M,” Rihanna
4. “Till the World Ends,” Britney Spears
5. “Honey Bee,” Blake Shelton
6. “Rolling In the Deep,” ADELE
9. “Give Me Everything (feat. Ne-Yo, Afrojack & Nayer),” Pitbull
10. “Blow,” Ke$ha
1. “Songs for Japan,” Various Artists
2. “21,” Adele
3. “American Tragedy,” Hollywood Undead
4. “Femme Fatale,” Britney Spears
5. “Sigh No More,” Mumford & Sons
6. “Rolling Papers,” Wiz Khalifa
7. “Reckless and Relentless,” Asking Alexandria
8. “TRON: Legacy Reconfigured,” Daft Punk
9. “American Idol Top 9 Season 10,” Various Artists
10. “Grey’s Anatomy: The Music Event,” Grey’s Anatomy Cast
iTunes is owned by Apple Inc.
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