Taylor Swift’s latest album “1989” has hit number 1 for nine weeks on Billboard 200 Chart. Her album has sold 155,000 last week.
The Billboard 200 Chart uses multi-metric album consumption, such as sales, track equivalend albums and steaming to decide where an album ranks.
“1989” has sold 3.94 million and is on the verge of becoming Taylor’s fifth album to sell 4 million copies!
Ed Sheeran’s “X” is No. 2 on the charts followed by Nicki Minaj’s “The Pinkprint,” Sam Smith’s “In the Lonely Hour” and rounding out the top 5 is Rae Sremmurd’s “SremmLife.”
At No. 6 is Hozier’s self-titled album, then J. Cole’s “2014 Forest Hills Drive,” The Guardians of the Galaxy soundtrack is at No 8.
To finish it off, One Direction’s “Four” is at No. 9 and Ariana Grande’s “My Everything” comes in at No. 10 on the chart.
Congratulations Taylor for creating such a successful album!
The special plaque that was put on Clevedon Pier in Somerset, England to commemorate the band One Direction, who filmed a music video there, has been moved.
The plaque had been fitted to a bench on the pier commemorating the band filming the music video for their single “You and I” from their album Midnight Memories.
Since it was put there fans had started to post their own messages to the band near it. They wrote their names along side the plaque as well as “We love One Direction.”
The plaque has been moved to another bench nearer to the entrance to the pier, in an area where it can be better watched!
Fans come from all over to see the pier where the video was filmed. The video has raised the total number of visitors to the pier by around 10 percent.
Have you been to Clevedon Pier? Did you see the One Direction plaque?