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Demi Lovato’s “Get Back” Debuts on the Billboard Charts!

22 Aug

Demi Lovato‘s debut single “Get Back” has debuted at No. 43 on Billboard‘s Hot 100 Charts this week!

We’re totally excited for Demi, because we absolutely love this song!!!

As reported earlier, “Get Back” reached No. 6 on iTunes, so that’s probably the reason for its chart debut.

Also, make sure to pick up Demi’s debut album Don’t Forget, this September!

Jonas Brothers Score No. 1 Album with Third Best-Selling First Week of 2008!

20 Aug

As we all expected, the Jonas Brothers score their first No. 1 album on The Billboard 200 this week with A Little Bit Longer. The set sold 525,000 copies in the U.S., according to Nielsen SoundScan, the third biggest sales frame this year behind Lil Wayne‘s Tha Carter III (1,006,000) and Coldplay‘s Viva La Vida or Death and All His Friends (721,000).

The trio also scores the rare feat of having two albums simultaneously in the upper-most echelon of the chart, as their self-titled sophomore set rises 11-10 with 31,000 (-4%) in its 54th chart week. It’s the first time a group has scored two concurrent top 10 albums since ‘N Sync on the chart dated Jan. 2, 1999, with Home for Christmas at No. 10 and ‘N Sync at No. 2.

But that’s not all. The soundtrack to the Disney film Camp Rock, which stars the Jonas Brothers and Demi Lovato, stays put at No. 8 for a second week with 50,000 copies sold this week! 🙂

We totally knew this would happen! CONGRATS JONAS BROTHERS!!! 😀

Jonas Brothers To Score First No. 1 Album with “A Little Bit Longer”!!!

14 Aug

According to, the Jonas Brothers new album, A Little Bit Longer, is expected to sell over half a million copies in its first week!!! 🙂

It will definitely beat Miley Cyrus‘ album, that sold 371,000 copies in its first week.

Read the following straight from

The Jonas Brothers are on track to score their first No. 1 album next week on The Billboard 200, as A Little Bit Longer (Hollywood) leads Nielsen SoundScan’s Building chart, released this afternoon (Aug. 13).

Unweighted sales of Longer through the close of business yesterday (Aug. 12) stood at 201,000. Billboard estimates the nine merchants who report to Nielsen SoundScan’s Building chart — Trans World Entertainment, Best Buy, Circuit City, iTunes, Starbucks, Borders, Target, Anderson Merchandisers and Handleman Co. — comprise about 80% of all U.S. album sales.

Both Hollywood and its distributor, Universal, are projecting that Longer could finish the week with a number between 675,000 and 725,000. Based on the percentage of first-day sales that recent albums by Carrie Underwood, Usher, Mariah Carey and Jonas Brothers labelmate Miley Cyrus contributed to their first-week sales, Billboard estimates that Longer could surpass 600,000 and might start with as many as 725,000.

Hollywood GM Abbey Konowitch says, “We knew the fan base was as fanatical as it gets, but what was done by the group and us in the past few months, in a way, flies in the face of conventional marketing.” That includes the band having played the bulk of the new album live in concert since last fall and encouraging fans to share YouTube performances of the songs.

Konowitch also calls out iTunes’ “Countdown to ‘A Little Bit Longer'” campaign as a key ingredient in the ramp up towards the release. Four individual tracks from the set were put up for sale in the weeks previous to the album’s street date, and purchasers could then use iTunes’ Complete My Album offer to download the full set yesterday.

It’s expected that Longer will see a huge digital download number when final figures come in next week. Earlier this year, Coldplay racked up the biggest-ever week for a digital album when Viva La Vida Or Death and All His Friends sold 288,000 downloads, 40% of the 721,000 total copies it sold in its first week.

The Jonas Brothers may pull off another chart feat next week, too. With Longer an all-but-lock for No. 1, there’s a good chance the sibling trio’s sophomore set, Jonas Brothers, now ranked No. 11, could return to the top 10. If they place two albums in the top 10 next week, it’ll be the first time a group has done so since ‘N Sync on the chart dated Jan. 2, 1999.

Miley Cyrus’ “Breakout” Debuts at No. 1 on the U.S. Charts!

30 Jul

Miley Cyrus‘ new album Breakout, was released on July 22, and has made its debut at No. 1 on the Billboard Top 200 charts!!!

The set sold 371,000 copies in the U.S., and that’s better than her debut album, Hannah Montana 2: Meet Miley Cyrus, which sold 326,000 copies in its first week, even though it still debuted at No. 1!

We’re totally psyched…WE CAN’T STOP LISTENING TO THIS ALBUM!!!

Jonas Brothers Make Billboard Chart History!

24 Jul

The Jonas Brothers latest iTunes released song “Pushin’ Me Away” has debuted on Billboard‘s Hot 100!

The week’s top debut comes from “Pushin’ Me Away” at No. 16. The song sold 116,000 downloads, making the Jonases the first group to debut on Hot Digital Songs with six-digit sales on three tracks.

That’s pretty cool!!! 🙂

Make sure to keep an eye out, because the Jonas’ will be releasing their next iTunes single “Tonight,” off their new album A Little Bit Longer, in the next couple of days.

Make sure to subscribe to their free Podcast on iTunes, so you’ll know all the latest info, told straight from the Bros. themself!

Jonas Brothers Score First Top 10 Hit With “Burnin’ Up”!

3 Jul

Seems like the Jonas Brothers are in position for even more musical success this time around, with their new single “Burnin’ Up,” and new album A Little Bit Longer, in stores August 12, via Hollywood Records.

“Burnin’ Up” entered Billboard‘s Hot 100 charts at #5 this week!!! 🙂

It did better than their 2007 single “S.O.S.,” which reached #17 on Billboard‘s Hot 100.

Also, Demi Lovato and Joe Jonas‘ “This Is Me,” enters the Top 10 as well, at #9, from being at #11 last week.

We’re predicting that their new album will debut in the Top 2!!!