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Billboard Hot 100 | 200: July 31, 2013 (One Direction, Selena Gomez, Ariana Grande, Marc Anthony)



The week's top-selling albums across all genres, ranked by sales data as compiled by Nielsen SoundScan.
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The week's most popular current songs across all genres, ranked by radio airplay audience impressions as measured by Nielsen BDS, sales data as compiled by Nielsen SoundScan and streaming activity data from online music sources tracked by Nielsen BDS. Songs are defined as current if they are newly-released titles, or songs receiving widespread airplay and/or sales activity for the first time.

Hot 200
1. "Stars Dance" - Selena Gomez 97,000 (debut)
2. "Magna Carta . . .  Holy Grail" - Jay Z 77,000 (-1)

3. Teen Beach Movie Soundtrack 57,000 (+5)
4. "Kidz Bop 24" - Kidz Bop 39,000 (-1)

5. "3.0" - Marc Anthony ~39,000 (debut)
6. "Here's to the Good Times" - Florida Georgia Line 30,000 (-1)
7. "Night Visions" - Imagine Dragons 27,000 (-1)
8. "Tracing Back Roots" - We Came As Romans 26,000 (debut)
9. "Rich Gang" (Compilation) - Young Money and Cash Money Records 24,000 (Debut)
10. "The 20/20 Experience" - Justin Timberlake 21,000 (-1)

Hot 100
1. "Blurred Lines" - Robin Thicke (8 weeks) (=)
2. "Best Song Ever" - One Direction (debut)
3. "We Can't Stop" - Miley Cyrus (-1)
4. "Radioactive" - Imagine Dragons (-1)
5. "Get Lucky" - Daft Punk (-1)
6. "Treasure" - Bruno Mars (-1)
7. "Holy Grail" - Jay Z (+1)
8. "Cups" - Anna Kendrick (+1)
9. "Can't Hold Us" - Macklemore (-3)
10. "Cruise" - Florida Georgia Line (-3)


Hot Digital Songs
1. "Best Song Ever" - One Direction (322,000) (debut)
2. "Blurred Lines" - Robin Thicke 312,000 (3,864,000)
3. "We Can't Stop" - Miley Cyrus 191,000 (1,502,000)
4. "Holy Grail" - Jay Z ft. Justin Timberlake 160,000 (523,000)
5. "Radioactive" - Imagine Dragons 159,000 (4,488,000)

6. "Baby I" - Ariana Grande 141,000 (debut)
7. "Cruise" - Florida Georgia Line 119,000 (5,356,000)
8. "Get Lucky" - Daft Punk 114,000 (2,210,000)
9. "Treasure" - Bruno Mars 110,000 (1,282,000)
10. "Same Love" - Macklemore 105,000 (1,386,000)


Radio Audience

"Lines" leads Radio Songs for a fourth week, gaining by 5% to 207.4 million all-format audience impressions, according to Nielsen BDS. Dating to the chart's December 1990 bow, the song has logged the second-highest weekly audience:

212.2 million, "We Belong Together," Mariah Carey (July 9, 2005)
207.4 million, "Blurred Lines," Robin Thicke (featuring T.I. + Pharrell) (Aug. 10, 2013)
196.3 million, "Irreplaceable," Beyonce (Jan. 20, 2007)
192.4 million, "No One," Alicia Keys (Dec. 22, 2007)
189.6 million, "Let Me Love You," Mario (Feb. 5, 2005)

Next Week's Debuts:
Backstreet Boys - "In A World Like This"
Buddy Guy "Ryhtm & Blues"
David Garrett "Music"
Emblem 3 "Nothing To Lose"
Five Finger Death Punch "Wrong Side Of Heaven & The Righteous Side Of Hell, Vol. 1"
Jay Sean "Neon"
Michael Franti & Spearhead "All People"
Robin Thicke "Blurred Lines"
Tech N9ne "Something Else"
Vince Gill "Bakerfsfield"


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Tags: ariana grande, bruno mars, jay-z, justin timberlake, miley cyrus, one direction, ratings / charts - billboard, selena gomez
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