In the end, the margin was slim between Honest (53,000) and The New Classic (52,000) — Billboard reports that less than a thousand copies separated them — but the former won out, and goes in at #2, leaving Azalea to debut at #3 with her first album. Still, Iggy can rest easy knowing that she’s currently got the two best-selling singles in the country, with Ariana Grande‘s “Problem” (which Azalea features on) perched at #1 on iTunes and her pair-up with Charli XCX, “Fancy,” sitting pretty at #2.
1. Soundtrack, Frozen *12 weeks*
2. Future, Honest *new*
3. Iggy Azalea, The New Classic *new*
4. Pharrell, G I R L
5. August Alsina, Testimony
6. Neon Trees, Pop Psychology *new*
7. Luke Bryan, Crash My Party
8. Soundtrack, Nashville: On The Record *new*
9. Lorde, Pure Heroine
10. Bethel Music, You Make Me Brave: Live At The Civic *new*
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