What we listen to: top downloads this week

What we listen to: top downloads this week


The most downloaded music on iTunes this week:

Top Songs
1. “The Monster (feat. Rihanna),” Eminem
2. “Royals,” Lorde
3. “Story Of My Life,” One Direction
4. “Roar,” Katy Perry
5. “Wake Me Up,” Avicii
6. “Let Her Go,” Passenger
7. “Counting Stars,” OneRepublic
8. “Wrecking Ball,” Miley Cyrus
9. “Demons,” Imagine Dragons
10. “The Fox (What Does the Fox Say?),” Ylvis

Top Albums
1. “The Marshall Mathers LP 2,” Eminem
2. “Reflektor,” Arcade Fire
3. “PRISM,” Katy Perry
4. “Pure Heroine,” Lorde
5. “Midnight Memories,” One Direction
6. “Nothing Was the Same,” Drake
7. “It Goes Like This,” Thomas Rhett
8. “Wrapped In Red,” Kelly Clarkson
9. “Recharged,” Linkin Park
10. “Bangerz,” Miley Cyrus

The most downloaded music on Google Play this week:

Top Songs
1. “Pure Heroine,” Lorde
2. “Counting Stars,” One Republic
3. “Hold On, We’re Going Home,” Jay Z
4. “Let Her Go,” Passenger
5. “Say Something,” A Great Big World
6. “Demons,” Imagine Dragons
7. “Roar,” Katy Perry
8. “Monster,” Eminem
9. “Holy Grail,” Jay Z
10. “Radioactive,” Imagine Dragons

Top Albums
1. “The Marshall Mathers LP 2,” Eminem
2. “Here’s To The Good Times,” Florida Georgia Line
3. “”The Marshall Mathers LP,” Eminem
4. “Nothing Was the Same,” Drake
5. “Tailgates And Tanlines,” Luke Bryan
6. “Therapy,” Tech N9ne
7. “Pure Heroine,” Lorde
8. “Loved Me Back To Life,” Celine Dion
9. “Unapologetic,” Rihanna
10. “Same Trailer, Different Park,” Kacey Musgraves

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