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iTunes’ latest charts:


1. “Scream & Shout,” featuring Britney Spears

2. “My Life,” 50 Cent featuring Eminem & Adam Levine

3. “Locked Out of Heaven,” Bruno Mars

4. “Gangnam Style,” Psy

5. “Ho Hey,” The Lumineers

6. “Home,” Phillip Phillips

7. “Die Young,” Ke$ha

8. “Diamonds,” Rihanna

9. “Girl On Fire,” Alicia Keys featuring Nicki Minaj

10. “I Cry,” Flo Rida


1. “Girl On Fire,” Alicia Keys

2. “The World from the Side of the Moon,” Phillip Phillips

3. “One Night – EP,” Timeflies

4. “Unapologetic,” Rihanna

5. “Christmas,” Michael Buble

6. “Red,” Taylor Swift

7. “Dance (RED) Save Lives (Presented By Tiësto),” Tiesto

8. “The Lumineers,” The Lumineers

9. “Merry Christmas, Baby,” Rod Stewart

10. “Babel,” Mumford & Sons


The most streamed tracks in the U.S. on Spotify last week:

1. “Ho Hey,” The Lumineers

2. “Diamonds, ” Rihanna

3. “Die Young,” Ke$ha

4. “Some Nights,” fun.

5. “Locked Out of Heaven,” Bruno Mars

6. “Gangnam Style,” Psy

7. “It’s Time,” Imagine Dragons

8. “I Cry,” Flo Rida

9. “Thrift Shop,” Macklemore & Ryan Lewis featuring Wanz

10. “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together,” Taylor Swift


Among the latest national chart leaders:


1. “Diamonds,” Rihanna

2. “Locked Out of Heaven,” Bruno Mars

3. “Die Young,” Ke$ha

4. “One More Night,” Maroon 5

5. “Ho Hey,” The Lumineers

6. “Some Nights,” fun

7. “Home,” Phillip Phillips

8. “I Cry,” Flo Rida

9. “Let Me Love You (Until You Learn to Love Yourself),” Ne-Yo

10. “Gangnam Style,” Psy


1. “Girl on Fire,” Alicia Keys

2. “Red,” Taylor Swift

3. “Merry Christmas, Baby,” Rod Stewart

4. “Take Me Home,” One Direction

5. “The World From the Side of the Moon,” Phillip Phillips

6. “Unapologetic,” Rihanna

7. “Christmas,” Michael Bublé

8. “On This Winter’s Night,” Lady Antebellum

9. “Cheers, It’s Christmas,” Blake Shelton

10. “Rebel Soul,” Kid Rock


Pollstar ranks top concert tours by average box office gross per city and includes the average ticket price in North America:

1. Madonna; $4,074,848; $173.27

2. Barbra Streisand; $4,065,743; $263.52

3. Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band; $2,766,691; $93.85

4. Justin Bieber; $1,217,217; $75.72

5. Peter Gabriel; $824,571; $97.30

6. Red Hot Chili Peppers; $713,443; $57.27

7. Jason Aldean; $691,893; $39.72

8. Zac Brown Band; $668,709; $44.67

9. Brad Paisley; $592,878; $42.81

10. Rascal Flatts; $522,050; $40.51

11. Carrie Underwood; $506,968; $58.85

12. Journey; $487,411; $59.31

13. Bob Dylan; $374,153; $70.82

14. Luke Bryan; $368,597; $34.98