The Dream, Clarkson Hold Steady At Billboard, J.Holiday Takes A Dive

The Dream and Kelly Clarkson are holding on strong in this week’s edition of the Billboard 200 albums chart. The Dream, after releasing the sophomore effort “Love Vs. Money” last week, is holding strong at no.4 on the strength of 56,000 copies. “Love vs. Money,” the RadioKilla star’s latest effort, features the hit single “Rockin’ That Thang” as well as the the Mariah Carey assisted “My Love” — it debuted at no.2 with 151,000 copies. Fellow chart-topping artist Kelly Clarkson remains atop the Billboard 200 on the strength of “All I Ever Wanted,” her fourth studio album. According to Nielsen Soundscan, Clarkson’s “My Life Would Suck Without You” led album moved another 90,000 copies. While The-Dream and Clarkson’s latest efforts remained strong in the top 10 this week, J.Holiday’s sophomore effort “Round 2” failed to stay in the top 10. Holiday’s “Round 2,” led by the single “It’s Yours,” moved less than 40,000 copies in it’s second week. — it debuted last week with 55,000 copies sold. Next Week: Watch out for Tuesday’s heavy releases from R&B stars Keri Hilson, Case, Electrik Red, and Inspirational/American Idol veteran Mandisa.

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