Official Charts Analysis: Cheryl's Call My Name sells 152k in week one

Housing his consecutive top five singles Climax and Scream, Usher's seventh studio album Looking 4 Myself toppled Sing in the first midweek sales flashes and looked capable of becoming his fourth number one but it faded considerably as the week progressed, and ends up debuting at number three (26,965 sales). It is the second Usher album in a row to set the early pace but fall short of the summit, following Raymond V Raymond, which debuted at number two in ...

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