Adele continues to top the iTunes chart this week with her track “Hello” from the album “25.” The haunting ballad has also been dominating the Billboard Hot 100 for five consecutive weeks. Her comeback album has already broken records, selling 3.38 million copies in the US alone.

Adele’s album also broke records in the UK with skyrocketing sales of 439,000 copies sold last week, according to Billboard. As for the single “Hello,” it continues to move people, including Britney Spears. In one of her Instagram videos, the pop star was even seen performing a pirouette, or a ballet spin, while dancing to Adele’s popular song.


I could dance to this song a MILLION you @adele!

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Adele’s “Hello” is followed by “Love Yourself” from Justin Bieber’s comeback album “Purpose.” It is a collaboration between Bieber, Ed Sheeran, and Benjamin Levin. The Canadian pop star has revealed on “On Air With Ryan Seacrest,” that the song is “definitely about someone in my past.”

Bieber also has another hit on iTunes. His song “Sorry,” is currently on third place. It seems like the song has bridged the gap between Bieber and his ex-flame, Selena Gomez. Entertainment Tonight(ET) reports that the singer sang “Sorry” and “My Girl” to Selena in November, while at the Montage, Beverly Hills.


@justinbieber singing my girl to this real? Pure magic.

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Meanwhile, the iTunes AU chart fourth placer is Shawn Mendes’ “Stitches.” This song is the from his album “Handwritten.” Billboard reports that “Stitches" has sold 1.3 million downloads.

“Ocean Drive” by Duke Dumont settles on the fifth spot on the iTunes list. The English DJ’s new sound has blended “the 80s pop, heavy on synths, bass guitar and Miami Vice vibes,” according to EARMILK.

Zara Larsson and MNEK’s “Never Forget You” is the sixth song at the iTunes Top 10 chart. Their collaboration has given birth to this enchanting song. The music video features a child and a mythical creature, which she believes to be her imaginary friend.

The seventh song on the chart is "Middle" by DJ Snake, featuring Bipolar. The eighth track on the Top 10 iTunes song list is “Lay It All On Me” by Rudimental. This song comes from the band’s album “We the Generation.” It also features Ed Sheeran’s vocals.

“Sweet Lovin’” by Sigala secured the ninth position on the Australian top 10 iTunes chart. This single features British singer-songwriter Bryn Christopher, also known as Skaar. As for "The Trouble with Us " by Marcus Marr and Chet Faker, it has grabbed the tenth position on the said iTunes chart. Click here to see the other songs that made it on iTunes.

Watch the Adele’s “Hello” music video here:

Source: YouTube/AdeleVEVO

Watch Duke Dumont’s music video here:

Source: YouTube/DukeDumontVEVO

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