Lady GaGa's one EMMY award winning music DVD, 'Monster Ball Tour' AT MSG, tops this week's Billboard's Top Music Video-Films.HBO special featuring one of the hottest tours of 2010-2011, Lady GaGa's tour 'The Monster Ball',has sold more than 25,000 copies(last week).
The music video,has the highest total for a music video-film since Beyonce's 'I Am..Tour' which debuted with 37,000 copies back in 2010.
Lady Gaga's latest single 'Marry The Night' has re-entered Billboard's Hot 100 and it is now on rank 97!Marry The Night is the fifth cut from the Born This Way album and it has already sold thousands.Moreover, the video preview that Lady GaGa herself released as a teaser from her upcoming music video has about 5,000,000 views in just 6 days of its availabilty on Lady GaGa's VEVO.
Marry The Night is also ranked: (and it is just the beginning)
- #24 On Pop Songs
- #65 On Radio Songs
- #42 On Billboard Canada
- #23 On YouTube
After Lady Gaga's historic start atop the Billboard 200 chart with 1.11 million sold of her "Born This Way" album, according to Nielsen SoundScan, the diva spends a second frame at No. 1 for second week.The 'Born This Way' album sold over 180K copies in the USA this week, bringing its total to 1,370,000 units.The album is already the second best-selling CD album of the year behind Adele’s 21.
Lady Gaga's "Born This Way" album debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart with 1,108,000 copies sold in its first week, according to Nielsen SoundScan. It's only the 17th album to sell a million in a week since SoundScan began tracking sales data in 1991, and the highest sales week since 2005.
"Born This Way" also marks Gaga's first No. 1 album — "The Fame" debut peaked at No. 2, while "The Fame Monster" EP reached No. 5 and dance effort "The Remix" hit No. 6.Additionally, Gaga is only the fifth woman to notch a million-plus week. Continue reading
She worked hard for every single copy sold, but it looks like Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way” will join the rarified club of artists whose album sells more than 1 million copies in its opening week. Lady Gaga poised to sail past 1 million on Billboard 200 next week
Original predictions were that “Born This Way” would move around 800,000 copies, but that was before Amazon sold it for 99 cents for two days. The promotion, as troubled as it was by some downloading problems, will help send the album over the 1.15 million mark, predicts Billboard. The last artist to surpass the mark was Taylor Swift with "Speak Now" last fall.
Lady Gaga's second full-length album is out and you can find it here!In this sense there are many reviews on the album,which you can read below:
Early critical reaction to Born This Way has been highly positive. Dan Martin of NME gave Born This Way a positive review saying, "Gaga doesn't know when to hold back – and it's a damn good thing." According to Martin, the sound was a departure from her last two albums and was a reflection of Gaga's fanbase. "As if Gaga, having already (in her own head at least) fused herself with her fanbase to create a singular entity, she wants to weld physically to her synthesisers as if to create one all-powerful dreadnought of self-empowerment. For the most part this is one relentless torrent of heavy-metal-rave-pop. At the very least it’s a triumph in sound engineering." The hype and Gaga's boundary-pushing preceding the album was criticized, but the album "passed… with flying colors" pushing musical boundaries to its "ultimate degree." Continue reading