Yeah, yeah, yeah!
There can be nothing better than having an album that can still sell,sell,sell after eight years on the market — and Usher can admit to that.
According to Nielsen SoundScan, the Climax singer reached over 10 million in sales this week for his 2004 record, Confessions, making it 19th album to hit this great achievement since the company started tracking in 1991.
Eminem's, The Eminem Show, is the last music collection that sold over 10 million copies, but Metallica's, Metallica, has never been passed up in sales with 15.8 million units!
Billboard reports that Usher's masterpiece sold 2,000 copies last week, and when the album was released, it debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 chart selling more than 1 million units in a single week.
Yeah!, Burn, and Confessions II really had an impact on the music world, and will continue to blast through our sound systems hard!
Luckily for the artist, the songstress didn't get to Roll in too Deep because he still achieved the milestone!
Work it out, Raymond!
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