Their poor kids.
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Now that's what we call unbelievable!
If you're a fan of pop music who used to buy CDs before the dawn of iTunes and Spotify, then chances are you remember the Now That's What I Call Music franchise.
Well, believe it or not, NOW is still making new sets, and the 93rd installment of the UK-based series just became the fastest selling album of 2016!
Apparently, 247,000 copies were sold in the album's first week — over 100k more than David Bowie's posthumous Blackstar album — meaning the physical CD business is still booming overseas.
7 Years — Lukas Graham
Love Yourself — Justin Bieber
Pillowtalk — Zayn Malik
Hymn for the Weekend — Coldplay
I Took a Pill in Ibiza (SeeB Remix) — Mike Posner
Lush Life — Zara Larsson
Fast Car — Jonas Blue featuring Dakota
Stitches — Shawn Mendes
Light It Up (Remix) — Major Lazer featuring Nyla & Fuse ODG
All My Friends — Snakehips featuring Tinashe & Chance the Rapper
Secret Love Song — Little Mix featuring Jason Derulo
Take Me Home — Jess Glynne
Army — Ellie Goulding
History — One Direction
Hands to Myself — Selena Gomez
Get Ugly — Jason Derulo
Coming Home — Sigma & Rita Ora
Ex's & Oh's — Elle King
Stevie Knows — Olly Murs
Worry — Jack Garratt
If You Ever Want to Be in Love — James Bay
A Bridge over You — The Lewisham & Greenwich NHS Choir
Sounds like a hit to us!
Are U one of the thousands who made Now That's What I Call Music 93 the fastest selling UK album of 2016??
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