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luni, 11 martie 2013

Rihanna shines bright...

    ...for a third week atop the Romanian Top 100. According to our ally Media Forest, Rihanna's "Diamonds" has been played for a total of 490 plays on the main radio/TV music stations in Romania for the past 7 days. As of the week-ending March 10, 2013 the song spends a third consecutive week atop the airplay based chart and gains 2 spins more than the last week (~+5% up). The previous weeks, it gathered 488, respectively 481 plays. BELOW YOU CAN SEE THE RADIO / TV STATISTICS.



    This is the Barbadian diva's sixth number-one in Romania, following "Umbrella", "Disturbia", "Rude Boy", "Love the Way You Lie" and "Only Girl (In the World)" with the last tree all being number-ones during the current decade. She is also the artist with the most top-five hit single in our national chart history, five other singles of her reaching the top five (namely "Don't Stop the Music", "Russian Roulette", "S&M", "Man Down" and "We Found Love"). All in today, this is RiRi's second most lengthy chart topper, only behind "Rude Boy" which spent two more weeks in the summit.
    On the other hand, this week's runner-up is Asaf Avidan's "One Day" with 429 spins. It was also the number-one of the video chart, but it was dethroned on this week by "Diamonds". On the digital chart, "Diamonds" stills holds at number-one, marking over 13,500 donwloadable units sold within the first 6 months. Hurt's album 'Exile' also debuts within the top 200 albums chart, while P!nk's 'The Truth About Love' reached its 5,000th digital download. On the physical albums chart, we have INNA with her third studio album - 'PARTY NEVER ENDS' debuting at a rather underwhelming position just outside the top 10 (#11).

    This is all for the time being, don't forget to check on Mediaforest.ro for the weekly charts and the newly introduced international charts for Moldova, the UK and France.

                               Bucharest, March 11, 2013 8:45 AM GMT +1

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