Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart and Billboard 200 Album Chart (Top 10 Single and Albums in the USA): Gotye takes the #1 spot for singles and Lionel Richie takes the #1 spot on the album charts (Issue Date: April 28, 2012)

April 21, 2012 by  

The following are the top 10 songs in the United States from the Billboard Hot 100 Music Charts:

NOTE: Gotye at #1, fun. feat Janelle Monae at #2  and The Wanted at #3.

  1. Gotye feat. Kimbra – Somebody that I Used to Know
  2. fun. feat. Janelle Monae – We Are Young
  3. The Wanted – Glad You Came
  4. One Direction – What Makes You Beautiful
  5. Justin Bieber – Boyfriend
  6. Flo Rida feat. Sia – Wild Ones
  7. Nicki Minaj – Starships
  8. Carly Rae Jepsen – Call Me Maybe
  9. Kelly Clarkson – Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)
  10. Katy Perry – Part of Me

The following are the top 10 albums in America from the Billboard 200 Album Charts:

NOTE: Nicki Minaj at #1, Adele at #2 and Rascal Flatts at #3.

  1. Lionel Richie – Tuskegee
  2. Adele – 21
  3. Nicki Minaj – Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded
  4. Monica – New Life
  5. One Direction – Up All Night
  6. Bonnie Raitt – Slipstream
  7. Gotye – Making Mirrors
  8. Alabama Shakes – Boys & Girls
  9. Rascal Flatts – Changed
  10. Hoodie Allen – All American (EP)

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