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  • AS OF WEEK ENDING MAY 17TH, 2018

    ICON

    ALBUM SALES: 104,430
    ALBUMS W/TEA 342,536
    ALBUMS W/TEA W/SEA ON-DEMAND AUDIO 415,803
    ALBUMS W/TEA W/SEA ON-DEMAND 447,261
    STREAMING ON-DEMAND 157,088,121

    NUMBER ONES
    AS OF WEEK ENDING MAY 17TH, 2018

    ALBUM SALES: 309,204 (618,408 units)
    DIGITAL: 104,119
    PHYSCIAL: 205,085
    ALBUMS W/TEA 970,994
    ALBUMS W/TEA W/SEA ON-DEMAND AUDIO 1,135,671
    ALBUMS W/TEA W/SEA ON-DEMAND 1,239,192
    STREAMING ON-DEMAND 402,297,877

    NOTHING
    Digital Track Sales: 54,255
    Songs w/ses-On demand audio: 56,951
    Songs w/ses on-demand 57,323
    Streaming On-Demand 1,109,081

    MAKE ME
    Digital Track Sales: 65,756
    Songs w/ses-On demand audio: 72,457
    Songs w/ses on-demand 77,642
    Streaming On-Demand 1,782,947
    Gone.

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    • I'll make a new, updated and extended graphics for the US sales, in the next few days.
      Gone.

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      • "Number Ones" should be certified Platinum, maybe 2X Platinum since it's a double album.

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        • DISCIPLINE

          ALBUM SALES: 457,416
          ALBUMS W/TEA 575,651
          ALBUMS W/TEA W/SEA ON-DEMAND AUDIO 583,519
          ALBUMS W/TEA W/SEA ON-DEMAND 590,778
          STREAMING ON-DEMAND 22,689,788
          Gone.

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          • Originally posted by LostAvenger
            "Number Ones" should be certified Platinum, maybe 2X Platinum since it's a double album.
            Platinum, I think.

            And maybe "Icon" could be Gold including shipment? What is RIAA counting, TEA?
            Gone.

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            • Discipline should be certified Gold.
              Michael Jackson ?
              Janet Jackson ?
              Beyoncι ?
              Whitney Houston ?
              Mariah Carey ?
              Bruno Mars ?

              http://www.lastfm.com.br/user/MarlonSerpa

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              • So I just checked Chartmasters and these should be her worldwide single sales (pure) if I got their numbers right:

                Janet Jackson Era:

                Young Love 230,000
                Come Give Your Love to Me 290,000

                Dream Street Era:

                Don't Stand Another Chance 120,000

                Control Era:

                Control 1,100,000
                Nasty 1,640,000
                What Have You Done For Me Lately 1,720,000
                The Pleasure Principle 655,000
                When I Think of You 1,610,000
                Let's Wait Awhile 1,515,000
                Funny How Time Flies (When You're Having Fun) 275,000

                Rhythm Nation 1814 Era:

                Rhythm Nation 1,500,000
                Miss You Much 1,860,000
                Love Will Never Do (Without You) 1,300,000
                Alright 1,170,000
                Escapade 1,610,000
                Black Cat 1,310,000
                Come Back to Me 1,210,000
                State of the World 10,000

                Janet. Era:

                That's The Way Love Goes 3,070,000
                You Want This 840,000
                If 1,930,000
                Because of Love 520,000
                Again 1,970,000
                Any Time, Any Place 1,450,000
                Whoops Now 530,000

                The Velvet Rope Era:

                Got 'Til It's Gone 1,090,000
                Go Deep 310,000
                Together Again 3,920,000
                Every Time 170,000
                I Get Lonely 1,850,000

                All For You Era:

                All For You 2,160,000
                Son of a Gun 340,000
                Someone to Call My Lover 615,000
                Doesn't Really Matter 1,255,000

                Damita Jo Era:

                All Nite (Don't Stop) 290,000
                I Want You 110,000
                Just a Little a Little While 70,000

                20 Y.O. Era:

                Call On Me 370,000
                So Excited 220,000

                Discipline Era:

                Feedback 1,325,000
                Rock With U 155,000

                Unbreakable Era:

                No Sleeep 225,000
                Unbreakable 100,000
                Dammn Baby 75,000

                Are y'all convinced? 'Cause I'm not. :-?
                https://youtu.be/1iRbIYkccgw

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                • Originally posted by JeremySpears
                  So I just checked Chartmasters and these should be her worldwide single sales (pure) if I got their numbers right:

                  Are y'all convinced? 'Cause I'm not. :-?
                  They seem good, you're forgetting that singles sales were low, and that she doesn't have that many global hits...

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                  • They are selling tracks now, for $0.69, not singles. If we count tracks on these singles separately, it's a different story. I think that you have to sell around 300 million tracks for the revenue of 40,000,000 physical singles sold. Correct me if I'm wrong, I'm not sure how much it cost back in the 90s and the 80s. $5?
                    Gone.

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                    • Originally posted by JeremySpears

                      Unbreakable Era:

                      No Sleeep 225,000
                      Unbreakable 100,000
                      Dammn Baby 75,000

                      Are y'all convinced? 'Cause I'm not. :-?
                      "No Sleeep" sold 353,006 in the States, as of May 17th 2018. If he underestimated that, he could've underestimated everything.

                      No Sleeep (feat. J Cole) + No Sleeep (PKCZ Remix)
                      Digital Track Sales: 174,823

                      No Sleeep
                      Digital Track Sales: 178,183

                      The single was also available on 7" vinyl. Of course, that couldn't sell a lot.

                      ICON also sold more in the States, according to SoundScan, than worldwide, according to ChartMasters.
                      Gone.

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                      • WW Single Sales as of Chartmasters.com = 53,965,000
                        Physical: 40,635,000
                        Digital: 13,330,000


                        Physical Single Sales = 40,635,000

                        Janet Jackson (1982) – 201,000 equivalent albums // 670,000 Singles
                        Young Love – 230,000
                        Come Give Your Love to Me – 290,000
                        Remaining Singles – 150,000

                        Dream Street (1984) – 66,000 equivalent albums // 220,000 Singles (890,000)
                        Don’t Stand Another Chance – 120,000
                        Remaining Singles – 100,000

                        Control (1986) – 2,118,000 equivalent albums / 7,060,000 Singles (7,950,000)
                        Control – 1,000,000
                        Nasty – 1,290,000
                        What Have You Done for Me Lately – 1,470,000
                        The Pleasure Principle – 530,000
                        When I Think of You – 1,410,000
                        Let’s Wait Awhile – 1,340,000
                        Funny How Time Flies (When You’re Having Fun) – 20,000

                        Rhythm Nation 1814 (1989) – 2,601,000 equivalent albums / 8,670,000 Singles (16,620,000)
                        Rhythm Nation – 1,250,000
                        Miss You Much – 1,610,000
                        Love Will Never Do (Without You) – 1,150,000
                        Alright – 1,020,000
                        Escapade – 1,310,000
                        Black Cat – 1,210,000
                        Come Back to Me – 1,110,000
                        State of the World – 10,000

                        Janet (1993) – 2,448,000 equivalent albums / 8,160,000 Singles (24,780,000)
                        That’s the Way Love Goes – 2,270,000
                        You Want This – 840,000
                        If – 1,280,000
                        Because of Love – 520,000
                        Again – 1,670,000
                        Any Time, Any Place – 1,050,000
                        Whoops Now – 530,000

                        The Velvet Rope (1997) – 1,632,000 equivalent albums / 5,440,000 Singles (30,220,000)
                        Got ’til It’s Gone – 490,000
                        Go Deep – 160,000
                        Together Again – 3,220,000
                        Every Time – 70,000
                        I Get Lonely – 1,500,000

                        All for You (2001) – 906,000 equivalent albums / 3,020,000 Singles (33,240,000)
                        All for You – 1,260,000
                        Son of a Gun (I Betcha Think This Song Is About You) – 240,000
                        Someone to Call My Lover – 440,000
                        Doesn’t Really Matter – 1,080,000

                        Damita Jo (2004) – 36,000 equivalent albums / 120,000 Singles (33,360,000)
                        All Nite (Don’t Stop) – 40,000
                        I Want You – 10,000
                        Just a Little While – 70,000

                        20 Y.O. (2006) – 27,000 equivalent albums / 90,000 Singles (33,450,000)
                        So Excited – 20,000
                        Call on Me – 70,000

                        Discipline (2008) – 9,000 equivalent albums / 30,000 Singles (33,480,000)
                        Feedback – 25,000
                        Rock with U – 5,000

                        Orphan – 2,147,000 equivalent albums / 7,155,000 Singles (40,635,000)
                        Diamonds – 820,000
                        Making Love in the Rain – 150,000
                        The Best Things in Life Are Free – 1,410,000
                        Scream – 1,660,000
                        Runaway – 1,170,000
                        Twenty Foreplay – 80,000
                        What’s It Gonna Be?! – 1,110,000
                        Luv Me, Luv Me – 170,000
                        Girlfriend / Boyfriend – 440,000
                        Feel It Boy – 140,000
                        Don’t Worry – 5,000



                        Digital Single Sales = 13,330,000


                        Janet Jackson (1982) – 2,000 equivalent albums / 20,000 Digital Singles
                        Remaining tracks – 20,000

                        Dream Street (1984) – 1,000 equivalent albums / 10,000 Digital Singles (30,000)
                        Remaining tracks – 10,000

                        Control (1986) – 130,000 equivalent albums / 1,300,000 Digital Singles (1,330,000)
                        Control – 100,000
                        Nasty – 350,000
                        What Have You Done for Me Lately – 250,000
                        The Pleasure Principle – 125,000
                        When I Think of You – 200,000
                        Let’s Wait Awhile – 175,000
                        Funny How Time Flies (When You’re Having Fun) – 75,000
                        Remaining tracks – 25,000

                        Rhythm Nation 1814 (1989) – 140,000 equivalent albums / 1,400,000 Digital Singles (2,730,000)
                        Rhythm Nation – 250,000
                        Miss You Much – 250,000
                        Love Will Never Do (Without You) – 150,000
                        Alright – 150,000
                        Escapade – 300,000
                        Black Cat – 100,000
                        Come Back to Me – 100,000
                        Remaining tracks – 100,000

                        Janet (1993) – 240,000 equivalent albums / 2,400,000 Digital Singles (5,130,000)
                        That’s the Way Love Goes – 800,000
                        If – 650,000
                        Again – 300,000
                        Any Time, Any Place – 400,000
                        Remaining tracks – 250,000
                        The Velvet Rope (1997) – 220,000 equivalent albums / 2,200,000 Digital Singles (7,330,000)
                        Got ’til It’s Gone – 600,000
                        Go Deep – 150,000
                        Together Again – 700,000
                        Every Time – 100,000
                        I Get Lonely – 350,000
                        Remaining tracks – 300,000

                        All for You (2001) – 150,000 equivalent albums / 1,500,000 Digital Singles (8,830,000)
                        All for You – 900,000
                        Son of a Gun (I Betcha Think This Song Is About You) – 100,000
                        Someone to Call My Lover – 175,000
                        Doesn’t Really Matter – 175,000
                        Remaining tracks – 150,000

                        Damita Jo (2004) – 55,000 equivalent albums / 550,000 Digital Singles (9,380,000)
                        All Nite (Don’t Stop) – 250,000
                        I Want You – 100,000
                        Remaining tracks – 200,000

                        20 Y.O. (2006) – 65,000 equivalent albums / 650,000 Digital Singles (10,030,000)
                        So Excited – 200,000
                        Call on Me – 300,000
                        Remaining tracks – 150,000

                        Discipline (2008) – 165,000 equivalent albums / 1,650,000 Digital Singles (11,680,000)
                        Feedback – 1,300,000
                        Rock with U – 150,000
                        Remaining tracks – 200,000

                        Unbreakable (2015) – 45,000 equivalent albums / 450,000 Digital Singles (12,130,000)
                        Unbreakable – 100,000
                        Dammn Baby – 75,000
                        No Sleeep – 225,000
                        Remaining tracks – 50,000

                        Orphan – 120,000 equivalent albums / 1,200,000 Digital Singles (13,330,000)
                        Scream – 700,000
                        What’s It Gonna Be?! – 200,000
                        Remaining tracks – 300,000

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                        • Originally posted by Bojan
                          Originally posted by JeremySpears

                          Unbreakable Era:

                          No Sleeep 225,000
                          Unbreakable 100,000
                          Dammn Baby 75,000

                          Are y'all convinced? 'Cause I'm not. :-?
                          "No Sleeep" sold 353,006 in the States, as of May 17th 2018. If he underestimated that, he could've underestimated everything.

                          No Sleeep (feat. J Cole) + No Sleeep (PKCZ Remix)
                          Digital Track Sales: 174,823

                          No Sleeep
                          Digital Track Sales: 178,183

                          The single was also available on 7" vinyl. Of course, that couldn't sell a lot.

                          ICON also sold more in the States, according to SoundScan, than worldwide, according to ChartMasters.
                          Where did you see that? The last time I saw No Sleeep has 100K
                          Michael Jackson ?
                          Janet Jackson ?
                          Beyoncι ?
                          Whitney Houston ?
                          Mariah Carey ?
                          Bruno Mars ?

                          http://www.lastfm.com.br/user/MarlonSerpa

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                          • Originally posted by Bojan
                            Originally posted by JeremySpears

                            Unbreakable Era:

                            No Sleeep 225,000
                            Unbreakable 100,000
                            Dammn Baby 75,000

                            Are y'all convinced? 'Cause I'm not. :-?
                            "No Sleeep" sold 353,006 in the States, as of May 17th 2018. If he underestimated that, he could've underestimated everything.

                            No Sleeep (feat. J Cole) + No Sleeep (PKCZ Remix)
                            Digital Track Sales: 174,823

                            No Sleeep
                            Digital Track Sales: 178,183

                            The single was also available on 7" vinyl. Of course, that couldn't sell a lot.

                            ICON also sold more in the States, according to SoundScan, than worldwide, according to ChartMasters.
                            That is correct. He claims worldwide sales of Icon at 100,000. It's physical album has scanned over 100,000.

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                            • Originally posted by BhiveDiva
                              Where did you see that? The last time I saw No Sleeep has 100K
                              I find those sales questionable too
                              Both solo and feat version combined spent only 12 days in top 100 on itunes.

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                              • Originally posted by thebigham
                                Through the 5/26 Billboard charts:

                                Unbreakable (album)

                                AS OF WEEK ENDING MAY 17TH, 2018

                                ALBUM SALES: 272,488
                                ALBUMS W/TEA 305,300
                                ALBUMS W/TEA W/SEA ON-DEMAND AUDIO 338,401
                                ALBUMS W/TEA W/SEA ON-DEMAND 358,633 - I think this is the total SPS figure. Not enough for Gold.
                                Originally posted by Bojan
                                AS OF WEEK ENDING MAY 17TH, 2018

                                ICON

                                ALBUM SALES: 104,430
                                ALBUMS W/TEA 342,536
                                ALBUMS W/TEA W/SEA ON-DEMAND AUDIO 415,803
                                ALBUMS W/TEA W/SEA ON-DEMAND 447,261
                                STREAMING ON-DEMAND 157,088,121

                                NUMBER ONES
                                AS OF WEEK ENDING MAY 17TH, 2018

                                ALBUM SALES: 309,204 (618,408 units)
                                DIGITAL: 104,119
                                PHYSCIAL: 205,085
                                ALBUMS W/TEA 970,994
                                ALBUMS W/TEA W/SEA ON-DEMAND AUDIO 1,135,671
                                ALBUMS W/TEA W/SEA ON-DEMAND 1,239,192
                                STREAMING ON-DEMAND 402,297,877
                                I assume these figures are official and not estimations…

                                Where did you get them???

                                I'm really surprissed with the ICON album sales/total units. It could be eligible for Gold eventually despite never charting on BB200.


                                If only her old labels cared to update her certifications…


                                @Bojan,

                                Regarding the "No Sleeep" sales, I think those 178,183 cover all versions of the song.

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                                • Originally posted by nympho



                                  Regarding the "No Sleeep" sales, I think those 178,183 cover all versions of the song.
                                  Think so too and even that seems to be too much for the US alone imo. I mean how many weeks did the song spend on the Hot 100?
                                  https://youtu.be/1iRbIYkccgw

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                                  • These are official SoundScan figures. I'm not the only one getting them but I can't share the source.

                                    And even if you ignore "No Sleeep," you can see that "Icon" sold more in the USA, according to SoundScan than worldwide, according to ChartMasters (which is still only one guy who is now trying to save his damaged reputation on Twitter because I shared this).
                                    Gone.

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                                    • 2 weeks on hot 100

                                      1 week in digital sales# 35

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                                      • Re: Janet Jackson :: Charts & Sales History

                                        Number ones could be 1 platinun because only cd counts twice

                                        620 physical digital...
                                        700 streaming tracks equivalents on demand

                                        1.320.000 ????
                                        Platinum

                                        .

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                                        • Bojan where i found this information about othet artists???

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                                          • Re: Janet Jackson :: Charts & Sales History

                                            I'm a little confused. Why do people keep quoting ChartMasters? I've seen the SoundScan reports as well. His facts are terribly wrong. Why do people treat it like he's THE source?

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                                            • Its not easy try collected information about any country like he did.
                                              I respect your job. Coul be errors. But he try.

                                              Many sources fails or not tell all information like newspapper or magazines or same sites.

                                              He make estimations. Many informations is correct.

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                                              • Re: Janet Jackson :: Charts & Sales History

                                                Well.... focusing in this No Sleeep's sales... It seems too high for the performance that it had. How did it manage to sell the same amount of Focus' Ariana Grande for example if the last one had much better chart-run and peak in digital chart?

                                                And about Chartmasters I think he is very accurate, sometimes he shows more sense than official sources.
                                                Michael Jackson ?
                                                Janet Jackson ?
                                                Beyoncι ?
                                                Whitney Houston ?
                                                Mariah Carey ?
                                                Bruno Mars ?

                                                http://www.lastfm.com.br/user/MarlonSerpa

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                                                • Originally posted by BhiveDiva
                                                  Well.... focusing in this No Sleeep's sales... It seems too high for the performance that it had. How did it manage to sell the same amount of Focus' Ariana Grande for example if the last one had much better chart-run and peak in digital chart?

                                                  And about Chartmasters I think he is very accurate, sometimes he shows more sense than official sources.
                                                  There were digital cards that were "sold" on tour with purchase. That COULD be why. I'm not sure.

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                                                  • It’s pretty simple, actually.

                                                    According to what it has been posted here today with Soundscan figures:

                                                    Unbreakable (album)

                                                    ALBUM SALES: 272,488
                                                    ALBUMS W/TEA 305,300

                                                    TEA= Track Equivalent Albums
                                                    305,300 - 272,488 = 32,812

                                                    Ratio for TEA is 1/10
                                                    328,212 tracks sold from Unbreakable.

                                                    So obviously “No Sleeep” sales cannot be 353k.

                                                    @Bojan, you (or the person who gave you the info), added the track total and the song total.
                                                    Digital Tracks and Digital Songs are different charts.

                                                    [spoiler:9oabn4kl]The Hot Digital Tracks chart is a song popularity chart that ranks the best selling digital tracks in the United States according to Billboard magazine. It is not to be confused with the Hot Digital Songs chart, which combines different versions of songs for a summarized figure (for example remixes, "explicit" or "clean" versions, and/or any other alternate versions can chart separately here, whereas all versions of the same track occupy only one position on Hot Digital Songs[/spoiler:9oabn4kl]

                                                    178,183 is the song total with all its versions.


                                                    (Which means 150k sold for the rest of the tracks on the album)

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