2Pac takes top spot in
latest Billboard chart
Cougar Entertainment Services
In the Billboard 200, 2Pac makes a successful
posthumous debut in the top spot with his album, Until the End of Time,
dropping Shaggy's Hotshot to second place. According to Soundscan,
2Pac's latest copies sold more than 426,800 albums in the United States
Everyday from Dave Matthews Band
holds third place after a successful five weeks in the charts. Part
III from 112 falls to fourth after debuting last week in second place,
and Dido jumps from seventh to fifth place with No Angel, shooting
Trick Daddy's Thugs Are Us and Aerosmith's Just Push Play
down four spots each.
The Billboard Hot 100 singles list has
a new chart topper. After becoming MTV's first "Icon" and securing a slate
in VH1 Divas Live: The One And Only Aretha Franklin (airing April
10), Janet Jackson takes the first spot with "All For You."
Destiny's Child gains two spots from last
week, landing in number two with "Survivor." Maintaining third place with
"Angel" is Shaggy (featuring Raybon). Crazy Town's "Butterfly" loses the
top spot, falling to number four in the charts. And Case makes a huge leap
from 37th to fifth place with "Missing You." The single was released commercially
March 27 on enhanced CDs featuring an exclusive remix of "Missing You."