I knew this song will get to number one. I've always loved this song and was one of the few people who believed in this song when it was first released while everyone else was slamming it for being her worst single and that it won't do well commercially. SLAY bitches
"Diamonds" is actually really good. Really similar fate to "We Found Love" as it took a little while to grow on people, debuting low and then rising to the top. Let's see if it gets the same kind of massive success .
The album SUCKS. If GGGB, "Rated R," and "Loud" can't get number one but this mess can .
WHEN BLACK FRIDAY COMES: Today's HITS album sales chart has just closed and we’re already peering into our crystal ball for next week, folks, thanks to one-day sales reports from those retailers around the country who haven’t succumbed to tryptophan shock. Heading into holiday weekend, our retail experts ask for your indulgence, with a greater than usual margin of error due to cranberry consumption. Look for Def Jam/IDJ chanteuse Rihanna’s Unapologetic to sell between 240-260k, her biggest debut ever, which is probably good enough to make her #1 next week. Atlantic’s Kid Rock takes advantage of his availability at iTunes for the first time with an estimate of 160-180k for his new, pro-Mitt Romney album, Rebel Soul. 19/InterscopeAmerican Idol winner Phillip Phillips’ The World from the Side of the Moon will bow with between 140-160k. Atlantic/Rhino’s Led Zeppelin CD/DVD Celebration, recorded at their much-ballyhooed reunion show at London’s 02 Arena in 2007, should do in the 90-100k range. Geffen diva Keyshia Cole’s Woman to Woman is on target for 75-85k, while 19/RCAIdol album Kelly Clarkson’s greatest hits compilation looks good for 45-50k. RCA Urban pop crossover star Pitbull’s Global Warning should do 35-40k, while Capitol stalwart Coldplay’s Live 2012 CD/DVD will sell in the 30-35k range. (11/20p)