Shortly after performing “Love on Top,” the song skyrocketed into the iTunes top 10, making it all the way to #5 before eventually falling down to #13. Despite the slight fall however, the track has officially been listed as the third single from “4-” bumping “Party” which had previously been listed at the album’s next single.
Similar results are also expected for “4,” which presently sits at #12 on the Billboard Hot 200 Albums chart. The CD is expected to experience about a 40% jump in sales, easily helping to push it back into the top ten.
According to Neilsen Soundscan, the album had a 17% decrease in sales last week, causing it to fall out of the top 10 for the first time since its arrival nearly two months ago.
Should “4” increase in sales and re-enter the top ten, it will be the first time the album has posted a weekly sales increase since its arrival.