Sales of Timberlake’s new album beat expectations in first week


U.S. singer Justin Timberlake arrives for the BRIT Awards at the O2 Arena in LondonLOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Justin Timberlake’s first album since 2006 made a bumper U.S. debut, selling an unexpectedly better 968,000 copies in the first week since its release, according to figures on Tuesday from Nielsen SoundScan. “The 20/20 Experience” gave Timberlake, 32, the top spot on this week’s Billboard 200 album chart and marked the singer’s best solo effort yet. The heavily-promoted release from the former N’Sync boy band singer had been expected to sell about 750,000 copies in its first week. …

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