Robin Thicke’s Blurred Lines Makes it to the Top of the U.S Charts on its 8th Consecutive Week [PHOTOS]
By charmaine corne clutton | August 2, 2013 2:29 PM EST
Robin Thicke is definitely the stud.
His latest single featuring T.I and Pharell Williams tops the U.S Music charts again. It has been the number 1 song on the chart for 8 consecutive weeks.
Report was given by BillBoard.com. Taking the second spot is One Direction's "Best Song Ever" closely followed by Miley Cyrus' latest "Twerking" song "We Can't Stop". At number four is "Radioactive" by Imagine Dragons and "Get Lucky" by Daft Punk, which also features Pharell Williams.
Looks like William's has a knack for being in the Top 10. The singer is featured in two of the songs that are on the top ten U.S charts.
Taking the 6th place on the charts is "Treasure" by Bruno Mars, seventh place is Jay Z's "Holy Grail" that features N'Sync's former singer, Justin Timberlake. "Cups" by Anna Kendrick takes the eighth spot and "Cant Hold Us" by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis grab the ninth spot on the charts.
Finally in the tenth spot is "Cruise" by Nelly.
Keep purchasing their music and let's see if the racy, but fab, "Blurred Lines" makes it to the top spot once again next week.
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