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- Posted on Apr 4th 2007 1:00PM by Gaylord Fields
This is why Mims is hot. This is why Mims is hot. This is why, this is why, this is why Mims is hot. He's hot 'cause he's No. 4. You ain't 'cause you're not. This is why, this is why, this is why Mims is hot.
And on a note completely unrelated to the New York rapper's Top Five chart debut with his first album, 'Music Is My Savior,' please check out our list of the 20 Worst Lyrics Ever.
In other chart news:
- It seems as if Spinner's vaunted proprietary grip on Amy Winehouse isn't nearly as tight as the one she has on her bottle: The boozy chantoozie's 'Back to Black' has been steadily courting a new audience, settling in at No. 12 in its third week and once again selling in the 45K range. We knew you when, Ames.
- In regard to our Rock 'n' Roll Nobility, Sir Elton John's 'Rocket Man: Number Ones' debuted at No. 9, with almost 50K sold, and Dame Stephanie Lynn Nicks (if only!) had her 'Crystal Visions: The Very Best of Stevie Nicks' chart at No. 20 in its first week, selling in the 34K range. We dub thee still relevant.
- The Stetson-hatted male half of a famous country couple and the 24th in a series of compilations of today's pop singles debuted at Nos. 1 and 2, respectively. Also, Pope spotted in vicinity of Catholic church.
The top five albums for the week ending April 1st:
- 'Let It Go,' Tim McGraw (325,000 sold in 1st week)
- 'Now 24,' Various Artists (230,000 in 1st week)
- 'Buck the World,' Young Buck (140,000 in 1st week)
- 'Music Is My Savior,' Mims (77,500 in 1st week)
- 'Konvicted,' Akon (67,000 in 20th week, 2 million total)