Inside this week's sales and streaming winners and losers, including Prince, Lady Antebellum and Blake Shelton
Meghan Trainor, Taylor Swift and Jessie battle for Hot 100 supremacy
"My fans will understand and I thank them for informing me about the extortionate tickets prices already being listed on some websites," singer writes
Plus, looking forward to Taylor Swift's album and reassessing Christian rapper Lecrae
Will the streaming service bought for $3 billion remain in Apple's long-term vision?
As Tidal and Deezer enter the U.S., will they find an untapped market or disinterested fans?
Jhene Aiko, Ryan Adams and Interpol also crack the Top 10
While some promoters were forced to rely on Groupon to fill seats, sold-out stadium shows came back for the first time in two decades
Record store owners, artist reps and U2's manager Guy Oseary weigh in on the band's plan to distribute 'Songs of Innocence' direct to iTunes
A massive price slash also drives Bob Marley & the Wailers' 'Legend' back into the Top 10
Plus, see who got the MTV Video Music Awards sales bump
The Video Vanguard Award recipient, in particular, saw sales of her singles "XO" and "Flawless" more than 1,200 pecent apiece
Meanwhile, Wiz Khalifa has scored his first-ever Number One album with 'Blacc Hollywood'
"Obviously it is a marketing boon to play halftime for the Super Bowl," says one prominent agent. "But I hope that everybody tells them to go get stuffed"
Soundtracks dominate the charts as the two superstars get ready for "Shake It Off"/"Anaconda" showdown