Blurred Lines continues to hold the top spot on the US chart

Robin Thicke’s "Blurred Lines" continues to hold the number one position of the US charts for the 12th consecutive week. The second position also remained unchanged with "Roar” by Katy Perry steady in second position.

Just like last week, Perry’s song sold more copies, but Thicke secured the lead thanks to performances of his song on the radio and streaming services. "We Can not Stop" by Miley Cyrus also remained in third place - but still early to predict her controversial performance at the MTV VMAs on Sunday, will cause harm or benefit to her career . For this you will need to wait for another week.

Lady Gaga moved up two positions from last week and her single "Applause" reach the fourth position. "Radioactive's Imagine Dragons completed the top 5 of Billboard.

In the album chart, the country singer Luke Bryan’s remained at the top for a second week with over 159,000 copies sold. The second position went to John Mayer and his latest release "Paradise Valley" which sold 144,000 copies.

"Three Kings" trio of R&B TGT, "Songs From St. Somewhere" veteran Jimmy Buffet and "Doris" rapper Earl Sweatshirt were other albums that were present in the top 5.

Robin Thicke, Blurred Lines