Bruce Springsteen Back on Top of the Charts With “High Hopes”
Jersey legend Bruce Springsteen is back with a new album. "High Hopes" was released January 13 with twelve new songs including the self-titled track "High Hopes".
The album was accidentally leaked last month by Amazon, where fans of The Boss could download each song.
According to Reuters,the album from the 64-year-old rocker sold 99,000 copies in its opening week to top the soundtrack of the film "Frozen," which had topped the charts for the past two weeks and sold 87,000 copies last week, according to figures from Nielsen SoundScan.
Springsteen now has the third-most albums to reach the top of the weekly Billboard chart, surpassing Elvis Presley and trailing only rapper Jay Z, who has 13 No. 1 albums, and the Beatles' record 19 chart-topping albums, Billboard said.