The top 10 songs and albums on the iTunes Store


The Associated Press

iTunes' Official Music Charts for the week ending July 14, 2014:

Top Songs

1. Dirt,Florida Georgia Line

2. Rude, MAGIC!

3. Fancy (feat. Charli XCX), Iggy Azalea

4. Stay With Me ,Sam Smith

5. Problem (feat. Iggy Azalea),Ariana Grande

6. Am I Wrong,Nico & Vinz

7. Maps, Maroon 5

8. Boom Clap, Charli XCX

9. Chandelier, Sia

10.Wiggle (feat. Snoop Dogg), Jason Derulo

Top Albums

1. 1000 Forms of Fear, Sia

2. In the Lonely Hour, Sam Smith

3. x, Ed Sheeran

4. Trigga, Trey Songz

5. 3 AM - The EP, Jacob Whitesides

6. Don't Kill the Magic,MAGIC!

7. Sound of Change, Dirty Heads

8. Begin Again,Various Artists

9. 5 Seconds of Summer, 5 Seconds of Summer

10.Closer, Mike Stud

(copyright) 2014 Apple Inc.

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