He may have had some of the biggest names in the music industry on his new album but Will.i.am latest creation has failed to sell!
The album is called #Willpower and only sold 29,000!
Will had help from Britney Spears, Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus, and even Chris Brown and it still failed to sell.
Have a look at the full track list below:
Billboard 200 charts:
1) Michael Bublé, To Be Loved (195,000)
2) Fantasia, Side Effects of You (91,000)
3) Justin Timberlake, The 20/20 Experience (74,000)
4) Phoenix, Bankrupt! (50,000)
5) Fall Out Boy, Save Rock and Roll (36,000)
6) Blake Shelton, Based on a True Story (36,000)
7) Rob Zombie, Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor (34,000)
8) Kid Cudi, Indicud (32,000)
9) will.i.am, #Willpower (29,000)
10) Pink, The Truth About Love (29,000)
Kelly Rowland has been talking about a solo alum for what seem’s like ages now but she has given some more details!
Her fourth album, Talk A Good Game, is going to be big because she’s only using the best of the best as she whittled down 70 songs to ONLY 12 that will make it on the album.
This is what she had to say:
“I think I recorded around 70-something songs for this album. I had to narrow it down to 12 – you know hard that is! Especially when you’re in love, like your heart pumps for 35 of them. I kept going back and forth with my A&R and my manager, we’ve all been on this incredible journey together, and they’re just like ‘Save it for the next album!’”
Then talking about the theme of the album she said:
“I decided to speak on what I was doing in my life. There’s so much talking and people gonna be like ‘Is she really talking about this on the album?’ Even down to things on Kisses Down Low. People are like, ‘you’re talking a good game right now.’ I thought it would be really cool to name the album after those reactions.”
Robbie Williams and Gary Barlow are said to be making more music together.
Robbie has also asked Gary to help him write a new song what will be on Robbie’s new solo album.
“Some songs take an age to write and some songs just fall out of your mouth completely formed, and you don’t have to think about it.
“I don’t know why that fell out of my mouth and out of my brain at that particular time – it just did.”
Robbie also said that his return to Take That was merely a time-filler during a break from his solo career:
“After the Take That reunion – a busman’s holiday, a break from my career which re-energised me in many, many ways – I wanted to come back with a massive solo album.”
His 9th solo album Take The Crown will hit the shops November 5.