The duo, now calling themselves "The Throne," released their highly-anticipated album, "Watch the Throne" on iTunes. In just a matter of hours, it skyrocketed to number one in twenty three countries. The joint venture features other music stars including, Frank Ocean, Curtis Mayfield and Jay-Z's better half, Beyonce.
"Watch the Throne" will be available to other retailers on August 12.
Another collaboration that's topping charts is Enrique Iglesias' "Dirty Dancer" with Usher and Lil Wayne. The catchy tune is number one on the Billboard Dance Club charts, the 9th single by the Latin star to do so, his third in a row. Enrique is currently on the road promoting this single and other songs off his "Euphoria" album.
Holding its lead on the Pop charts for a second week in a row is Katy Perry's "Last Friday Night." The provocative star continues to sit at number 2 on the Top 100, right behind LMFAO's "Party Rock Anthem."
Fox 411 caught up with multi-platinum pop singer, Jason Derulo who dished on his second studio album "Future History." The crooner describes it as "a midpoint to what I've built and the beginning of what the future will be." Derulo also says that the success of his first album actually made it easier to make a second with "no boundaries." The album hits shelves this fall.
We also sat down with Gavin Rossdale who is reinstating his position as Bush front-man after a solo career. The rocker talks about his return and say he loves the "shared camaraderie" of being in a band. Rossdale describes the new material as "classic Bush" with "progressive elements to it." Their come-back album "The Sea of Memories" is due for release on September 13, after being postponed for a year.
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