What we play: this week’s top digital downloads

What we play: this week’s top digital downloads

DOWNLOADS: Christmas albums were among this week's most popular downloads. Photo:

A look at the top digital downloads this week.

iTunes’ top songs

1. “Say Something,” Christina Aguilera, A Great Big World
2. “Timber (feat. Ke$ha),” Pitbull
3. “The Monster (feat. Rihanna),” Eminem
4. “Counting Stars,” OneRepublic
5. “Let Her Go,” Passenger
6. “Story of My Life,” One Direction
7. “Royals,” Lorde
8. “Demons,” Imagine Dragons
9. “Burn,” Ellie Goulding
10. “White Walls (feat. ScHoolboy Q & Hollis),” Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

iTunes’ top albums

1. “BEYONCE,” Beyonce
2. “Because the Internet,” Childish Gambino
3. “Black Panties,” R. Kelly
4. “Wrapped In Red,” Kelly Clarkson
5. “The Grohl Sessions, Vol. 1 – EP,” Zac Brown Band
6. “Frozen,” Various Artists
7. “PTXmas,” Pentatonix
8. “The Marshall Mathers LP2,” Eminem
9. “Pure Heroine,” Lorde
10. “Midnight Memories,” One Direction

Google Play top songs

1. “Counting Stars,” OneRepublic
2. “Pure Heroine,” Lorde
3. “The Monster,” Eminem
4. “Say Something(feat. Christina Augilera),” A Great Big World
5. “Let Her Go,” Passenger
6. “Timber,” Pitbull feat. Kesha
7. “Demons,” Imagine Dragons
8. “White Walls,” (feat. ScHoolboy Q & Hollis,)” Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
9. “Bottoms Up,” Brantley Gilbert
10. “We Own It,” 2 Chainz

Google Play top albums

1. “Christmas,” Michael Buble’
2. “A Mary Christmas,” Mary J. Blige
3. “The Essential NOW That’s What I Call Christmas,” Various
4. “The Marshall Mathers LP 2,” Eminem
5. “Underground Luxury,” B.O.B.
6. “Black Panties,” R. Kelly
7. “Pure Heroine,” Lorde
8. “CeeLo’s Magic Moment,” CeeLo Green
9. “Nothing Was The Same,” Drake
10. “because the internet,” Childish Gambino

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