Fresh off her twerking controversy at the VMA’s Miley Cyrus & BFF Cheyne head to a friends house to do a photo shoot in Santa Monica, California on August 29, 2013. Photos: FameFlynet. + NOTION Magazine covers & photo shoot.
‘Wrecking Ball’ debuts this week at No. 13 on the Digital Songs chart with 90,000 sold. Combine ‘Wrecking Ball’ sales with the rest of her previously available music, her weekly song sales stand at 258,000, a gain of 50%. (That includes Cyrus songs credited to Hannah Montana). However, without ‘Wrecking Ball’ in the mix, Cyrus’ song sales were actually down by 2%.
‘Wrecking Ball’ will see a spike in sales for the week ending Sept. 1, possibly growing to 175,000 and 200,000 in its first full week on sale. That would mark a gain of 95% to 123%, depending on how the song finishes the week. ‘We Can’t Stop’ might sell between 140,000 and 150,000 in the week ending Sept. 1. This past week, it moved 143,000 downloads.