topped the Billboard 200 chart on Wednesday with her fourth album Blown Away.
The album sold 267,000 on its first week making Carrie's third album to debut at no. 1 on the chart. The songs ofenters on the chart after the death of Adam Yauch. The album sold 19,000 copies able to placed on number 18 with their song Licensed to Ill. Norah Jones Little Broken Hearts ranked at number 2 with 110,000 copies sold and the music compilation of , and at number three with 95,000 sold copies.
Rapper B.o.B.'s second album, Strange Clouds, debuted at No. 5 with sales of 76,000, leaving Adele's Grammy-winning 21 at No. 4, the only non-new entry in the top five this week. New albums able to enter the chart is from TV musical "Smash" at No. 9 and gothic rocker Marilyn Manson's tenth studio album Born Villain debuted at No. 10