Chart Beat

While Adele enjoys her first No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with 21, the title “21” has previously led the list. Omarion’s 21 topped the tally the week of Jan. 13, 2007. Perhaps not spelling out the entire number is the key to optimal chart success: Chicago’s wordier Twenty 1 stopped at No. 66 this week in 1991.

Stevie Nicks returns to the Adult Contemporary chart at NO. 29 with “Secret Love,” the first single from In Your Dreams, due May 3. She had last visited the list as a guest on Chris Isaak’s No. 25-peaking “Santa Claus Is Coming to Town” in 2005 and had last charted as a lead artist with “Sorcerer” (No. 21) in 2001.

Billboard (Vol. 123, Issue 8, p37-37. 1/9p.) / March 12, 2011

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