CSPC: Christina Aguilera Popularity Analysis
While watching a group of teenagers on the Mickey Mouse Club way back in 1993, nobody would have guessed that four of them, Justin Timberlake, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera and Ryan Gosling, would be superstars two decades later. It just happened. Following the foot steps of the former which got big along with N’Sync boys band, the two blonde girls both arrived in the Pop Music scene in 1998 / 1999 with a huge #1 hit, instantly drawing attention and creating the perfect rivalry story for gossip magazines.
If recent struggles of both Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera moved away public eyes on other new popular singers a la Taylor Swift or Adele, the battle was fierce for several years between both artists and even stronger within’ their respective fan bases. One has more US #1 albums, the other has more #1 singles. The latter has the biggest UK album, yet the first has the biggest global seller. With valid arguments both sides, it becomes hard to accurately define which one was the biggest. The only thing which remained safe up to now is that from their debut to 2004 they both recorded an impressive string of hits.
Now, we will fully clarify the situation setting Christina Aguilera overall popularity from her self-titled debut until her last effort Lotus.
As usual, I’ll be using the Commensurate Sales to Popularity Concept in order to relevantly gauge the diva results. The concept will not only bring you raw data of all Christina Aguilera albums, physical singles, download singles, music videos and streaming, it will also accurately weight all this information to conclude on meaningful popularity indicators. If you are not yet familiar with the CSPC idea, the next page explains it with a short video, I fully recommend you to check it before getting into sales figures. Of course, if you are a regular visitor feel free to jump to the following pages. Let’s go!
WHERE IS ‘MI REFLEJO’ ?
Page 20. Remaining Long Format, 2nd album down.
I know you don’t think her sales have evolved enough to update her totals but could you just update Liberation’s Studio Albums sales?
Liberation must be around 150k
Thank you very much!
in 2018 he already had over 300 thousand copies
I could be wrong but I imagine physical sales would be around 150k-175k as of today, maybe a bit more but not much more.
I really have no idea how Emerzonne thinks it physically sold 300k, that’s just crazy talk.
I’m not talking about pure sales, I’m saying that in 2018 he had already sold 300 thousand and I have sources for that.
But that is what Bloody Mary and I were talking about, not the overall units the album has shifted, just how much it has physically sold. Liberation could be around 375k-400k, with all things included but in the grand scheme of things that is not much, considering quite a few catalogue albums in the US alone, have added more than that in 2022, let alone over 4 to 5 years. For some perspective; Fleetwood Macs Rumours shifted around 880k (307k pure} in the US and 150k in the UK in 2022 Arctic Monkeys AM shifted around 450k in the US… Read more »
could you guys at least update her pure sales debut for liberation? (62.000) it’s hard to calculate her sales because her label never updates her stuff, but that would help a little more.
This site is not just for her. If they should update every 62k sales, they would have to update virtually every artist
The 62,000 is not even it’s first week sales, it is just it’s physical 1st week sales in the US.
update it with its ww sales then
I don’t know its WW sales, without researching it properly, above was just an educated guess at it.
Can I ask you a question? Why are you not asking or wanting The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, AC/DC or say Fleetwood Mac to be updated, especially when they have all added more than Christina has since their last updates, in some cases way, way more.
because they are fossils lmfao update recent artists
We do but she’s not recent, she’s been on the scene for a quarter of a century and besides, people clearly do not stream her music to the extent they still stream these “fossils”. I mean LZ haven’t been a band or released any new music for over 40 years and are the least popular of all those acts I mentioned on Spotify, yet they still outstream her by over 1B lol The point I was trying to make was, that you clearly have absolutely no interest in sales per se, which is the whole point of this website, all… Read more »
yeah, no one cares about those fossils actually. your website is mostly used as a source for stan twitter drags which mostly rely around artists who were relevant from the 2000s onwards including miss Aguilera. you could update all artists you want even the ones I don’t like or care about lol it’s not my website, just saying it makes more sense to update those who have a place on stan twitter because those are the people who check your stats the most, but you do you I guess🤷♂️
in fact, Aguilera isn’t even one of my favorite artists (couldn’t experience her peak because I was too young B2B aside), she just happens to be the one who needs an update the most out of the ones I checked because her stats are incredibly dated. the only albums that are accurate are Burlesque and Bionic with everything else being deflated, Mi reflejo, a multi-million seller is not listed but Aguilera, an album that still has no physical release out yet, is listed, hell the last 2 albums aren’t even listed in order of release. Regardless about how you feel… Read more »
I’m pretty sure MJD and the team didn’t create this website to be “a source for stan twitter drags”.
By the way, AC/DC’s 2020 album sold five times more than 2018’s Liberation, so if they’re a fossil I guess Christina is a non-entity.
I think you are over engaging with most people and just adding fuel to the fire 🤭
Yeah, you’re probably right. It probably is a pointless waste of my time, trying to engage, explain or reason with the fuckwits that pollute this place.
You all are free to run the business according to how you want it to be but in my opinion Marco was just politely asking for Christina to be updated. Then you sort of went on a rampage attacking him. You will always have people requesting for updates on their favorite artists whether the artist are relevant or not. So why bother arguing with everybody. I know this site is about charts, but we can’t deny a large portion of the people coming to this website and contributing to its success doesn’t care about charts and only care about their… Read more »
Or here is a crazy, radical and new idea Jazz, people just actually listen to, understand and accept what is being said to them. As for your defence of poor wee Marco, I’d already explained to Emerzone and Bloody Mary, why she was not likely to receive an update and backed this up with hard figures, to show that many other artists were more deserving of an update and had added more than her, with one album, in one year, than she has in 5 years. It was then Clockingbell that responded to him not me. Then apparently (to you… Read more »
“poor wee Marco” such a childish answer, the professionalism has been left at home I guess. no wonder the stats of a lot of artists are all off!
Analord, your answer about AB/CD doesn’t change the main point in the slightest.
Your right, it doesn’t change the main point, it just reinforces it, that these “fossils” are far more popular than her, stream far more than her, physically sell more than her and are far more deserving of an update than her.
And as for the PWM bit, it’s hardly my answer is it, it’s me being sarcastic to Jazz, considering he seems to think poor wee you has been so hard done by here lol.
I give up. I think you are part of the crazy fanatics that always have to respond to everybody and part of the society you despise so much.
And again, I think you have a chip on your shoulder about me.
“this site is not just for her” absolutely no one said that though lol