Whitney Houston’s death may soar her music to the top charts, OCC said

By on Feb 12, 2012 in Entertainment, Music, United States Comments


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The Official Charts Company (OCC) believes that Whitney Houston‘s music is expected to soar to the top of the charts after the shocking news of her death, as announced by several international news sites, February 12, 2012.

According to reports, OCC is anticipating a sales surge on the charts with Whitney Houston‘s songs over the next week. Fans will apparently pay tribute by buying the artist’s singles and albums.

Related reports reveal that a similar effect was realized after the deaths of Michael Jackson in June 2009 and Amy Winehouse in August 2011.

After a week of Michael Jackson‘s death in 2009, six of his albums hit the Official Albums Chart Top 40. Likewise, Amy Winehouse’s albums took three places in the Official Top 10 last year.

Whitney Houston was reportedly found dead on February 11, 2012 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, in Beverly Hills, California, of causes not immediately known.



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