Dave Matthews Band Leaves Aerosmith Jaded

By | March 15, 2001 at 12:00 AM

Dave Matthews Band’s “Everyday” holds at No. 1 atop the Billboard 200 chart, beating a strong debut by veteran rockers Aerosmith.

DMB’s RCA release “Everyday,” which was co-written and produced by Glen Ballard, sold 280,075 units, more than a 60% drop from the previous week’s debut sales, according to SoundScan figures obtained from industry sources for the week ending March 11.

Aerosmith’s “Just Push Play” (Columbia) sold 240,475 copies to bow at No. 2. Shaggy’s “Hotshot” moves down one notch to No. 3 on 235,275 units sold. The MCA release has sold more than 4.1 million copies to date. Eve’s “Scorpion” makes a high chart debut, coming in at No. 4 on 161,725 units sold, while DJ Clue’s “The Professional Pt. 2” (Def Jam) falls two spots to No. 5, selling 128,850 units.

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