Grammys pay off for award winners

Thanks to the Grammys, Ray Charles, Green Day and 14 other top-50 acts saw album sales jump considerably in the week after the award broadcast. Charles’ “Genius Loves Company” rose 15 spaces to the top spot on sales of 224,000, a 200% spike from the previous week, only the second time the late singer has topped the charts.

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