Justin Timberlake is topping off his comeback year with a special honor from iTunes.
The digital retailer has released its annual year-end lists, and the singer's The 20/20 Experience: Part One has been named the top-selling album of 2013. Coupled with the "Mirrors" as one of the top ten top-selling singles, the accolades have earned him the title of iTunes' "Artist Of The Year."
But the lists don't account for all of the year's music sales. According to "The Hollywood Reporter," iTunes' lists are based on the downloads only up to December 16th, meaning the full numbers for Beyonce's ground-breaking surprise album weren't counted.
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' hit "Thrift Shop" was the top-selling track on iTunes this year, followed by Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" and Imagine Dragons' "Radioactive."
Congrats to Justin!
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