Friday October 26, 2012 8:43 pm
Poor Album Sales Don’t Bother Nelly Furtado
She might not be flying like a bird with her latest album sales, but Nelly Furtado won't let that stop her from making music.
Her new album, The Spirit Indestructible, is the follow-up to her 2009 Spanish-language album Mi Plan. Before that was her career-boosting album Loose, which featured her hit single, "Promiscuous." The Spirit Indestructible failed to meet album expectations, selling a mere 6,000 copies (debuting at 79 on Billboard) compared to Loose's 219,000 in its first week (in which it debuted at number one).
"Just like a lot of my albums, actually. I have very few albums that debut high," Furtado said. "I've had kind of everything happen to me commercially and at different levels," she says. "I've had different scenes and I've dabbled in a lot of markets so I see the music world as very global and I'm always looking for new avenues and opportunities, so one chart or anything doesn't necessarily [mean anything]."
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Furtado won't let her album sales rain on her parade -- or her tour. The singer looks forward to performing her songs live and is grateful for the feedback on the album content itself: "I'm so proud of it creatively. I've gotten feedback that it's a very liberating album to listen to and for me it was liberating to create it. Luckily, I have had a lot of ups and downs in my career on a commercial level, so I'm very bulletproof in that way."
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