YouTube Girl Group Cimorelli Makes Big Debut on iTunes Charts [AUDIO]

December 7, 2011 7:20 pm

Although mainstream music heads may not have heard of six-sister group Cimorelli, these ladies have made quite the name for themselves on YouTube, amassing over 113 million views with covers of songs including Adele‘s “Rolling In The Deep” and Rihanna‘s  “We Found Love” which earned over 1.7 million views in one month!

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Tuesday, the Cimorelli sisters — Christina (21), Katherine (19), Lisa (18), Amy (16), Lauren (13), and Dani (11) — released their first EP (a mini-album) entitled The Cim Fam EP, which debuted at No. 6 on the U.S. iTunes Pop Album Charts. Led by their first original song “Million Bucks,” the album’s positioning landed them ahead of such superstars as Adele, LMFAO, and even Lady Gaga herself. Listen to a taste of the album above!

“It charted on the iTunes pop chart in virtually every country in Europe, Japan, and some of the Pacific Rim,” said Dani in a thank you message to their fans. Christina capped it off saying, “you guys are amazing… the Cim Fam is unstoppable.”

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The ladies appearing to be at the helm of not only an exploding fan base internationally, but also the darling of the YouTube music scene with support from popular online success stories as Ryan Beatty and others. Tutorials of how to play “Million Bucks” have already started to surface, not even 48 hours after the song was released.

Listen to Cimorelli’s “Million Bucks” below and click here to pick it up on iTunes!