Leads Morgan Wallen’s ‘One Thing at a Time’ Country Chart Takeover

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morgan wallen“One Thing at a Time” and its lead single “Last Night” topped album and song charts for 11 weeks at the same time.

The 36-track set ranked #1 for a total of 15 non-consecutive weeks, while the buzzing “Last Night” took 13th place at the top, surpassing Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” as the third album to dominate. Billboard 200 one of their songs for at least 11 weeks hot 100.

With 110,500 album units, “One Thing at a Time’s” was able to fend off Young Thug’s surprise debut “Business Is Business”, which entered the charts at number 2 with 89,000 copies and 106 million streams. This is the Atlanta-born rapper’s first project since he was arrested and jailed on RICO charges along with Gunna and dozens of others in a major gang indictment.

In the last few months, Wallen has also been challenged by K-pop champions (Twice, Jimin, August D, Seventeen) and stars ranging from Ed Sheeran to Melanie Martinez, Niall Horan and others. Wallen’s 2021 album “Dangerous: The Double Album” is also in the top 10 to date (#7 this week).

When all these gains are combined Luke Combs‘ Their latest chart entry – their single “Gettin’ Old” and the most recent “Fast Car” at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 – takes a big look at country music in 2023. According to a recent study conducted by the brightenFor Wallen, Combs, and Zach Bryan, they make up 50% of the average audience.

The extent of country music growth can also be observed globally, in the resurgence of Mexican folk or country music and traditionally recognized regional Mexican music. Mexican music. Mexican singer-songwriter featherweight‘s debut album “Génesis” ranks 3rd on the albums chart this week, with 73,000 equivalent album units earned and 101 listens, the highest charting effort ever for the regional Mexican genre. as reported by BillboardThe set is the third regional Mexican set to enter the top 10 after two sets from Eslabon Armado, both of which were released in the last 14 months.

The only other new release to occupy the top 10 of the Billboard 200 is Kelly Clarkson’s confessional “Chemistry,” which ranks 6th with 53,000 equivalent album units earned and 43,000 sales as a complete package. Taylor Swift’s “Midnights” is in 4th place, Gunna’s “A Gift & A Curse” is in 5th place and SZA’s “SOS” is in 8th place. Swift also ranks 9th for “Lover” and ATEEZs. “The World EP.2: Outlaw” dropped to #10 in its second week from its 2nd release.

On the Hot 100, it broke into the top 10 with the soundtrack “Barbie”, “Barbie World” by Nicki Minaj and Ice Spice, and debuted at number 7 with Aqua. The soundtrack, which has not yet been fully released, also features guests such as Charlie XCX, Karol G, Dua Lipa and more.

Rema and Selena Gomez’s song “Calm Down” remains at #3 on the charts, despite debuting at #91 in September 2022. The track gradually rose on air and also entered the radio top 40, making it Gomez’s second-highest charting song on the singles chart. “Flowers” by Miley Cyrus 4. in line; Lil Durk’s “All My Life” duet with J. Cole is ranked 5th and Toosii’s “Favorite Song” is 6th.

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