Morgan Wallen Tops Song and Album Charts, Drake Debuts at #2


For the sixth week in a row, morgan wallen‘S “one thing at a time1 topped the album chart, and its lead single “Last Night” adds a third non-consecutive week to the top of the singles chart.

According to the data, in its most recent week of follow-up, “One Thing” (released via Big Loud/Mercury/Republic Records) garnered the equivalent of 167,000 album sales in the United States and 211 million on-demand official streams of 36 songs in the country set. with brighten. Last night Leading the Hot 100 1 single from the singer-songwriter, with 36.6 million streams after dominating the chart for the first time last month.

What’s new in the top 10 of the playlist this week drake‘S Kim Kardashian illustration “Search and Rescue”, which rose to number 2 on the list. Ace Drake known to doThe track was announced just a day before its official release on April 7, and yet the song has recorded nearly 34 million streams as the Toronto rapper’s 35th top five hit.

The song features dialogue from Kardashian, quoted from the reality star’s television show: “I didn’t come this far to be happy,” she can be heard for around a minute.

There’s “Ella Baila Sola”, an all-Spanish track from the bubbling Mexican music genre that’s been gaining wide attention thanks to the resurgence of Eslabon Armado and Peso Pluma, which jumped to number 10 on the Hot 100. young viewers.

“Ella Baila Sola” climbed from 17th to 10th place in its most recent follow-up week, gaining 24.4 million streams, up 30%. It was a top 10 hit ever of this genre and also a top 10 hit for both Peso Pluma and the Eslabon Armado quartet and their respective indie companies Prajin Parlay and DEL Records.

Featherweight currently boasts five songs on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart and currently ranks 5th on Spotify’s Global Artists chart, behind Taylor Swift, Bad Bunny, the Weeknd and Drake. His and Yng Lvcas’s “La Bebe” peaked at #17 on the Hot 100 as the second-highest regional Mexican single on the charts.

In the top five of the playlist, former #1 hits Miley Cyrus’s “Flowers” and SZA’s “Kill Bill” take 3rd and 4th places, respectively. Metro Boomin, the Weeknd, and 21 Savage’s “Creepin'” are in 5th place, and Afrobeats’ favorite is enjoying a new high, Rema and Selena Gomez’s “Calm Down” is 6th.

The Weeknd’s “Die for You” duet with Ariana Grande is ranked 7th for the second time. Number 8 and Taylor Swift’s “Anti-Hero” movie number 9.

As for the album chart, the chart saw the 2nd release of NF’s “Hope” as the American rapper/producer’s fourth top 10 chart work behind “Clouds (The Mixtape)” in 2021. The 13-track album debuts at the equivalent of 123,000 album units and 57 million streams. The bundle was sold in several physical variants, including a signed CD, four deluxe CD/box set, a Target exclusive CD and vinyl.

Linkin Park’s second studio album, “Meteora,” has returned to the charts after a deluxe re-release on the album’s 20th anniversary. It debuted at number 8 with 23.65 million on-demand official streams of songs, including 38,500 equivalent album units earned and unreleased tracks such as “Lost” recorded for “Meteora”, but it wasn’t the original album’s final track listing. “Lost” is about the late Chester Bennington, the lead singer of the American rock band. died in 2017.

Elsewhere, country music continues to dominate the charts, with Wallen’s record-breaking 2021 release “Dangerous: The Double Album” peaking at #6 (47,000 copies) and Luke Combs’s “Gettin’ Old” at #7 (46,000 copies). ).

Former chart leaders fill the top 10 of the album chart’s remaining slots: Taylor Swift’s “Midnights” is back in the top five at #3; SZA’s “SOS” is in 4th place; Metro Boomin’s “Heroes and Villains” in 9th place; and Bad Bunny’s “A Summer Without You” closes at number 10.

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