Morgan Wallen Tops Week 11, Jonas Brothers Debut 3rd Place

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morgan wallen“One Thing at a Time” is at the top for the 11th week in a row. Billboard 200 Album Chart – One step closer to the historic marks set by the “Titanic” soundtrack, which dominated the chart for 16 consecutive weeks in 1998, joining record-breaking Whitney Houston and Stevie Wonder.

In its most recent week of follow-up, “One Thing” had the equivalent of 134,500 sales in the United States, including 165 million listens, according to data from Luminate. The 36-track set is the first group of any genre to spend their first 11 weeks at the top (i.e. it opened and stayed at #1) since Houston’s 1987 album “Whitney” boasted classics like “I Wanna Dance With Somebody.” ” (Who Loves Me)” and “Where Do Broken Hearts Go?” Prior to that, Wonder’s “Songs in the Key of Life” was #1 for 13 weeks in 1976 and 1977.

“One Thing’s” lead single “Last Night” also peaked at #1 on the Hot 100 with a 5% increase in radio broadcast viewership ratings, recording a total of 63 million. The last album to stay at #1 for at least 11 weeks in total was Bad Bunny’s “Un Verano Sin Ti”, which topped the chart for 13 consecutive weeks last year.

This Hermanos Jonas The sequel to their 2019 comeback album “Happiness Begins” debuts at number 3 with their latest feature proposal, “The Album”. The funk-inspired pop set debuts with the equivalent of 52,000 units earned, sales accounting for 35,500 of the total, and nearly 21 million official streams.

Talking about the impact of the album and the cross-generational reach of his bands, Nick Jonas said: Variation“How do we make an album that appeals to all these different segments of life and ages? switch [producer] john [Bellion’s] The first step had influences from the ’70s, but had a truly modern side. We wanted to find a way to tell stories that were universal but also extremely personal.”

#4 was YoungBoy Never Broke Again’s “Richest Opp”, the 15th top 10 on the Billboard 200, and April’s “Don’t Try This At Home” (peaked at number 5) and January’s “I said I would” (peaked at number 9). The 17-track record opens with 51,000 units earned, with 74 million streams almost all of that total.

One of the most consistent rappers to come out in the last decade, YoungBoy Never Broke Again bonds with Drake and Future for the third highest-grossing Billboard 200 album of any rapper in chart history. Only Jay-Z and Nas have 16 more each.

Daft Punk’s chart top “random access memorys” returns to the top of the chart at #8 with 40,000 album units earned following its 10th anniversary deluxe re-release with 35 minutes of previously unreleased material, including “The Writing of Fragments of Time,” with Todd Edwards, and “Infinity Repeating.” returned. (2013 demo)” featuring “Instant Crush” singer and Strokes frontman Julian Casablancas.

Another innovation that took place in the top 10 of Billboard 200 this week is Bailey Zimmerman’s song “Religiously”, which entered the 7th place with 46,500 units.

The remainder of the top 10 of the album chart includes Taylor Swift’s “Midnights” at #2 and SZA’s “SOS” at #5, while Wallen’s song “Dangerous: The Double Album” is at #6. . Ed Sheeran’s ” -” (“Subtract”) and Swift’s “Lover” are 9th and 10th, respectively.

On the singles chart, “All My Life”, the first single from Lil Durk and J. Cole’s upcoming album “Almost Healed” by Durk, debuted at number 2 with 30.9 million streams. The single was produced by Dr. Luke did. ASCAP Pop Awardslargely due to Doja Cat’s participation in hits that continue to be successful with their 2021 album “Planet Her”, especially “Need to Know”, “Woman” and “You Right”.

Combs’ cover of Tracy Chapman’s “Fast Car” peaked at number 9 from number 11 and garnered 13 million all-format radio viewers. Meanwhile, “Flowers” by Miley Cyrus holds the number 3; SZA’s “Kill Bill” is in 4th place; “Ella Baila Sola” from Armed Link and Featherweight slipped to #5; Rema and Selena Gomez’s “Calm Down” is #6. Metro Boomin, the Weeknd, and 21 Savage’s “Creepin'” are in 7th place, and Swift’s “Anti-Hero” closes the top 10.

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