Morgan Wallen’s ‘One Thing at a Time’ Hits #1 Album in Week Nine


For the ninth week, morgan wallen‘s album “One Thing at a Time” leads the album chart by resisting the K-pop group’s massive debuts and new releases seventeenArmed Link, Jack Harlow and more.

at the most recent monitoring week, as measured by brighten, Wallen’s song “One Thing at a Time” earned the equivalent of 138,000 sales and 174 million streams of 36 songs in the United States. The 36-track set, which hit #1 for another week in a row, joined Wallen’s previous “Dangerous: The Double Album” as the only album to stay at the top for nine consecutive weeks. The LP dominated the chart for 10 consecutive weeks in early 2021, and is in the top 10 this week at #5 in its 118th week.

Wallen will likely face some big competition on the chart next week after Ed Sheeran’s new album “-” (pronounced “Subtract”) hits the ring. For now, Wallen’s tenure remains, and the lead single “Last Night” also stayed at #1 on the Hot 100 singles chart for the fifth non-consecutive week.

best new version Billboard 200 Seventeen’s “10. Mini Album FML”. The set, whose tracks span dance-pop, hip hop and R&B, recorded four million streams in its first week.

Taylor Swift’s former chart-topping “Midnights” took #3 while SZA’s “SOS” returned to the top five at #4.

Mexican music pioneer Eslabon Armado also entered the top 10 on the Billboard 200 this week with their new LP “Desvelado” and climbed to #6. The set reached the equivalent of 44,000 sales in the US, including approximately 64 million streams. This is the highest chart entry ever for the emerging regional Mexican genre, having entered the Top 10 on the Hot 100 with “Ella Baila Sola” just a few weeks ago – again in the hands of Eslabon Armado and collaborator Featherweight. This week, the trumpet-led single peaked at #4 on the chart.

Jack Harlow’s “Jackman” debuted at number 8, with 35,500 sales and 43 million streams equivalent to the rapper’s third top-ten album. The 10-song solo set follows 2022’s “Come Home The Kids Miss You” and was announced just days before its official release on April 28.

The rest of the top 10 albums are Luke Combs’ “Gettin’ Old” (No. 7), Metro Boomin’s “Heroes & Villains” (No. 9), and Swift’s “Lover” (No. 10).

As for the singles highlights, Rema and Selena Gomez’s “Calm Down” rose to its highest peak on the chart, at #5. The song reached 79 million in radio impressions, up 19%, and 16 million, up 1% in streaming.

The first Hot 100 No. After becoming #1, SZA’s song “Kill Bill” stays at number 2 for another week, while Miley Cyrus’ “Flowers” stays at number 3 after spending eight weeks at #1.

“Creepin'”, directed by Metro Boomin, The Weeknd and 21 Savage, ranked 6th; The song “Un x100to” by Grupo Frontera and Bad Bunny ranked 7th (one week after the chart’s second top five regional entry in Mexico); The Weeknd and Ariana Grande’s “Die for You” at number 8; Pink Pantherress and Ice Spice’s “Boy’s a Liar, Pt. 2” is in 9th and Swift’s “Anti-Hero” closes in 10th.

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