Ariana Grande has taken the top “positions” on the charts this week, and with an album of this name on both. The Long Player ranked No. 1 directly for the second week, while the song “Positions” topped its charts for the third week.
It was a slow week for new entries, as the only debut album in the top ten of the Rolling Stone album chart was Nave’s “Emergency Tsunami” at No. 8, with a slight 30,700 album units for the Canadian rapper’s mix. Numbers.
Premiering further down the chart, tomorrow’s X Together’s “Minisode 1: Blue Hour” came in at number 19 and Kylie Minogue’s “Disco” dropped to number 32.
Christmas albums are starting to enter the middle line of the album chart. Top notch, not surprisingly, is that Mariah Carey’s “Merry Christmas” is now at number 29, and sure to enter the top 10 before December’s talk and end. Carrie Underwood’s new number 55 was in the mood for.
Grand’s No. 1 album racked up 91,500 album units on the second trip to the top. His followers in the top ten are Pop Smoke, Kid Laroi, Juice WRLD, King Vaughan, Taylor Swift (again returning to the top ten with “Folklore”), “Hamilton” cast album, Lil Baby and Harry Styles.
The new action was equally slow on the Rolling Stone song chart, with the top new entry at number 16 – “What Speed Out!” By Mike Will Made-It.
In its third week at the top, Grand’s “Locations” has landed in 12.8 million song streams alone. In second place, also for the second week in a row, there were 12 million streams of bad bani and Jahe Cortez’s “robbery”.
Fleetwood remains the Mac’s “Dreams” in the top 20, reaching 18th this week with 5.4 million new music streams almost two months after the Tiktok event.