Drake holds the No. 1 spot on the album charts for the third week in a row, the premiere of Lil Nass X’s “Montero” and a new final of K-pop group NCT127 still poses a slight threat to influential figures for the blockbuster “Certified Lover Boy”.
Drake’s album had 168,200 album-equivalent units for the week, up from 232,400 in the 2nd week and 595,300 in the first week. Full album sales for “Certified Lover Boy” in recent frames were negligible at 1,800, but the Drake record continues as a streaming monster, with another 208.4 million streams in the third week.
“Montero” had a believable opening week, although Lil Nass X’s album may not be as large as his media profile and major hit singles might have suggested. The first week of his first full-length album (the previous EP, “7,” which was counted as an album for Grammy nominations) had 123,000 album units. Song streams in the first week of the album were 126.9 million, with full album sales of 21,600 and personal track sales of 25,600.
NCT 127’s “Sticker-The Third Album” was third in multiple ways, coming in at number 3 with 62,400 albums equivalent units. The song stream was at a minimum, 3.6 million, according to today’s hit album. However, the “sticker” was by far the best-Sale Thanks to the sale of 59,000 copies of the weekly album বিভিন্ন CDs in various deluxe physical packages as part of the current conventional K-Pop strategy.
These two debuts pushed Kenny West to No. 4 in the fourth week of “Donda” with 57,600 album units.
Among last week’s big debuts, Casey Musgraves’ “Star-Crossed” dropped from No. 3 in its first frame to No. 10 this week, and Baby Kim’s “The Melodic Blue” dropped from No. 5 to No. 12, representing a big drop off. .
Outside of debuting for Lil Nass X and NCT 127, other albums debuting this week on the Rolling Stone chart include Mozir’s “Untreated Trauma” at No. 21, Bob Dylan’s archive “Springtime in New York: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 1/1980”. 1985 ”No. 36A, Dotri’s“ Beloved ”at No. 52, Carly Pierce’s“ 29 ”at No. 57A, Scott McCurry’s“ Same Truck ”at No. 84 and Spiritbox’s“ Eternal Blue ”at No. 92.
Holdovers in the top ten so far hang on to the two biggest albums of the year, Olivia Rodrigo’s “Talk” and Morgan Wallen’s “Dangerous: The Double Album” at No. 5 and 8, respectively. Also the chart is standing after a few months. No. Doja Cat, No. Kid Laroi at No. and No. Billy Ilish at number one.
Drake Rolling Stone directed the song chart as well as the album chart. With her “Way 2 Sexy,” Future and Young Thug-featured appearances, her “Certified Lover Boy” album is at No. 1 for the third week in a row. Tune had 28.1 million streams for the week.
Lil Nass X’s “Industry Baby” never managed to rise to number two, topping the song charts, faced fierce competition from Drake’s song, and before that Kid Laroi was one. But at No. 2 it still stands, nine weeks later. Collaboration with Jack Harlow Week 2.6. Flowed millions of times, of course, it was strengthened by the release of the album “Montero”. Lil Nass X also had the week’s top-debut song, with “That’s What I Want” coming in at number 5.
The second highest-debuting track for the week was Taylor Swift’s “Wildest Dreams (Taylor’s Edition)”, which the superstar quickly released from her future “1989 (Taylor’s Edition)” project. The original Big Machine version of Tune has become a tickle phenomenon. The single debut at No. 22 on the RS chart equals 8.1 million streams.
Of the top 10 songs, Drake still holds four slots, and Lil Nas X has three, leaving not much room for anyone else. The remaining three Kid Laroi and Justin Bieber went to No. 1 “Stay”, now down to No. 4; ‘Fancy Like’ by country singer Walker Hayes at singer number; And rock band Glass Animals ’growing“ heat wave, ”upset the No. 10 party.
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