Ariana Grande Thank you U, Next The storm is No. 1 Billboard 200 with 360,000 equivalent album units earned in the United States during the week ending February 14, according to Nielsen Music. The series starts with the biggest week of a pop album in more than a year and wins the fourth number 1 of Great – and the second in less than six months. Of Thank you U, NextInitially, 116,000 units were on sale.
Thank you U, Next, released February 8 by Republic Records, is the fourth Billboard 200 No. 1 Grande. It also launches the biggest week of streaming for a pop album.
The Billboard 200 chart ranks the most popular albums of the week in the United States based on the multimeter consumption measured in equivalent album units. Units consist of Classic Album Sales, Track Equivalent Albums (TEA) and Streaming Equivalent Albums (AES). The new painting dated February 23 (where Thank you U, Next debut at No. 1) will be published in full on Display panelWednesday, February 20 (the next day, on the occasion of the US birthday party in Washington, often called Presidents' Day, February 18).
The fourth album No. 1 of Grande: It follows Sweetener (which debuted at the top of the list as of September 1, 2018), My everything (September 13, 2014) and Yours sincerely (September 21, 2013). Grande is tied with Taylor Swift for second place in the women's ranking in this decade, behind Lady Gaga, with five leaders since 2010.
Two No. 1 in less than six months: Thank you U, Next opens in the first row less than six months after the last Grande summit, with Sweetener, on the map dated September 1, 2018. This five-month, 22-day interval is the shortest gap between the new Billboard 200 numbers 1 for a woman since 1974-1975, when Olivia Newton-John was born. waited five months and three days between the first weeks of the week. If you like me, please let me know (October 12, 1974) and Have you ever been sweet (March 15, 1975). Both titles spent a week at No. 1.
The accumulation of its last two numbers 1 by Grande is the fastest since the group of K-pop BTS scored its first two numbers 1 in just over three months last year (Do you like: tear June 2, 2018 and Do you like: Answer September 8, 2018). In 2017, the rapper Future has grabbed an unprecedented pair of new No. 1 consecutive (with his eponymous album of March 11 and HNDRXX March 18).
The biggest week of a pop album in more than a year: As Thank you U, Next From 360,000 units, this set is the biggest week of a pop album in a year. The last pop group to record a longer week was Swift's Reputation, which started at number 1 of the chart as of December 2, 2017 with 1.24 million units earned. Thank you U, Next Also marks the biggest week for a woman's album since its reputation.
Thank you U, Next has the biggest week of all albums since October 13, 2018, when Lil Wayne's Tha Carter V s at number 1 with 480,000 units.
The biggest week in streaming for a pop album and any album by a woman: From Thank you U, NextThe starting sum of 360,000 units, including 228,000 in SEA units. The latter amount represents 307 million on-demand audio streams for album songs during the follow-up week. This is a remarkable sum, since the most listened to albums are those of hip-hop. (Among the best 20 weeks of streaming for an album, Thank you U, Next is the only non-hip-hop title.)
Thank you U, Next easily sets the record for the biggest streaming week for a pop album (beating Ed Sheeran's first picture) ÷ [Divide] with 126.7 million audio streams on demand for his songs; March 25, 2017) and the biggest streaming week for a female album (beyond the first week of Cardi B's Violation of privacy with 202.6 million; April 21, 2018).
Thank you U, Next has the ninth-largest week of streaming for an album in general and the eighth-biggest week of its debut. Drake's Scorpio remains the record holder of all streaming albums, with 745.9 million on-demand audio streams recorded for his songs during his first week (July 14, 2018). (Scorpio In fact, it counts two of the nine most important weeks, with the amount broadcast on the second week of the album being the fourth largest, with 391 million.
Second in the new Billboard 200, Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper A star is born soundtrack stages 5-2 with 49,000 units (up 31 percent). The show shines in the light of Gaga's performance in "Shallow" of the album at the Grammy Awards on February 10, where the song also won two trophies (including one presented on the CBS show: best performance of the duo / pop group).
Another soundtrack, Bohemian Rhapsody, rebounded to its peak position on the Billboard 200, from No. 11 to No. 3 with 48,000 units (+ 84%). The parent film of the album of the same name was released on DVD and Blu-ray on February 12, prompting a keen interest in the movie soundtrack with consumers. (The film was already available in home digital video.)
Hoodie Boogie Wit da Hoodie SZN The new Billboard 200 falls in fourth place after three non-consecutive weeks in first place with 43,000 units (down 7%). beers of beer and bentley 6.5 with 39,000 units (+ 10%), Travis Scott's Astroworld down from 4-6 with 37,000 units (down 3 percent), Savage 21 I am> I was tumble 2-7 with nearly 37,000 units (down 8%) and Drake Scorpio is stable at No. 8 with 35,000 units (+ 4%).
Kacey Musgraves' Gold hour rode his Grammy Awards on February 10 to return to the top 10, while the set returns to the rank 9th with 35,000 units (up 524%). Of this amount, 20,000 were album sales, a gain of 735%.
Gold hour won the Grammy Awards for the year album and the best country album, while his songs "Butterflies" and "Space Cowboy" also won trophies, awarded respectively to the best solo performance and the best country song. Musgraves played "Rainbow" on the album during the Grammy Awards and also participated in a tribute show to Dolly Parton. ("Rainbow" is now featured as Musgraves' latest single in country radio, adult pop, and contemporary adult.) Golden Hour debuted and peaked in 4th place last April.
Meek Mill's is closing the new top 10 of the Billboard 200 Championships, which drops from 7 to 10 with 34,000 units (down 2%).