Before Beyoncé Arrives vitality On the chart, Bad Bunny has held the number one spot for seven consecutive weeks.
‘Renaissance’ is Beyoncé’s seventh solo studio LP, hotly anticipated and heavily teased, making its debut on next week’s Billboard charts.industry Estimate With a total of 275,000 to 315,000 units including sales, streams and downloads, we predict it will easily climb to #1 on the album charts. Spotify said on Saturday that the first 24 hours of “Renaissance” made it the most-streamed release in a single day by a female artist so far this year.
These predictions, while not final, would put the singer near the top of the 2022 debut sales figures. Harry Styles’ “Harry’s House,” which opened with 521,500 units, contains 182,000 records, the most in modern times. The rules stipulate that chart positions only count when they are shipped to customers.
Meanwhile, Bad Bunny remained at the top of the Billboard 200 for five consecutive weeks, a relatively late period for new releases from major artists. The Puerto Rican rapper-singer’s fourth album, Un Verano Sin Ti, has sold 98,000 copies for him, according to Billboard statistics, nearly all of which were albums, according to tracking service Luminate. was due to his 135.9 million song streams from.
Released in May, “Un Verano Sin Ti” has surpassed 100,000 units in each of the past 11 weeks on the charts, according to . billboard.
It made it into the top five again this week, but with a modest number. Released in early 2021, country singer Morgan Warren’s “Dangerous: The Double Album” returned him to No. 2 with 49,000 units. “Harry’s House” is number three with his 48,000 units. Korean group Seventeen ranks fourth with his 34,000 units. Future’s “I Never Liked You” is #5 with her 33,000 units. Jack White’s latest solo album, Entering Heaven Alive, debuted at #9. Lizzo’s “Special” dropped from her #2 spot to her #7 spot in her second week, down 58% to her 29,000 units.