Adele’s ’30’ at Sixth Week at #1, ‘Encanto’ at Top 10 – Billboard

Adele‘S 30 hold the court on the top Billboard 200 album chart for the sixth consecutive week and in total, week at number 1 (January 8, 2022 chart). According to MRC Data, the effort grossed 99,000 album-equivalent units (a 53% drop) in the US for the week of December 24-30.


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30 is the second album released in 2021 to spend at least six weeks at number 1 overall on the Billboard 200, following Morgan Wallen‘S Danger: Double Album (with the top 10 weeks of the tally).

Also in the new top 10, a pair of albums appeared in the region for the first time: new albums Encanto The soundtrack is limited to 110-7, while the classic holiday compilation A Christmas present for you from Phil Spector jump 11-10.

The Billboard 200 charts the week’s most popular albums in the United States based on multi-index sales measured in equivalent album units. Units include album sales, track equivalent album (TEA) and streaming album equivalent (SEA). Each unit is equivalent to one album sale or 10 individual tracks sold from an album, or 3,750 ad-supported official audio and video streams or 1,250 subscriptions/paid on-demand generated by songs on the album. New January 8, 2022 chart (where 30 spend a Friday week at number 1) will be fully posted on Billboardsof the site on January 5 (one day later than usual, due to a week). For all chart news, follow @billboard and @billboardcharts on both Twitter and Instagram.

Belong to 3099,000 album-equivalent units were earned in the US for the week ending December 30, album sales were 71,500 (60% decrease), units in SEA were 26,000 (13% decrease; equal to 35.45 million sales). on-demand streaming of the series’ songs) and TEA Units consisting of 1,500 units (less than 1% increase).

30 debuted at number 1 on the chart on December 4 with 839,000 copies sold. It then saw a second-to-Friday figure of 288,000; 193,000; 183,000; 212,000 and 99,000 units, respectively.

30 Biggest diary Friday week for any album since Roddy Ricch‘S Forgive me for being anti-social recorded 110,000 units in the Friday bracket on the tally date of January 25, 2020.

Michael Bubleformer number 1 Christmas 2nd place with 53,000 equivalent album units earned (down 31%). The series also spent its 100th consecutive week on the chart, being Bublé’s third album to reach that threshold, after 2007. Call me irresponsible (113 weeks) and 2005 It is the time now (143).

Three more former No. 1s made it into the top 5, like Taylor Swift‘S Red (Taylor’s version) is inactive in 3rd place with 47,000 units (down 39%), Olivia Rodrigo’s Sour up 5-4 with 46,000 units (25% off) and Morgan Wallen’s Danger: Double The album returned to the top 10 after a week of decline outside the region. It climbs to 12-5 with 43,000 units (down 10%).

Danger spent its first 49 weeks on the chart in the top 10, after debuting at number 1 on the list on January 23, 2021. It fell out of the top 10 in its 50th week of the chart, having dropped ranked 6-12 on the January 1, 2022 List rankings. With climbing back into the top 10, Danger currently has a total of 50 weeks in the top 10. It is one of only four country albums to have spent at least 50 weeks in the region in the chart’s 65-year history. Among the country music sets, by Taylor Swift Not fear had the most weeks in the top 10, with 58, followed by Shania Twain‘S Until yesterday (53), Danger and Garth BrooksRopin ‘the Wind (two after 50 each). (Country albums are defined as successful albums BillboardsTop Country Albums chart).

Out of all the categories, Danger only the seventh album released since 2000 to spend 50 weeks in the top 10. Of all the albums released since 2000, only Adele’s 21 (84 weeks), Swift’s 1989 (59), Swift’s Not fear (58), by Ed Sheeran ÷ (Divide) (53), by Lady Gaga The famous (51), Post Malone’s Hollywood’s Bleeding (50) and Danger logged in for at least 50 weeks in the top 10.

Nat King Cole’s Christmas song climbs to 8-6, matching the top hit for the first time on the chart January 2, 2021. The set collected 42,000 album-equivalent units in its most recent tracking week (down 23%).

Walt Disney Animation Music Encanto vaults 110-7 during its first week in the top 10. The set earned 41,000 album-equivalent units (up 220%) in its fifth week on the chart. The soundtrack album, with songs written by Lin-Manuel Miranda, was released on November 19, before the film arrives in US theaters on November 24. It is released via the streaming service. Disney+ streaming a month later (December 24, the first day of the week movie tracking the chart’s latest). Encanto is the most recently released soundtrack to break into the top 10 since Frozen II rose 15-3 on the charts on December 7, 2019, en route to #1 a week later.

Soundtrack by Vince Guaraldi Trio for the animated special A Charlie Brown Christmas 6-8 off with 41,000 equivalent album units earned (33% off) and by Mariah Carey Merry Christmas 7-9 off with 39,000 pieces (30% off).

Classic holiday collection A Christmas present for you from Phil Spector, released in 1963, broke into the top 10 for the first time, as it entered October 11th. The set earned 39,000 album-equivalent units in the week ending December 30 (down 21 percent). The Spector-produced album includes familiar favorites heard during the holiday season – and featured on playlists on streaming services – such as The Ronettes’ “Sleigh Ride” and “Christmas (Baby’) Please Come Home”) by Darlene Love.

https://www.billboard.com/music/chart-beat/adele-30-billboard-200-number-1-six-weeks-1235015218/ Adele’s ’30’ at Sixth Week at #1, ‘Encanto’ at Top 10 – Billboard

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