Adele tops Billboard Artist 100 chart for week 16 – Billboard

Adele add her 16th week at #1 on Billboard Artist 100 chart (December 25), continues to hold its place as the top musical artist in the US, thanks to the album’s sustained success 30.

Aggregation log a the fourth week on top Billboard 200, with 183,000 album-equivalent units earned, according to MRC Data, and became best selling set on vinyl.




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Adele claims to share alone for the number of weeks at number 5 at number 1 on the Artist 100, starting in 2014. Taylor Swift is the person with the most time in the position (50 weeks), followed by Drake (36), The Weeknd (22) and BTS (20), as Adele, Ariana Grande (15).

The late Juice WRLD rose from 32nd to 2nd on Artist 100, following the release of his album on December 10 Fight with demons. The LP debuted at #2 on the Billboard 200 and #1 on Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, with 119,000 units.

Plus, Mariah Carey is back in the top 10 of the Artist 100, 12-9, with her 1994 classic, “All I Want for Christmas Is You.” Revisit the top of the page afterward Billboard Hot 100, marked a sixth week total at number 1 and became the first song ever to lead in three different charts, after dominating the 2019 and 2020 holiday seasons. Also, the original album Merry Christmas rose 8-7 on the Billboard 200 (45,000 copies, up 11%).

Artist 100 measures artist performance through key metrics of music consumption, a combination of album and track sales, radio broadcasts, streaming, and online fan engagement. social to provide a weekly multidimensional ranking of artist popularity.

https://www.billboard.com/music/chart-beat/adele-number-one-billboard-artist-100-chart-16th-week-1235013569/ Adele tops Billboard Artist 100 chart for week 16 – Billboard

Dais Johnston

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