From Dangerous265,000 album equivalent units were acquired in Tracking Week ending January 14, SEA units consisted of 184,000 (equivalent to 240.18 million album-equivalent streams), album sales consisted of 74,000 and TEAs comprised 7,000. (From Dangerous74,000 in album sales, and digital download album sales include 50,000.)
Dangerous It is Wallen’s second complete album, after 2018 If you know me, Which peaked at number 13 on the August 29, 2020 chart. She spent more than 110 weeks counting and garnered 1.7 million album-equivalent units, while her songs collected 2.4 billion on-demand streams.
Before that DangerousAfter its release, the singer-songwriter managed to catch 13 songs on the Hot Country song chart, including eight of the top 10 (two of which reached # 1). On the Billboard Hot 100 all-genres chart, he placed 10 ringtones, including the new album “7 Summers”. The latter debuted at # 6, The signs At the time, it was the second top 10 Hot 100 debut only for a single male single and no accompanying acts have also appeared in Hot Country Songs.
Let’s take a look at some of the notable feats that Wallen has achieved Dangerousfor the first time.
Biggest Weekly Streamed Country Album: Such as Dangerous It collected 184,000 SEA units, equivalent to 240.18 million streams on demand for the group’s 30 songs, and is landing the biggest streamed week ever for a country album. It beats, more than double, the 102.26 million streams it has achieved Luke Combs” What you see is what you get In the week ending October 29, 2020. That week, Combs’ album, then a year old, was re-released with additional clips, bringing the total number of tracks to 23. Upon its deluxe re-release, the album returned to number one on the Billboard 200 for its second week at the lead. It recorded its debut week at number one when it debuted in the top hatch (chart of November 23, 2019).
Certainly, the fact that Dangerous It has 30 mega songs that greatly enhance its ability to accumulate a large total stream – the number of streams depends on the total streams across all songs from the album.
However, even if the album was cut to 18 the least– The tracks aired (in the week ending January 14th), their total of 105.08 million still beats Combs’ previous record.
Third-biggest Streamed Week for Non-R & B / Hip-Hop Album: Dangerous The Hours is the third-biggest week ever to air for a non-R & B / hip-hop album, only trailed Ariana Grand‘s Thank you next (307.07 million in the week of his debut) and Taylor Swift‘s folklore (289.85 million, Debut Week). Inclusive, Dangerous It contains the 22 biggest week ever aired for an album.
Biggest Country Album Week In Over Two Years: Last Country Album with Bigger Week, in Album Equals, was Carrie Underwood‘s A beautiful cry, Which was launched with 266,000 units on the chart on September 19, 2018. Contrary DangerousAnd the A beautiful cryThe first week was boosted by sales generated by the concert / album ticket redemption offer. (Offers like these no longer contribute to sales paintingCharts.)
Dangerous It also contains the ninth largest week for any album, of any genre, by units, in the past 12 months.
Only the eleventh album to reach # 1 on the Billboard 200 in the past five years: Wallen brings a rare sight to the top of the Billboard 200, like Dangerous It is the eleventh country to reach No. 1 since January 2016.
Remarkably, out of 178 albums since the chart as of January 23, 2016, only 11 were albums (only 6.2%). Those 11 countries number 1: Jason Aldean‘s They do not know (2016); Thomas Rhett‘s Life is changingAnd the Shania Twain‘s right NowAnd the Kenny Chesney‘s Living in a country without shoesAnd the Luke Brian‘s What makes you the country (2017); Aldian River View TownUnderwood A beautiful cry (2018), Rhett Center Point StreetAnd the Luke Combs” What you see is what you get (2018; the latter had one week in 1st place in both 2018 and 2019); Chesney Here and now (2020); And now and yen Dangerous (2021).
At number two on the new Billboard 200, Taylor Swift’s forever One point sneaks after three non-consecutive weeks in the lead, with a 55,000 album-equivalent unit earning (down 1%). Bob SmokeNo. 1 former Pay for stars The moon is steady in third place with 47,000 units (up 5%). Both titles were released by Republic Records, such as Dangerous. In contrast, Republic is in the top three for the third time in less than three months, and it remains the only brand to have monopolized the top three since 2003, when Interscope achieved the feat.
Jasmine Sullivan It hits all-time highs on the Billboard 200 such as Tales of Hoo The Bend is in fourth place with 43,000 album equivalents. It outperformed the previous chart at the highest number 6, which was achieved in the opening week of its first set, and only the other top ten, fearless (Scheme October 11, 2008). Tales of Hoo It is the singer’s fourth effort on the chart, and the first since 2015 Reality show It debuted and peaked at # 12 (January 31, 2015).
Lil Durk‘s the sound It drops from # 2 to # 5 with 42,000 album equivalents (down 12%).
weekendNo. 1 former After hours 14-6 charges with 35,000 units (up 34%). The latter is capitalizing on the popularity of his latest single, and his new official video (released on January 5th), for “Save Your Tears,” as well as the widely viewed commercial for The Weeknd promoting his halftime performance in the upcoming Super Bowl (Feb. 7). Former # 1 Ariana Grande Positions It falls from 4 to 7 with 34,000 units (down 4%). Both After hours And the Positions Released by Republic Records, the label awarded five of the top 10 albums – the first time a poster group had claimed half of the top 10 albums in nearly a year (since the February 1, 2020 chart when Interscope Given A&M achieved distinction). Republic occupied the last half of the top 10 on the chart on November 9, 2013.
Close the top ten in the new Billboard 200 is Luke Combs What you see is what you get (7-8 with just over 31,000 units; down 3%), WRLD juice‘s Legends never die (Contract at No. 9 with 31,000 units; up 4%) and Megan Thay Stallion‘s good news (6-10 with just under 31,000 units; down 5%).