Drake scored 11th number 1 album on the Billboard 200 with ‘Honestly, Nevermind’ – Billboard

Drake‘with Honestly, it doesn’t matter debuts at the top of Billboard’s 200 album chart (as of July 2), making the superstar 11th No. 1 on the chart. It was a surprising release announced June 16, and the album fell at midnight on June 17. The set is a sound turn to the left of hip-hop a giant as he is ”almost entirely composed of moody electronic atmospheres and the warmth of the dance floor that moves the body”And“leans on the house music scene”With collaborations from“seven house music producers with varying degrees of mainstream fame. ”

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Drake becomes the fifth member with more than 10 No. 1 albums on the Billboard 200 since the chart began releasing regularly on a weekly basis in 1956. The Beatles (leading from a record 19 No. 1), Jay Z (14), Bruce Springsteen and Barbra Streisand (each with 11).

Honestly, it doesn’t matter launches with 204,000 equivalent album units earned in the U.S. in the week ending June 23, according to Luminate. Streaming boosted 94% of the total for the first week of the album.

Also in the new top 10, Kevin Gates collects his fifth top 10 on the Billboard 200, as Khaza comes to number 8.

The Billboard 200 rankings rank the most popular albums of the week in the U.S. based on multi-meter consumption measured in equivalent album units, compiled by Luminate. Units consist of album sales, equivalent song albums (TEA) and streaming equivalent albums (SEA). Each unit equals one album sale or 10 individual songs sold from the album, or 3,750 ad-supported or 1,250 paid / subscribed official audio and video streams on demand generated songs from the album. The new chart from July 2, 2022 will be published in full Boardthe user’s website on June 28th. For all the news from the rankings, follow @billboard and @billboardcharts on Twitter and Instagram.

From Honestly, Nevermind’s 204,000 equivalent album units were earned, SEA units make up 191,000 (equivalent to 250.23 million official streams of songs set on demand), album sales consist of 11,000, and TEA units consist of 2,000.

14 tracks Honestly, it doesn’t matter reveals the fourth biggest week of streaming for the album in 2022, according to official streams on demand: 250.23 million. It is noticeable that the three major weeks this year were marked by albums with a longer list of songs (all in their first weeks): Bad Bunny‘with Summer without you (356.55 million from 23 songs), Kendrick Lamar‘with Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers (343.02 million; 18 songs) i Future‘with I never liked you (283.75 million; 22 songs).

In fact, the last time the album was short (or shorter). Honestly, it doesn’t matter had a major week of transmission more than a year ago, when Olivia Rodrigohas 11 songs Sour bowed with 300.73 million official streams on demand (chart of June 5, 2021).

The most streamlined clipping Honestly, it doesn’t matterofficial streams on demand, his final song is “Jimmy Cooks” s 21 Savage, with HRK 39.59 million. The second and third most read songs are the opening track of the albums “Falling Back” (27.05 million) and “Sticky” (26.16 million). “Falling” is the only song from the album with the official video, and 3.03 million of its streams came from video reproductions. (Looking only at officials on request audio streams, the two most watched songs on the set are “Jimmy Cooks” with 37.93 million and “Sticky” with 25.37 million.)

“Jimmy Cooks” and “Sticky” are most rap-forward cuts on the album. Together, the two songs accounted for 26% of official weekly on-demand album streams (65.75 million out of 250.23 million).

In total, Honestly, it doesn’t matter is Drake’s 14th album on the list of the top 10 on the Billboard 200. Since 2009, when he first came to the top charts, and onwards, he has reported at least one new top 10 each year except 2012 and 2014. Sincerely gives Drake the eighth year in a row with a new album from the top 10 (since 2015. What a time to be alivewith the Future and If you are reading this, it is too late – both no. 1s). Since 2015, no other acting has recorded the new top 10 in each year.

In 2nd place on the new Billboard 200, at the top of the Bad Bunny rankings Summer without you is a non-mover with 121,000 equivalent album units (less than 8%). Summer without you has over 100,000 in each of its first seven weeks on the scale. The last title to do so was Drake‘with Scorpionwhose number exceeded 100,000 units in the first seven weeks (July 28 to August 25, 2018, charts).

Harry Styles‘former leader Harry’s house stands in 3rd place with 79,000 equivalent album units (down 13%), BTSEvidence falls 1-4 in its second week with 75,000 units (a drop of 76%) and Morgan Wallen‘with Dangerous: Double album grows 6-5 with 52,000 units (an increase of less than 1%). Future former number 1 I never liked you falls 5-6 with 49,000 units (a drop of 11%), and Post Malone‘with Twelve carat toothache falls 4-7 with 44,000 units (down 26%).

Kevin Gates found himself on his fifth top 10 album on the Billboard 200 as Khaza comes in 8th place with 38,000 equivalent album units earned. Of that amount, SEA units consist of 34,000 (equivalent to 47.05 million official streams of on-demand song sets), album sales consist of 3,000, and TEA units comprise less than 1,000.

The new top 10 is closed by two former no. 1: Kendrick Lamar Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers (7-9 with 36,000 equivalent album units; a 14% drop) and Olivia Rodrigo Sour (8-10 with 32,000 units; 1% increase).

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