After two steady months, pop charts are finally starting to change, at least a little.
Olivia Rodrigo’s song “Driver’s license“For eight weeks the Billboard Hot 100 has dominated the singles chart, and has become an event on social media, but now it has finally given way. And not just for one song, but three: Drake takes the top three spots with “What’s Next,” “Wants and Needs” and “Lemon Pepper Freestyle” – The first artist in history to do so. (Probably not a coincidence, those songs are the first three tracks, in order, on Drake’s recently released EP, “Scary hour 2. “)” Drivers License “comes at number 4.
However, there is no change in the album chart. “Dangerous: The Double Album,” a ninth week reported by country singer-songwriter Morgan Wallen at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. It equaled 78,000 sales in the United States, with 98 million Steam and 6,000 copies sold. Billboard’s tracking unit, according to MRC data, as a complete package.
Despite a Rebuke from industry After later catching Valen on video using a racial slur, “Dangerous” had the most weeks at number 1 for any album in five years (since “Views”, by Drake – who else?), And one of only four? To spend at least nine weeks on the country album number 1 in 65 years of history in the charts. other? Garth Brooks’s “Ropin the Wind” (1991), Billy Ray Cyrus’s “Some Give All” (1992) and Taylor Swift’s “Fearless” (2008).
Also in this week’s album chart, Pop Smoke’s “Shoot for the Stars Aim for the Moon” is number 2, Pooh Shaisty’s “Shaisty Season” is number 3, Weekend’s year-old “After Hours” is number 4 and Lil. Durk’s “The Voice” is number 5.