Justin Bieber’s new album, “Justice”, returns to No. 1 for the second time, beating Demi Lovato’s latest in a tight race for the top number.
“The justice, “Which opened at No. 1 two weeks ago, then dropped to No. 2, reclaiming the peak position of the Billboard 200 chart, equivalent to 75,000 sales in the United States, with 89 million streams and 6,000 copies as a complete package. Billboard’s tracking service, according to MRC data, sold in. The 27-year-old Bieber has let eight albums go to No. 1, but this is the first time that one of them has been on top since “My World 2.0” in over a week. More has accumulated, which saw four chart-topping weeks in 2010.
Lovato is behind “Dance with the devil … the art of starting, “Which opened with approximately 47 million streams, with approximately 47 million streams and 38,000 copies sold as a complete package.
Bieber and Lovato shared the same manager, scooter Braun, Who has also been in the news recently as the former owner of Taylor Swift’s first six albums, which she has pledged to renaissance as a sense of control and economic revenge. (In the past 21 months, Braun’s company, Ithaca Holdings, bought for Swift’s former label, Big Machine $ 300 million to $ 350 million, Then sold Swift’s recordings to an investment firm associated with the Disney family, also for More than $ 300 million, And then Ithaca sold himself Just over $ 1 billion.)
Swift’s first recorded album, “Fearless (Taylor’s Edition), “Was released last Friday and is expected to open at No. 1 on next week’s chart.
Also this week, “SoulFly” by Rod Wave, Last Week’s Top SellersFell, peaking at number 3 in its second week. Morgan Wallen’s “Dangerous: The Double Album” is number 4. And “Destined 2 Win” opened at No. 5 by New York rapper-singer Lil Ties.