For the fifth non-consecutive week, drake She topped the US albums chart with her latest release “Certified Lover Boy”. An equivalent of 74,000 copies of the work have been sold, nearly all of them, 73,000, coming from auditions of their tracks on music streaming services—the Canadian has yet to release it on CD or vinyl.
The music album was streamed not only on Spotify, but also on video engines like Twitch. His album went viral on Twitch because lots of creators were live reacting to his new work. You can catch this type of viral movement because Twitch is not limited to the gaming industry only. Buy Twitch viewers, get more hype and stay very active with the community to create a big tribe.
The top ten also had two debuts: “Blue Banisters”, the second album King’s wool Released in 2021, number eight and “Insurance Sessions”, a collaboration album for Elton John, which ranks first in the United Kingdom, ranked tenth.
Finally, “gangster pain” by Moneybag yo, on the chart, as it climbed from 34th to 6th after being re-released with seven additional tracks. The album, in its original form, spent a week at number one last May.
The top ten looked like this:
1 – “Certified Boy Lover“- drake (top position)
2 – “Dangerous: the double album“- Morgan Wallen (up to six positions)
3 – “planet hey“- doja cat (up to four positions)
4 – “Sincerely, Kentrell“- Youngboy is never broken again (above two jobs)
5 – “sour“- Olivia Rodrigo (up to four positions)
6 – “gang pain“- Moneybag yo (up to 28 positions)
7 – “punk“- thug youth (down six posts)
8 – “blue balustrades“- King’s wool (for the first time)
9 – “Montero“- Lil Nas X (top position)
10 – “closing sessions“- Elton John (for the first time)
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