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The Weeknd's 'Blinding Lights' Shines at No. 1 on Billboard Hot 100 For Second Week

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"Lights," released on XO/Republic Records, is The Weeknd's first Hot 100 No. 1 to lead for multiple frames since "The Hills," his second No. 1, spent six weeks at the summit in October-November 2015. He first ruled for three weeks in August-September 2015 with "Can't Feel My Face."

 

Dua Lipa's "Break My Heart," her follow-up to "Don't Start Now," launches at No. 21 on the Hot 100 (16.2 million in radio reach; 12.1 million streams), as the tracks' parent album, Future Nostalgia, opens at No. 4 on the Billboard 200, marking her first top 10 on the tally.

 

Plus, PARTYNEXTDOOR and Rihanna's '"Believe It" bounds onto the Hot 100 at No. 23, fueled by 14.6 million first-week streams, sparking its No. 9 entrance on Streaming Songs.

The Weeknd’s ‘After Hours’ Spends Second Week at No. 1 on Billboard 200 Chart

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The Weeknd’s After Hours leads a very busy top 10 on the latest Billboard 200 albums chart, as the set spends a second week atop the tally. The album earned 138,000 equivalent album units in the U.S. in the week ending April 2 according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data. That’s down 69% as compared to the set’s first week, when it entered with 2020’s biggest week for an album: 444,000 units.

 

5 Seconds of Summer scores its fifth top 10 album on the Billboard 200 chart as Calm surges from No. 62 to No. 2 with 133,000 equivalent album units earned (up 1,159%) in the week ending April 2. Of that sum, 113,000 are in album sales (up 970%), 19,000 are SEA units and 1,000 are TEA units. The set is also the best-selling album of the week, and is No. 1 on the Top Album Sales chart.

 

Dua Lipa lands her first top 10 album, as her second effort, Future Nostalgia, debuts at No. 4 with 66,000 equivalent album units earned. Of that sum, 44,000 are in SEA units, 18,000 are in album sales and 3,000 are in TEA units.

 

Pearl Jam returns to the Billboard 200 with its first studio album since 2013, as Gigaton jumps in at No. 5 with 63,000 equivalent album units earned. It’s the band’s 12th top 10 effort. Of the new album’s starting unit sum, 57,000 are in album sales, while 6,000 are in SEA units and less than 1,000 are in TEA units. The album performed particularly well on vinyl, selling 14,000 copies (the second-largest week on vinyl for a 2020 release).

 

PartyNextDoor’s PartyMobile drives in at No. 8 with 50,000 equivalent album units earned. It’s the second top 10 effort for the act, who previously visited the region with PartyNextDoor 3 in 2016 (debuting and peaking at No. 3). The new album, released via OVO Sound/Warner, features a collaboration with Rihanna (“Believe It”), a track featuring OVO chief Drake (“Loyal”) and a remix of the latter tune boasting both Drake and Bad Bunny.

 

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https://www.billboard.com/articles/business/chart-beat/9351457/the-weeknd-after-hours-no-1-billboard-200-chart

 

The Weeknd’s After Hours leads a very busy top 10 on the latest Billboard 200 albums chart, as the set spends a second week atop the tally. The album earned 138,000 equivalent album units in the U.S. in the week ending April 2 according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data. That’s down 69% as compared to the set’s first week, when it entered with 2020’s biggest week for an album: 444,000 units.

Of After Hours’ second-week units, 86,000 are in SEA units, 47,000 are in album sales and 4,000 are in TEA units

 

After Hours’ second week was goosed by the addition of three new songs to the set on Monday (March 30), which helped drive streaming activity for the album. Further, the album continued to benefit from more than 90 merchandise/album bundles available on The Weeknd’s official website, as well as sales generated by a concert/ticket album sale redemption offer with his upcoming tour.

 

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5 Seconds of Summer scores its fifth top 10 album on the Billboard 200 chart as Calm surges from No. 62 to No. 2 with 133,000 equivalent album units earned (up 1,159%) in the week ending April 2. Of that sum, 113,000 are in album sales (up 970%), 19,000 are SEA units and 1,000 are TEA units. The set is also the best-selling album of the week, and is No. 1 on the Top Album Sales chart.

Calm made an early arrival on the Billboard 200 chart dated April 4 at No. 62 with 11,000 in CD sales (in the tracking week ending March 26) from the band’s concert ticket/album bundle with its upcoming U.S. tour. The CDs were inadvertently fulfilled to customers prior to the album’s actual release date of March 27 due to a clerical error. Customers received the album as early as March 23. Longstanding Billboard policy is to reflect album sale activity in the tracking week that the paying customer receives the album.

Calm’s album sales in the tracking week ending April 2 were bolstered by dozens of merchandise/album bundles sold via the group’s official website, as well as its concert ticket/album sale redemption offer. (While 11,000 CDs from that offer were delivered in the tracking week ending March 26, the rest of the redemptions -- and there was a sizable number -- were fulfilled in the tracking week ending April 2.)

 

Continuing on the new Billboard 200, Lil Uzi Vert’s former No. 1 Eternal Atake falls one spot to No. 3, earning 84,000 equivalent album units (down 27%).

Dua Lipa lands her first top 10 album, as her second effort, Future Nostalgia, debuts at No. 4 with 66,000 equivalent album units earned. Of that sum, 44,000 are in SEA units, 18,000 are in album sales and 3,000 are in TEA units.

Future Nostalgia, released via Warner Records, easily beats the peak of the pop singer-songwriter’s self-titled debut effort, which topped out at No. 27 on the Feb. 17, 2018-dated chart.

Pearl Jam returns to the Billboard 200 with its first studio album since 2013, as Gigaton jumps in at No. 5 with 63,000 equivalent album units earned. It’s the band’s 12th top 10 effort. Of the new album’s starting unit sum, 57,000 are in album sales, while 6,000 are in SEA units and less than 1,000 are in TEA units. The album performed particularly well on vinyl, selling 14,000 copies (the second-largest week on vinyl for a 2020 release).

 

Gigaton is Pearl Jam’s 11th studio album, and all 11 of those have reached the top five on the chart. Rounding out Pearl Jam’s 12 top 10 albums, the live compilation soundtrack album Pearl Jam Twenty debuted and peaked at No. 10 in 2011.

Lil Baby’s former No. 1 My Turn slips from No. 3 to No. 6 with 53,000 equivalent album units earned (down 12%) while Bad Bunny’s YHLQMDLG falls from No. 4 to No. 7 with 51,000 units (down less than 1%).

PartyNextDoor’s PartyMobile drives in at No. 8 with 50,000 equivalent album units earned. It’s the second top 10 effort for the act, who previously visited the region with PartyNextDoor 3 in 2016 (debuting and peaking at No. 3). The new album, released via OVO Sound/Warner, features a collaboration with Rihanna (“Believe It”), a track featuring OVO chief Drake (“Loyal”) and a remix of the latter tune boasting both Drake and Bad Bunny.

Back on the new Billboard 200, Roddy Ricch’s former No. 1 Please Excuse Me for Being Antisocial descends 6-9 with 40,000 equivalent album units earned (down 6%).

Closing out the new top 10 is Joyner Lucas, who makes his chart debut with his first studio album, ADHD. The set starts with 39,000 equivalent album units earned, with 28,000 of that sum in SEA units, 10,000 in album sales and a little over 1,000 in TEA units. 

 

B200:

1 (=) The Weeknd - After Hours | 138,000 (47k pure) [-69%] **

2 (+60) 5 Seconds Of Summer - Calm | 133,000 (113k pure) **

3 (-1) Lil Uzi Vert - Eternal Atake | 84,000 [-27%]

4 (NE) Dua Lipa - Future Nostalgia | 66,000 (18k pure) 

5 (NE) Pearl Jam - Gigaton | 63,000 (57k pure)

6 (-3) Lil Baby - My Turn | 50,000 [-12%]

7 (-3) Bad Bunny - YHLQMDLG | 51,000 [-1%]

8 (NE) PartyNextDoor - PartyMobile | 50,000 

9 (-3) Roddy Ricch - Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial | 40,000 [-6%]

10 (NE) Joyner Lucas - ADHD | 39,000 (10k pure)

 

**tons of bundles

 

 

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Navyofbadgals

Dua did good, 48k in SEA+TEA is very nice, esp considering the circumstances :clap3:

 

abel blocking 5SOS, Ahh we love to see it :clap3: king!!

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State of Grace.

AHHHHHHHHH :clap3: 

 

Dua top 5 and Abel #1, talent won! :alexz: 

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Aramis

GAYS WON :jonny6:

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Arthoe

AHHHHHHHH. The fraudulent losers LOST.

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Ger-55

Great numbers for 5SOS tbh :clap3: 

Not bad for Abel, good numbers after all.

 

Cute for Dua :clap3:

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Marq

Dua did amazing omg. I totally expected like 40k :heart2: 

 

She's gonna serve longevity too

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Mr. Venti

:jonny2:

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Mark Rih

Dua over 65K :eek:

 

Abel #1 and 5SOS, ahhhhhhhhhhhhh :sistrens:

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cityfolk

Dua doing higher than predicted as a foreign pop star :clap3:

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LiveYourLife

So proud of my girl Dua!! 

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After Hours’ second week was goosed by the addition of three new songs to the set on Monday (March 30), which helped drive streaming activity for the album. Further, the album continued to benefit from more than 90 merchandise/album bundles available on The Weeknd’s official website, as well as sales generated by a concert/ticket album sale redemption offer with his upcoming tour.

3 new songs and 90+ bundles

 

well it did the trick i guess

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Armani👑

Is the first week since release where Post Malone is out the top 10?

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Mr. Venti
1 minute ago, Armani👑 said:

Billboard even lashed them in the article:dies:

 

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While 11,000 CDs from that offer were delivered in the tracking week ending March 26, the rest of the redemptions -- and there was a sizable number -- were fulfilled in the tracking week ending April 2.)

 

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Young Volcanoes

139k  :jonny2: the talentry :jonny6:

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Green

5SOS getting a taste of their own medicine :sistrens: 

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beatinglikeadrum

Well, well, well ... Talent won.

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americanlife

Glad to not see 5SOS at #1 :clap3: and so proud of Dua for #4.

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gotportugal
1 minute ago, Green said:

5SOS getting a taste of their own medicine :sistrens: 

True, thei are seething hihi

 

 

Interesting, Dua and PND virtually tied in SEA. Nice.

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Mark Rih
4 minutes ago, fridayteenage said:

3 new songs and 90+ bundles

 

well it did the trick i guess

It did :clap3:

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KillingYourCareer
16 minutes ago, Starkboy said:

After Hours’ second week was goosed by the addition of three new songs to the set on Monday (March 30), which helped drive streaming activity for the album. Further, the album continued to benefit from more than 90 merchandise/album bundles available on The Weeknd’s official website, as well as sales generated by a concert/ticket album sale redemption offer with his upcoming tour.

Y'all calling 5SOS fraudulent but wtf is this :bibliahh:

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Mark Rih

 

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Rodrighost

DUA :clap3: slowly becoming a force

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