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Morgan Wallen's 'Dangerous: The Double Album' No. 1 for Second Week on Billboard 200

It’s the first country set to spend two weeks in a row at No. 1 since 2015. Plus: Why Don’t We logs career-high rank with debut of 'The Good Times and the Bad Ones.'

Morgan Wallen’s Dangerous: The Double Album spends a second straight week at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, earning 159,000 equivalent album units in the U.S. in the week ending Jan. 21 (down 40%), according to MRC Data. The album arrived atop the list a week ago with 265,000 units.

 

Dangerous is the first country album to spend two weeks in a row at No. 1 since Chris Stapleton’s Traveller in 2015 (charts dated Nov. 21-28 that year), and the first country set to spend its first two weeks at No. 1 since Luke Bryan’s Kill the Lights that year (Aug. 29-Sept. 5, 2015). Traveller debuted on the chart dated May 23, 2015 at No. 14, and was off the chart by October. It then re-entered at No. 1 on Nov. 21, 2015, after Stapleton’s multiple wins and well-received performance on the Country Music Association Awards on Nov. 4.

 

The Billboard 200 chart ranks the most popular albums of the week in the U.S. based on multi-metric consumption as measured in equivalent album units. Units comprise album sales, track equivalent albums (TEA) and streaming equivalent albums (SEA). Each unit equals one album sale, or 10 individual tracks sold from an album, or 3,750 ad-supported or 1,250 paid/subscription on-demand official audio and video streams generated by songs from an album. The new Jan. 30, 2021-dated chart (where Dangerous holds at No. 1) will be posted in full on Billboard's website on Jan. 26. For all chart news, follow @billboard and @billboardcharts on both Twitter and Instagram.

 

https://www.billboard.com/articles/business/chart-beat/9515712/morgan-wallen-dangerous-the-double-album-tops-billboard-200-week-two

 

Billboard 200: #1(=) @MorganWallen, Dangerous: The Double Album 159,000 (424,000 units since release). *second week at #1*

Billboard 200: #2(+1) Pop Smoke, Shoot For The Stars Aim For The Moon 47,000 (2,194,000 units since release). *peak: #1 for 2 weeks*

Billboard 200: #3(new) @whydontwemusic, The Good Times and the Bad Ones 46,000 [11.34 million on-demand streams].

Billboard 200: #4(-2) @taylorswift13, evermore 41,000 (721,000 units since release). *peak: #1 for 3 weeks*

Billboard 200: #5(+2) @ArianaGrande, Positions 39,000 (733,000 units since release). *peak: #1 for 2 weeks*

Billboard 200: #6(-1) @lildurk, The Voice 37,000 (216,000 units since release). *peak: #2*

Billboard 200: #7(+12) @Eminem, Music to Be Murdered By 33,000 (1,260,000 units since release). *peak: #1*

Billboard 200: #8(-2) @theweeknd, After Hours 33,000 (1,884,000 units since release). *peak: #1 for 4 weeks*

Billboard 200: #9(=) Juice WRLD, Legends Never Die 32,000 (1,986,000 units since release). *peak: #1 for 2 weeks*

Billboard 200: #10(-2) @lukecombs, What You See Is What You Get 32,000 (2,000,000 units since release). *peak: #1 for 2 weeks*

 

Olivia Rodrigo

 

Olivia Rodrigo's 'Drivers License' No. 1 on Hot 100 for 2nd Week, Ariana Grande's '34+35' Bounds to No. 2

 

The latter leaps following the release of its remix featuring Doja Cat and Megan Thee Stallion.

Olivia Rodrigo's "Drivers License" spends a second week at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, after soaring in atop the tally a week ago.

 

Plus, Ariana Grande's "34+35" leaps from No. 11 to No. 2 on the Hot 100, surpassing its prior No. 8 peak, following the release of its remix featuring Doja Cat and Megan Thee Stallion (both of whom receive chart credit on the song for the first time).

 

Notably, "34+35" marks the highest-charting Hot 100 by a trio of women soloists in nearly 20 years. (See below for details.)

 

The Hot 100 blends all-genre U.S. streaming (official audio and official video), radio airplay and sales data. All charts (dated Jan. 30) will update on Billboard.com tomorrow (Jan. 26). For all chart news, you can follow @billboard and @billboardcharts on both Twitter and Instagram.

 

https://www.billboard.com/articles/business/chart-beat/9515956/olivia-rodrigo-drivers-license-number-one-second-week-hot-100/

 

Hot 100

#1 drivers licence (=) [2x #1]

#2 34+35 (+9)

#3 Mood (-1)

#4 Blinding Lights (=)

#5 Positions (-2)

#6 Levitating (=)

#7 Go Crazy (-2)

#8 Holy (-1)

#9 Bang! (-1)

#10 Good Days (=)

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QueenofCopyPaste
Just now, Green said:

First country album to spend multiples weeks at #1 since 2015  :clap3: 

what album?

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32 minutes ago, QueenofCopyPaste said:

what album?

Dangerous is the first country album to spend two weeks in a row at No. 1 since Chris Stapleton’s Traveller in 2015 (charts dated Nov. 21-28 that year), and the first country set to spend its first two weeks at No. 1 since Luke Bryan’s Kill the Lights that year (Aug. 29-Sept. 5, 2015). 

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19 minutes ago, Green said:

Dangerous is the first country album to spend two weeks in a row at No. 1 since Chris Stapleton’s Traveller in 2015 (charts dated Nov. 21-28 that year), and the first country set to spend its first two weeks at No. 1 since Luke Bryan’s Kill the Lights that year (Aug. 29-Sept. 5, 2015). 

Thanks

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15 minutes ago, INTOBISH said:

Positions:clap3:

 

It sold more than TUN in its 12th week (39k vs 38k)

oh wow :jonny6: 

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How did Morgan Wallen become so massive? And on streaming too.

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23 minutes ago, INTOBISH said:

Positions:clap3:

 

It sold more than TUN in its 12th week (39k vs 38k)

oh wow, and ATRL had the nerve to call it a flop album 

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sales Positions so far

1-8-14-36-51-14-66-55-44-56-54

 

5 t40s so far. maybe she'll get more.

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9 minutes ago, lawmak said:

How did Morgan Wallen become so massive? And on streaming too.

I guess country artists in general getting bigger in streaming since their main consumption way, pure sales are dying and their audience is shifting to streaming services because of it. 

We might see more country music dominance in streaming in a few years. 

 

But very impressive numbers regardless and his album deserves. 

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9 minutes ago, Artistofthedecade said:

I guess country artists in general getting bigger in streaming since their main consumption way, pure sales are dying and their audience is shifting to streaming services because of it. 

We might see more country music dominance in streaming in a few years. 

 

But very impressive numbers regardless and his album deserves. 

Oh alright, cool!

 

Thank you for this x

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31 minutes ago, lawmak said:

How did Morgan Wallen become so massive? And on streaming too.

He's huge + it's double album with 32 tracks. This is also the main reason why Pop Smoke and Juice World are so stable because their albums have tonnes of tracks

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Just now, Coklek92 said:

He's huge + it's double album with 32 tracks. This is also the main reason why Pop Smoke and Juice World are so stable because their albums have tonnes of tracks

First off..I love your avatar :toofunny2:

 

But didn't Chris Brown released an album with 789 tracks and did just ok?

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3 minutes ago, lawmak said:

First off..I love your avatar :toofunny2:

 

But didn't Chris Brown released an album with 789 tracks and did just ok?

For someone who is irrelevant right now, his latest album did great. It's Platinum already, thanks to its 30+ tracks

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