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Harry Styles’ ‘Harry’s House’ Holds at No. 1 for Second Week on Billboard 200 Chart

Plus: Def Leppard debuts in top 10.

 

Harry Styles Harry’s House holds atop the Billboard 200 albums chart (dated June 11) for a second week, following its debut at No. 1 a week ago. The set earned 160,500 equivalent album units (down 69%) in the U.S. in the week ending June 2, according to Luminate. It launched with 521,500 units.

 

Harry’s House is the first album to spend its first two weeks on the chart at No. 1 since Adele’s 30 spent its first six weeks atop the list (charts dated Dec. 4, 2021-Jan. 8, 2022).

 

Also in the new top 10, Def Leppard scores its eighth top 10 album on the Billboard 200 with the debut of Diamond Star Halos.

 

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, compiled by Luminate. 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 June 11, 2022-dated chart will be posted in full on Billboard‘s website on June 7. For all chart news, follow @billboard and @billboardcharts on both Twitter and Instagram.

 

https://www.billboard.com/music/chart-beat/harry-styles-harrys-house-number-one-second-week-billboard-200-1235081797/

 

Billboard 200:#1(=)@Harry_Styles, Harry’s House 160,500 (682,000 units since release). *second week at#1*

Billboard 200:#2(=) Bad Bunny (@sanbenito), Un Verano Sin Ti 141,500 (753,000 units since release). *peak:#1*

Billboard 200:#3(=)@kendricklamar, Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers 89,500 (482,000 units since release). *peak:#1*

Billboard 200:#4(=)@1future, I NEVER LIKED YOU 68,000 (573,000 units since release). *peak:#1*

Billboard 200:#5(+1)@MorganWallen, Dangerous: The Double Album 53,500 (4,222,000 units since release). *peak:#1 for 10 weeks*

Billboard 200:#6(+6)@DojaCat, Planet Her 41,500 (1,996,000 units since release). *peak:#2 for 4 weeks*

Billboard 200:#7(-2)@zachlanebryan, American Heartbreak 40,500 (112,000 units since release). *peak:#5*

Billboard 200:#8(=)@oliviarodrigo, SOUR 39,000 (3,172,000 units since release). *peak:#1 for 5 weeks*

Billboard 200:#9(-2)@jackharlow, Come Home the Kids Miss You 34,500 (244,000 units since release). *peak:#3*

Billboard 200:#10(new)@DefLeppard, Diamond Star Halos 34,000 [2.7 million on-demand streams | 32,000 pure sales].

 

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Harry Styles Holds Atop Billboard Hot 100 With ‘As It Was,’ Kate Bush’s ‘Running Up That Hill’ Hits Top 10

Bush's 1985 classic re-enters at No. 8, soaring past its prior No. 30 peak, thanks to its "Stranger Things"-sparked revival.

 

Harry Styles‘ “As It Was” scores a fifth week atop the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart. It premiered at No. 1 eight weeks earlier.

 

Concurrently, Kate Bush‘s 1985 classic “Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God)” re-enters the Hot 100 at No. 8, far surpassing its prior No. 30 peak – and becoming Bush’s first top 10 on the chart – sparked by its synch in the new fourth season of Netflix’s Stranger Things.

 

The Hot 100 blends all-genre U.S. streaming (official audio and official video), radio airplay and sales data. All charts (dated June 11, 2022) will update on Billboard.com tomorrow (June 7). For all chart news, you can follow @billboard and @billboardcharts on both Twitter and Instagram.

 

https://www.billboard.com/music/chart-beat/harry-styles-kate-bush-hot-100-top-10-1235082217/

 

Hot 100

#1 As It Was (=) [5x #1]

#2 First Class (=)

#3 WAIT FOR YOU (=)

#4 About Damn Time (+1)

#5 Heat Waves (+1)

#6 Big Energy (+1)

#7 Me Porto Bonito (+3)

#8 Ruming Up The Hill (RE)

#9 Late Night Talking (-4)

#10 Stay (+2)

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excellence winning :fan:

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Harry :jonny5: Going from a 2nd week #1 with 89k for FL to a 2nd week at #1 with 160k with Harry’s House :jonny5:

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Talent winning :clap3:

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Oh wow …… oh wow ….. 

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3 minutes ago, storminthedark said:

Harry :jonny5: Going from a 2nd week #1 with 89k for FL to a 2nd week at #1 with 160k with Harry’s House :jonny5:

only a 69% drop as well WOW :clap3::chick2:

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2 minutes ago, storminthedark said:

Harry :jonny5: Going from a 2nd week #1 with 89k for FL to a 2nd week at #1 with 160k with Harry’s House :jonny5:

More SEA second week with Harry's House than Fine Line's first :gayrrycat1:

 

So proud of my boy

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Four former No. 1s are next up on the Billboard 200, as Bad Bunny’s Un Verano Sin Ti is a non-mover at No. 2 with 141,500 equivalent album units (down 9%), Kendrick Lamar’s Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers is a non-mover at No. 3 with 89,500 units (down 7%)

Benito coming back :clap3:

Kendrick stable :clap3:

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I hope Bad Bunny gets the #1 album of the year. It’s looking pretty likely at this point. 

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Yes, Harry :clap3:So proud!

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Not bad but that will be his last week at #1

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20 minutes ago, More Than A Melody said:

More SEA second week with Harry's House than Fine Line's first :gayrrycat1:

 

So proud of my boy

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wow do you have the numbers? 

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Congrats to Harry liked HH more than FL:bam:

 

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Great numbers. The consumption is clearly there. :clap3: 

 

Bad Bunny :deadvision:

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The way ATRL wanted BB to kick Harry off the top :dies:

but wait, don't tell me HH is less than 100k short of matching UVST  :deadbanana2: even tho the later has more weeks to it

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Morgan Wallen still top 5 and at 4.2M units. :bloo:

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1 minute ago, Rev8 said:

but wait, don't tell me HH is less than 100k short of matching UVST  :deadbanana2: even tho the later has more weeks to it

a spanish language album doing so well is legitimately extraordinary and should pull back ahead next week.

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34 minutes ago, Fifteen said:

wow do you have the numbers? 

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Congrats to Harry liked HH more than FL:bam:

 

Fine Line did 89,000 SEA first week
Harry's House 102,500 second week

 

I loved Fine Line but HsH >>>>>

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1 hour ago, fridayteenage said:

a spanish language album doing so well is legitimately extraordinary and should pull back ahead next week.

Only because it has 10 more tracks. Average per track Harry's House is doing a lot better (even week by week comparisons).

 

It's definitely impressive that BB is doing so well, but ATRL keeps trying to use him to shade Harry when Harry is clearly bigger in the US (and globally) :rip: 

 

Y'all keep setting Benito up, when we could be saying they're both great. But that's ATRL for you...

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1 hour ago, More Than A Melody said:

Only because it has 10 more tracks. Average per track Harry's House is doing a lot better (even week by week comparisons).

 

It's definitely impressive that BB is doing so well, but ATRL keeps trying to use him to shade Harry when Harry is clearly bigger in the US (and globally) :rip: 

 

Y'all keep setting Benito up, when we could be saying they're both great. But that's ATRL for you...

tea :rip: im not even attacking, just laughing that those OHSSs

I mean..the pures??

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4 hours ago, More Than A Melody said:

Fine Line did 89,000 SEA first week
Harry's House 102,500 second week

 

I loved Fine Line but HsH >>>>>

thank you:heart: his streaming power grew a lot and the people as usual in here just trying to use another artist to come for an artist they dislike:giraffe:. Benito needs another week at #1 tho the stability:clap3:

i agree with you, liked most part of FL but HH is just better. 

 

HH

 for now >Debut > FL 

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5 hours ago, Rev8 said:

The way ATRL wanted BB to kick Harry off the top :dies:

but wait, don't tell me HH is less than 100k short of matching UVST  :deadbanana2: even tho the later has more weeks to it

Yeah Bad Bunny not being able to sell anyyyyyy physicals (dont know if he has them, but he certainly would If he had demand) is really interesting given his massive streaming

 

4 hours ago, More Than A Melody said:

Only because it has 10 more tracks. Average per track Harry's House is doing a lot better (even week by week comparisons).

 

It's definitely impressive that BB is doing so well, but ATRL keeps trying to use him to shade Harry when Harry is clearly bigger in the US (and globally) :rip: 

 

Y'all keep setting Benito up, when we could be saying they're both great. But that's ATRL for you...

Bad Bunny still has 6 tracks in the Spotify top 10.... More tracks helps some, absolutely, but there is no comparison between their global streaming numbers.

And yes a 13 track album will always have a better average than a 23 track album. BB would have a better average too with less tracks

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2M units for Doja next week :clap3: 

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