Hot 100: M5 #9; Bad at Love #20; CIWYW #27

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Hot 100 - Top 10:

1. Rockstar (=)

2. Havana (=)

3. Bodak Yellow (=)

4. Too Good at Goodbyes (+6)

5. Thunder (=)

6. 1-800 (-2)

7. Feel It Still (-1)

8. Perfect (+2)

9. What Lovers Do (+3)

10. Mi Gente (-1)

 

Post Malone Rules Billboard Hot 100 for Fifth Week, Sam Smith Hits New High, Maroon 5 & SZA Reach Top 10

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"Rockstar," released on Republic Records, logs a sixth (nonconsecutive) week at No. 1 on the Streaming Songs chart with 43.6 million U.S. streams (down 5 percent), in the week ending Nov. 9, according to Nielsen Music. It slips 4-5 on Digital Song Sales, which it led for a week, with 47,000 downloads sold (up 2 percent) in the week ending Nov. 9.

 

"Rockstar" bounds 14-10 on Radio Songs with 74 million in all-format audience (up 17 percent) in the week ending Nov. 12, marking Post Malone's first Radio Songs top 10. He previously reached the chart with "White Iverson" (No. 24, 2015) and "Congratulations," featuring Quavo (No. 34, August). 21 Savage likewise achieves his first Radio Songs top 10.

 

And, "Rock" chart update: With a fifth week atop the Hot 100, "Rockstar" passes Michael Jackson's 1980 No. 1 "Rock With You" as the hit with the third-most weeks on top among No. 1s with "rock" in their titles. Ahead are only Joan Jett & the Blackhearts' "I Love Rock & Roll" (seven weeks, 1982) and LMFAO's "Party Rock Anthem," featuring Lauren Bennett and GoonRock (six, 2011).

 

Sam Smith's 'The Thrill of It All' Debuts at No. 1 on Billboard 200 Albums Chart

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Sam Smith scores his first No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 chart, as The Thrill of It All debuts atop the list.

 

The set earned 237,000 equivalent album units in the week ending Nov. 9, according to Nielsen Music. Of that sum, 185,000 were in traditional album sales. The album is Smith’s second full-length studio effort, and was released on Nov. 3 through Capitol Records. It follows his debut studio set, In the Lonely Hour, which debuted and peaked at No. 2 on the July 5, 2014-dated chart.

 

At No. 2 on the new Billboard 200, Maroon 5 collects its sixth top 10 album, as Red Pill Blues debuts at No. 2. The set earned 122,000 equivalent album units, of which 94,000 were in traditional album sales. The band’s last album launched at No. 1 in 2014, starting with 164,000 copies sold (before the chart transitioned to a units-ranked list later that year).

 

The debut sales frames of both Maroon 5’s album as well as Sam Smith’s The Thrill of It All were aided by concert ticket/album bundle sale redemption promotions in association with the acts’ respective upcoming tours.

 
 

 

# Artist Album Change Units % chg
1 Sam Smith The Thrill of It All DEBUT 237,000 --
2 Maroon 5 Red Pill Blues DEBUT 122,000 --
3 Chris Brown Heartbreak on a Full Moon = 73,000 +7%
4 Blake Shelton Texoma Shore DEBUT 63,000 --
5 21 Savage, Offset, Metro Boomin Without Warning -1 56,000 +4%
6 Kenny Chesney Live in No Shoes Nation -5 52,000 -76%
7 Kelsea Ballerini Unapologetically DEBUT 44,000 --
8 Kid Rock Sweet Southern Sugar DEBUT 43,000 --
9 Post Malone Stoney -4 40,000 -3%
10

Ed Sheeran

Divide -1 36,000 +14%

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Good numbers for Sam! :clap3: 

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Without a tour bundle too? :clap3: 

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Both exceeded expectations. :clap3: 

 

poor Blake Shelton. 

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Just now, Icarus said:

Without a tour bundle too? :clap3: 

Both Sam and M5 had tour bundles.

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Just now, Icarus said:

Without a tour bundle too? :clap3: 

Both Sam and M5 had bundles

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I didn't even know his album is out :rip:

 

kind of a flop for Maroon 5

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Great for Sam! and for Maroon 5! Looks like Adam Levine won his album sales bet against Blake :clap3:

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Without Warning with a second week in the top 5 :clap3:

 

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wait Marron 5 has an album out??? :deadbanana2:

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5 minutes ago, Legend E said:

Both Sam and M5 had tour bundles.

Mess! :toofunny3: Still, good numbers 

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Good numbers for Kelsea. :clap3:

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Both Sam and Maroon 5 doing underwhelming numbers considering they had a tour bundle. Blake Shelton flopping too. :doc:

Chris Brown doing surprisingly great.

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Blake deserved better :'(

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omg lemme stream white iverson, do NOT fall out the top 10 stoney

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30 minutes ago, KillingYourCareer said:

Both Sam and Maroon 5 doing underwhelming numbers considering they had a tour bundle. Blake Shelton flopping too. :doc:

Chris Brown doing surprisingly great.

He's rocked up about 85000 SEA In 10 days,

 

good thing ATRL told me nobody would stream his album and he was over.

 

Ed nails down his 32nd of 36 weeks in release, in the top 10.

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oh wow is that chris brown's 3rd week? :eek:

 

and almost an all male top 10  :rip:

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The Witness era may be what it is, but you cannot deny its tour bundle impact!

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Congratz, although the album is a bit bland but i like his voice. :clap3:

 

Maroon 5 deserves that poor sales, their new album sucks 

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40 minutes ago, Bacardi said:

oh wow is that chris brown's 3rd week? :eek:

 

and almost an all male top 10  :rip:

2nd, and his first "week" was 3 days

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