Ed Sheeran's 's Tops Album Chart; Glass Animals&' Single Finally Cracks The Top 10 10 Stars, Top 20 (each satt) and 'Jog'
As soon as the pop star released the album, its fourth album was named No. 1 on the Billboard 200, with 1188,000 equivalent album units.
Adele said goodbye to the No. 1 spot for the third week in a row with "Easy on Me" on the Billboard Hot 100. "Ass on me" is "On the billboard hot 100."
The song, which Billboard says is a record length to reach the top 10 - the whole 63-year history of the Hot 100 took 42 weeks to become arguably the most important thing on Bill's singles chart.
The album chart was named at No. 5 with Something for the Hotties, which consists of previously unreleased vault tracks mixed with freestyles already out, plus the June single Thot Shit.
The three projects that landed between Sheeran and Megan all fell one spot from the previous week to make room for the new chart topper. Drakes Certifiable Lover Boy also fell to no. 3, with 42,000, and Doja CatS Planet Her slipped to No. 4 with 40,000. None of those three mainstays did more than 10% of volume for this week.
8-10: Oliva Rodrigo, YoungBoy Never Broke Again, Lil Nas X, the Kid Laroi and Moneybag Yo.
The Kid Laroi and Justin Bieber's Stay followed Adeles indomitable single on the Hot 100, with the resurrender as the ninth and fifth of the three-week run at No. 1 that only Adelen could break. Lil Nas X and Jack Harlow Industry Baby remain the third and third-placed number of people who have not yet been on the Hot.
The release of Sheerans album helped give two songs he had already had in the top 10, Bad Habits and Shivers, one-spot boosts to Nos. 4 and 6 respectively.
The news continued to be good for Hayes, as he topped the country airplay chart for the first time, despite the number one achievement for a remarkable 17th week of his career.
Another catchover in the top 10 is Drakes Way 2 Sexy at no. 7, Doja Cat Need to Know (No. 8), and Olivia Rodrigoll Good 4 U (1 No. 9.