Morgan Wallen Spends 14th Week at No. 1

Country star Morgan Warren returns to tour after a six-week hiatus, returning to No. 1 on Billboard’s album chart for 14 straight weeks since the release of his latest album, One Thing At A. Earned. Time” announced in March.

With 14 weeks at number one, “One Thing At A Time” is a far cry from Drake’s “Views,” which topped the charts for a total of 13 weeks in 2016, and it’s been more than a decade for Warren. It means that it won the most number of first place in the week. Adele’s ’21’ ended with 24 non-consecutive weeks in 2011 and 2012.

This week’s “One Thing at a Time” returned to number one for the second straight week last week with 139 million streams and 110,000 total album equivalent units, including 4,500 sales. Since then, listener activity has fallen only 1 percent. 2. In the 16 weeks since its release, Warren’s album has sold no less than 100,000 copies in comparable units, and has been tied with Bad Bunny’s ‘Un Verano Sin Ti’ for most of the week, by modern counting. It has a total of 6 digits. According to Billboard.

Warren’s world tour in support of ‘One Thing at a Time’ Reopened in Chicago last week, the singer said doctors had recommended voice rest, after a six-week delay. In April, Warren abruptly canceled a concert in Mississippi just before going on stage. piss off some fans. Warren’s tour will continue for most of the year, with some dates postponed until 2024.

Among the regulars on this year’s charts, K-pop groups selling collectible CDs also saw success this week. Ateez’s ‘The World EP.2: Outlaw’ is number two with his 106,000 units, of which his 101,000 album sales. Billboard reports that of the 10 complete albums that have sold over 100,000 copies this year, seven were by K-pop artists and have come in various CD versions.

The rest of the top five included Ganna’s first post-release album, A Gift & a Curse, which finished third with a total of 85,000 units. Taylor Swift’s “Midnight” comes in fourth with 60,000 units. SZA’s “SOS” is ranked 8th to 5th with 48,000 units. Warren’s previous album, Dangerous: The Double Album, which spent 10 weeks at No. 1 in 2021, finished at No. 6.

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