1. (N) Bad Bunny – Un Verano Sin Ti
(1) Future – I Never Liked You
3. (N) Jack Harlow – Come Home The Kids Miss You
4. (3) Morgan Wallen – Dangerous: The Double Album
(5) Olivia Rodrigo – Sour
(6) (N) Arcade Fire – We
7. (6) Lil Durk – 7220
8. (7) B.S.O. Encanto
9. (N) Eslabon Armado – Nostalgia
10. (9) Drake – Certified Lover Boy
Bad Bunny gets his second No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with his new album release, ‘Un Verano Sin Ti’, which achieves the best starting figure so far this year (274,000 equivalent units) thanks to its stellar performance on streaming platforms. Benito’s new album has reached 356 million streams in its first week, the highest-ever figure for a Latin album and the best figure for any album this year. In addition, the album marks the best debut on the Billboard 200 since Adele‘s ’30’, which kicked off with 288,000 units in December 2021.
Jack Harlow gets the second-best entry of the week with the album ‘Come Home the Kids Miss You’, which debuts in the third position with 113,000 equivalent units. It is the rapper’s second top 10, surpassing the fifth place achieved in 2020 with ‘Thats What They All Say’.
In addition, Arcade Fire certifies its fifth top 10 with the album ‘We‘, which debuts at number 6 with 32,000 total units of which 26,500 belongs to actual sales, making it the best-selling album of the week.
Also appearing in the top 10 is the album Nostalgia‘ by Eslabón Armado, the first time the Californian group has entered the top 10 of the Billboard 200. Together with the debut of Bad Bunny’s new album, it is the first time in the history of the Billboard chart that two Spanish-language albums have simultaneously entered the top 10.
HOT 100 (Songs)
1. (3) Jack Harlow – First Class
2. (2) Harry Styles – As It Was
3. (1) Future feat. Drake & Tens – Wait For U
4. (N) Bad Bunny – Moscow Mule
5. (N) Bad Bunny – Titi Asked Me
6. (N) Bad Bunny – After the Beach
7. (5) Glass Animals – Heat Waves
8. (6) Latto – Big Energy
(19) Lizzo – About Damn Time
10. (N) Bad Bunny & Chencho Corleone – Me Porto Bonito
Jack Harlow‘s hit ‘First Class‘ returns to the top spot on the U.S. singles chart for the second non-consecutive week, moving up from #3 following the release of the rapper’s new album. The song climbs to No. 2 on the streaming chart with 31.1 million plays, drops to No. 7 on the sales chart with another 8,000 legal downloads, and climbs to No. 8 on the radio chart.
Another of the week’s big stars is Bad Bunny, who placed four songs from his new album in the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100. This is the first time in the more than 60 years of the chart that four Spanish-language songs have simultaneously reached the top 10. Of particular note is the album’s lead single, ‘Moscow Mule‘, which achieves the week’s most notable entry debuting at number 4 with 30.4 million streams.
In addition, Harry Styles‘ hit ‘As It Was‘ remains in the second position and climbs to the top of the radio chart this week. It is the third No. 1 for the British artist on the airplay chart after ‘Adore You’ and ‘Watermelon Sugar‘. It is also a good week for Lizzo and her single ‘About Damn Time‘, which climbs ten places to ninth position. The artist adds her fourth top 10 after ‘Truth Hurts’, ‘Good as Hell’, and ‘Rumors‘ with Cardi B.
You can check all the charts of the last week on the Billboard website.