BTS returns to first place in Artist 100 ranking
“Permission to Dance” replaces “Butter” (which drops to # 7) atop the Hot 100, making BTS the first group to replace themselves at # 1 since The Black Eyed Peas in 2009. (Of all the acts, Drake had lasted succeeded him at the top in 2018.)
A pair of albums on the Billboard 200 also feeds into BTS ‘Artist 100 Coronation: Soul Card: 7, at n ° 93, and To be, at n ° 108.
Elsewhere on the Artist 100, BIA debuts at # 73, while their single “Whole Lotta Money” debuts at # 16 on the Hot 100. The song leans after the arrival of its remix featuring starring Nicki Minaj, fueled by a 238% surge to 14.7 million US feeds in the follow-up week. The song marks the first top 40 Hot 100 hit for BIA (aka Bianca Landrau, born in Medford, Mass.), Who had previously reached the charts with “Best on Earth” with Russ, topping No.46, in 2019-2020.
“Money” also opens at No. 9 on Streaming Songs, giving BIA its first top 10 when it first appeared in the survey. At the same time, his LP Certainly ranks 39th on the best R & B / Hip-Hop albums with 12,000 equivalent album units (up 255%), also marking its first visit to the charts.
Additionally, The Wallflowers debut at # 74 on the Artist 100 with their new album Exit injuries, which opens at # 4 on Americana / Folk Albums and # 32 on Top Rock & Alternative Albums (7,000 units). (The group, which broke through the ’90s with anthems including “One Headlight,” the biggest hit in the 25-year history of the adult alternative song chart, predates Artist 100, which debuted in 2014. )
The Artist 100 measures artist activity through key metrics of music consumption, blending album and track sales, radio broadcast, streaming, and fan interaction on social media to provide a multidimensional weekly ranking of artist popularity.
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