Bad Bunny Album Logs Fourth Week #1; Harry Styles song still on top

Bad Bunny’s latest release has topped the Billboard 200 albums chart for the second straight week and held #1 overall for the fourth non-consecutive week. Perhaps more impressive than that is the fact that “Un Verano Sin Ti” is now the first album in six years to amass more than 100,000 album equivalent units in the first nine weeks of its release.

The last album to hit at least 100,000 units in so many weeks right out of the box? Drake’s 2016 release Views, which managed so many in its first 10 weeks…a mark that Bad Bunny could well surpass with just a few more weeks of massive consumption.

For the week ending July 7, “Un Verano Sin Ti” earned 111,000 album equivalent units in the US via Luminate, according to Billboard, a very modest 4% down from the previous week. The 23-track set is Bad Bunny’s second #1 album after 2020’s El Último Tour Del Mundo.

The next four album chart spots are occupied by former No. 1 holders. “Harry’s House” by Harry Styles climbs four spots to #2 with 54,000 album unit equivalents. Drake’s latest “Honestly, Nevermind” holds on at number 3 with 52,000 album units equivalent. And Morgan Wallen’s “Dangerous: The Double Album” jumps from 8 to 4 with 50,000 album units.

With the debut “Planet Zero” the rock band Shinedown get their fifth Top 10 album. The set debuts at #5 with 49,000 earned equivalent album units.

Close behind is Lil Durk’s “7220” at No. 6 with 42,000 album units, Future’s “I Never Liked You” at No. 7 with 40,000, and Chris Brown’s “Breezy” which fell four places to No. 8 in its second week with 35,000 units.

The Highlights – The Weeknd’s compilation album – finds itself back in the top 10, climbing from No. 52 to No. 9 with 34,000 album units earned ranked previous Weeknd albums to best-of albums using a method where songs available in more than one collection are ranked to the album with the highest traditional album sales that week.

At the bottom of the top 10 albums is a returnee, Post Malone’s “Twelve Carat Toothache,” climbing 12-10 with 31,000 album units earned.

Singles-wise, Harry Styles’ “As It Was” remains at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 song chart, posting a ninth week overall at the peak. Lizzo’s “About Damn Time” is pushing past its original top spot of No. 3 to a new No. 2 previously held by Jack Harlow’s “First Class” which fell 2-3.

Meanwhile, Kate Bush’s 1985 classic Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God) bounces back from the previous week’s No. 6 to its resurgence-fueled No. 4 peak. The song has moved up the top five following its syncing in Netflix’s fourth season of Stranger Things, which ended its fourth season on July 1.

Future’s “Wait for U” featuring Drake and Tems slips 4-5 and Drake’s own 21 Savage feature “Jimmy Cooks” also falls 5-6 two weeks after it debuted in first place. Bad Bunny and Chencho Corleone’s “Me Porto Bonito” is down from No. 8 at No. 7. Glass Animals’ “Heat Waves” climbs 9-8 and enters its 77th week on the chart.

Beyoncé’s “Break My Soul” falls to No. 9 from last week’s No. 7. That’s because the song tends in two different directions. Streaming was down 26% for the song in the final frame – although airplay, which was lagging behind, is now catching up sharply, with a remarkable 54% increase in radio plays for the week, propelling it to the top of the charts as an airplay winner .

Completing the top 10 on the Hot 100 is Latto’s “Big Energy,” which moves up one spot to #10 after previously climbing to #3 in April. Bad Bunny Album Logs Fourth Week #1; Harry Styles song still on top

Charles Jones

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