Lil Nas X's 'Montero' debuts at No.2, while Drake is on top

Drake sits at No. 1 on the Billboard Albums chart for a third week with “Boy in love certified” while Lil Nas X starts at # 2. “Certif...

Drake sits at No. 1 on the Billboard Albums chart for a third week with “Boy in love certified” while Lil Nas X starts at # 2.

“Certified Lover Boy”, who arrived on the map with the highest number of opening weeks in over a year, has cooled a bit since then. In its third week of release, it had 222 million US broadcasts and sold around 4,000 copies as a full package; in total, it was credited with the equivalent of 171,000 sales, according to MRC Data, a tracking service owned by Billboard’s parent company.

These figures allow “Certified Lover Boy” to occupy the first place with a comfortable margin. During its three-week release, the album recorded the equivalent of just over a million sales in the United States, including nearly 1.3 billion streams. Since the arrival of “Thank Me Later” in 2010, a Drake track has been # 1 on the Billboard 200 Weekly Albums chart. 30 times.

Drake’s closest competitor this week was Lil Nas X’s “Montero”, the rapper and memes virtuoso whose “country-trap” song “Old Town Road” was a charter phenomenon two years ago, beating a record 19 weeks at n ° 1. In its opening week, “Montero” recorded the equivalent of 126,000 sales, including 147 million streams, placing second.

With 15 songs, “Montero”- which features guest spots by Elton John, Megan Thee Stallion, Doja Cat and Miley Cyrus – is Lil Nas X’s first official LP, following“ 7 ”, an eight-track EP released in 2019, at the height of the “Old Town The craze for the road. (It was all the same appointed for Grammy Album of the Year.) “7” also peaked at No. 2 on the album chart.

The other big debut this week is “Sticker” from NCT 127, a “subunit” of 23-man K-pop group NCT. “Sticker” opens at # 3 with the equivalent of 62,000 sales, mostly from copies sold as a complete package, like CD cases. His 11 songs had 4.7 million streams in the United States.

Kanye West’s “Donda” is # 4 and Olivia Rodrigo’s “Sour” is # 5.

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Lil Nas X's 'Montero' debuts at No.2, while Drake is on top
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