Summertime Walker Makes Her First No. 1 Album With ‘Still Over It’
< img src=" https://worldbroadcastnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/TZtZGI.jpg" class=" ff-og-image-inserted" > Summer season Walker controls the Signboard 200 albums chart this week with her sophomore full-length Still Over It, which goes for No. 1. The set doesn’t just make it to the top on the most essential ranking of the most-consumed albums and EPs in the U.S., it appears atop the tally with among the largest starts amongst R&B releases in recent memory.
Still Over It begins its time on the Billboard 200 at No. 1 with 166,000 comparable units moved, with the huge majority of those originating from huge streaming activity. The singer-songwriter’s newest job really offered 12,000 copies, while the 20 songs included on the title acquired a whopping 201 million plays on platforms like Spotify and Apple Music in just the first seven days they were all readily available.
With Still Over It, Walker hits the top spot on the Billboard 200 for the very first time in her profession, though she came very close with her debut full-length. Over It (which clearly preceded Still Over It) was mainly anticipated to debut at No. 1, however it was beaten by SuperM’s self-titled EP. The South Korean pop band was able to conquer the list (becoming simply the second K-pop act to do so) thanks to especially healthy sales. Walker didn’t face such competitors this time around, and her most current release carried out even better than her very first album.
Still Over It is Walker’s 3rd leading 10 on the Billboard 200. In addition to the No. 2-peaking Over It, her 2020 EP Life on Earth increased to No. 8 for a brief time.
Walker’s 2nd album ratings the largest debut for an R&B album by a female in 5 years, because Beyoncé’s Lemonade continued to carry out incredibly well on the Signboard 200. It’s likewise the first title by a female artist in the R&B space to rule in 5 years. The last effort that fits that description that ran the show was Solange’s A Seat at the Table.
Still Over It was preceded by one single, “Ex for a Factor” with JT from the rap duo City Ladies. So far, the song has climbed up to No. 56 on the Hot 100. Looking at how well Walker’s album carried out on streaming platforms, opportunities are a variety of tracks from the set will find their way to the list of the most-consumed tunes in the U.S. when Signboard revitalizes it on Tuesday (November 16).
Published at Sun, 14 Nov 2021 23:46:49 +0000