Tyler, the “Call Me If You Get Lost” Creator tops the Billboard 200

The new chart dated July 10, 2021 (where Call me debut at n ° 1) will be published in full on BillboardWednesday July 7 (one day later than usual, due to the Monday July 5 holiday in the United States after July 4). For all graphic news, follow @billboard and @billboardcharts on Twitter and Instagram.

Of Call me if you get lostOf the 169,000 equivalent album units earned in the follow-up week ending July 1, SEA units include 114,000 (equivalent to 152.96 million on-demand streams of tracks on the album) , album sales include 55,000 (largely from luxury boxes sold exclusively through the artist’s online store) and TEA units number less than 1,000.

Call me was released on June 25 as a standard 15-track digital download album, as well as a 16-track Deluxe Digital Edition and Streaming Edition with a bonus track (“Safari”). The album’s 16-track physical edition, on CD and cassette, added a different bonus cut (“Fishtail”). Of Call metotal album sales for the week, 40,000 were CDs, 10,000 were tapes and 5,000 were digital downloads. A vinyl release has yet to be announced.

The CD and cassette were sold exclusively through the artist’s online store and sold out within one day. They were available a la carte, as well as in four limited-edition luxury boxes that sold for $ 25 each. (The sets included either a CD, folder, and poster, or cassette, folder, and poster.) It has not been announced if any other CDs, tapes, or sets will be made, or whether they will be available. for other retailers.

While Call mes sales were strong, it should be noted that the album would still have reached No.1 without any sales thanks to its strong streaming figures. It totaled 114,000 SEA units – which would have been enough to make it number 1 by around 5,000 units compared to track number 2 of the week, Doja Cat’s new studio album, Planet her.

Planet she debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 with 109,000 equivalent album units earned. This is the singer-rapper’s best week in terms of units earned and highest ranking effort to date, surpassing the No.9 peak of her last outing and the only top 10 before, Hot pink. The new album features the top five Billboard Hot 100 hits “Kiss Me More”, featuring SZA, as well as guests from The Weeknd and Ariana Grande.

Of Planet sheStarting at 109,000 units, SEA units include 96,000 (or 132 million on-demand streams of the album’s tracks), album sales include 10,000, and TEA units include 3,000.

Planet she was originally released as a standard 14-track album on June 25. A digital and streaming deluxe edition followed on June 27, adding five more tracks. Of the 10,000 albums sold this week, 6,000 were via digital download and 4,000 were on CD. (The CD had limited pressing and was only available through Doja Cat’s online store.)

Alumni Quartet # 1 follows on Billboard 200: Olivia Rodrigo’s Sour (down from 1 to 3 with 93,000 equivalent album units earned; down 11%), Lil Baby and Lil Durk’s The voice of heroes (3-4 with 52,000 units; down 9%), Polo G’s Hall of fame (2-5 with 49,000 units; down 27%) and Morgan Wallen’s Dangerous: the double album (5-6 with 47,000 units; down 3%).

Migos’ Culture III goes down 4-7 with 37,000 equivalent album units earned (down 31%), Bo Burnham’s Inside (The songs) increases from 9 to 8 with 32,000 units (up 4%) and that of Dua Lipa Nostalgia for the future plunges from 7 to 9 with 31,000 units (less than 1%).

Justin Bieber’s Justice returns to the top 10, rising from 14 to 10, thanks to its vinyl release on June 25. The former No. 1 gained 30,000 units over the week (+ 20%), with album sales representing 7,000 of this sum (+ 618%), of which LP vinyl sales amounted to 6,000.

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