'A Star Is Born' Soundtrack Earns Third Week at No. 1 on Streets Talkin 200 Chart, Future & Juice WRLD Debut at No. 2

'A Star Is Born' Soundtrack Earns Third Week at No. 1 on Streets Talkin 200 Chart, Future & Juice WRLD Debut at No. 2

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Plus: Greta Van Fleet, Disturbed and Khalid debut within the high 10.

Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s A Star Is Born soundtrack holds regular at No. 1 on the Streets Talkin 200 albums chart for a 3rd week, incomes 109,000 equal album items within the week ending Oct. 25 (down 24 p.c) in line with Nielsen Music. Of that sum, 61,000 have been in conventional album gross sales (down 30 p.c).

A Star Is Born is the primary soundtrack to spend its first three weeks at No. 1 in additional than 10 years. The final title to take action was the soundtrack to the Disney Channel TV film High School Musical 2, which dominated for its first 4 weeks (Sept. 1-Sept. 22, 2007). The final theatrical movie soundtrack, like A Star Is Born, to attain its first three weeks at No. 1 was Bad Boys II, which spent its first 4 weeks atop the checklist again in 2003 (Aug. 2-Aug. 23, 2003).

The Streets Talkin 200 chart ranks the preferred albums of the week within the U.S. primarily based on multi-metric consumption as measured in equal album items. Units are comprised of conventional album gross sales, monitor equal albums (TEA) and streaming equal albums (SEA). The new Nov. Three-dated chart — the place A Star Is Born holds at No. 1 — can be posted in full on Streets Talkin's web sites on Tuesday, Oct. 30.

With a 3rd week in cost at No. 1, A Star Is Born now stands as Lady Gaga’s longest-leading No. 1 album. It surpasses Born This Way, which spent two weeks atop the tally in 2011.

At No. 2 on the brand new Streets Talkin 200, Future and Juice WRLD’s collaborative effort WRLD ON DRUGS enters with 98,000 items (Eight,000 from album gross sales). The set’s entry is powered largely by streaming exercise, because it racked up 88,000 in SEA items, which interprets to 123.Four million on-demand audio streams for the set’s tracks in its debut body. It is the most-streamed album of the week. 

WRLD ON DRUGS marks the second high five-charting set of 2018 for each Future and Juice WRLD. Future hit No. Three on July 21 along with his streaming-only launch Beastmode 2, whereas Juice WRLD peaked at No. Four on Aug. 11 with Goodbye & Good Riddance. In whole, DRUGS is the tenth high 10 effort for Future, and the second for Juice WRLD.

Rock band Greta Van Fleet begins at No. Three with its debut full-length studio album, Anthem of the Peaceful Army. The 10-song set enters with 87,000 items, of which 80,000 have been in album gross sales (making it the highest promoting album of the week). Anthem follows the No. 36-peaking From the Fires, which was promoted as a double EP. The 2017 eight-song launch contained 4 new songs, in addition to the 4 tracks from the band’s earlier EP, Black Smoke Rising, which topped out at No. 182.

Anthem was led by the only “When the Curtain Falls,” which has to date climbed to No. 2 on probably the most just lately revealed Mainstream Rock Songs airplay chart (dated Oct. 27). The band beforehand clocked a pair of Mainstream Rock Songs No. 1s with “Safari Song” and “Highway Tune,” each of which have been initially discovered on the Black Smoke Rising EP.

For the primary time in over three months, there are two rock albums within the high 5 of the Streets Talkin 200. Greta Van Fleet’s Anthem of the Peaceful Army is joined by Disturbed’s Evolution, which bows at No. Four. The latter debuts with 71,000 items, of which 65,000 have been in album gross sales. The chart’s high 5 final housed a pair of rock units again on the July 11-dated tally, when Florence + The Machine’s High as Hope and Gorillaz’s The Now Now debuted at Nos. 2 and 5, respectively.

Evolution is Disturbed’s sixth high 10 effort, and it follows the band’s earlier studio launch, 2015’s Immortalized, which bowed at No. 1 with 98,000 items earned in its first week. Evolution was ushered in by the only “Are You Ready,” which spent two weeks at No. 1 on the Mainstream Rock Songs airplay chart and marked the band’s eighth chief on the tally.

The arrivals of each Anthem of the Peaceful Army and Evolution have been enhanced by album gross sales generated from live performance ticket/album sale redemption provides for his or her respective upcoming U.S. excursions.

Lil Wayne’s former No. 1 Tha Carter V shifts Three-5 with 65,000 items (down 24 p.c), Lil Baby and Gunna’s Drip Harder falls Four-6 with 56,000 items (down 21 p.c) and Drake’s former chief Scorpion dips 6-7 with 51,000 items (down 7 p.c).

Singer-songwriter Khalid lands his second high 10 effort on the Streets Talkin 200, as his new EP Suncity bows at No. Eight with 50,000 items earned (9,000 from album gross sales). The seven-track set follows his debut full-length studio album American Teen, which reached No. Four on Sept. 29, 2017. Teen, which rises 39-37 on the brand new chart, has by no means departed the highest 50 in its 86 consecutive weeks on the checklist. The album debuted on the March 25, 2017-dated tally.

Rounding out the highest 10 are two extra former No. 1s, Travis Scott’s Astroworld, which descends Eight-9 with 47,000 items (down 1 p.c) and Post Malone’s beerbongs & bentleys, slipping 9-10 with 42,000 items (down Four p.c).