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‘One Thing at a Time’ by Morgan Wallen Maintains No.1 Spot for Fourth Consecutive Week

Morgan Wallen, the mullet-sporting country sensation, has landed at No. 1 once again with his album “One Thing at a Time,” despite new albums by Lana Del Rey and Jimin of the K-pop giants BTS.

Luminate, a service that tracks album sales, reports that the last week of “One Thing at a Time” resulted in the equivalent of 197,000 sales in the United States, with 236 million streams and 17,000 copies sold as a full package. The 36-song album has been played around 1.3 billion times in the US since its release a month ago.

Three more recent releases follow Wallen on the chart, although none of them were quite as successful as Wallen.

With 164,000 equivalent album sales and 124,000 copies sold as a whole unit (it was released in a variety of collector CD packaging, each of which featured one additional song), Jimin’s six-track, 20-minute release “Face” debuts at No. 2. After BTS declared a hiatus from full-group activity last year, three of the seven members have released solo albums: RM, J-Hope, and now Jimin.

With the equivalent of 115,000 units, including 36 million streams and 58,500 copies sold as vinyl LPs, “Did You Know That There’s a Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd” by Del Rey debuts at No. 3. Luke Combs, another young country star, debuts at #4 with his single “Gettin’ Old,” which has so far sold the equivalent of 101,000 copies and been streamed 85 million times.

In its sixteenth week of release, SZA’s “SOS” slips to No. 5, while Fall Out Boy’s eighth studio album, “So Much (for) Stardust,” debuts at No. 6.

Jonathan James
Jonathan James
I serve as a Senior Executive Journalist of The National Era
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