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Justin Bieber’s new healing Single “Peaches” scores a 3rd week atop the United World Chart, reaching a new points peak of 345,000, the best-selling track of the week worldwide, and Justin’s 4th Global Chart Topper! It's the fifth single from Justin’s latest album ‘Justice’, and the most successful song off the album so far. "Peaches" features vocals from Canadian singer/songwriter
Daniel Caesar and American singer/songwriter Giveon, and is Justin's fourth global no.1 smash hit as a major artist in 9 years. His first chart-topper was “Boyfriend” which led the chart in week 15 of 2012. “What Do You Mean?” ruled for 7 weeks from week 38 till week 44 in 2015, followed by “Love Yourself” which reigned for 3 weeks, between week 5 and week 8 in 2016.
 
Lil Nas X jumps 4-2 with his new smash hit, "Montero (Call Me By Your Name)" and a huge points increase of 52% to 341,000! The song debuted at N1 in America and is #2 this week!
"Leave The Door Open", the debut single by American band, Silk Sonic, composed of Bruno Mars and rapper Anderson Paak, jumps 5-3 with 264,000 points (up 20%) in its 5th week on the chart, after peaking at 4!

The Weeknd’s “Save Your Tears” dips 2-4 with 237,000 points (down 5%) and former no.1, “Drivers License” by
Olivia Rodrigo slips 3-5 with 225,000 points, after nine consecutive weeks atop the global chart. It’s the top-selling song of 2021 so far!

Masked Wolf's “Astronaut In The Ocean” holds at #6 scoring another 223,000 points, while BTS’ “Film Out” scores this week's highest debut, landing at #7 on the global chart with 215,000 points! "Film Out" is the first song from the band's upcoming Japanese-language compilation album 'The Best', out June 16, 2021.
 
Dua Lipa’s “Levitating”dips 7-8, in its 25th week on the chart, scoring another 193,000 points.
The Weeknd's "Blinding Lights", the world's #1 song of 2020, dips 8-9 with 170.000 points after topping the United World chart for 4 weeks last year. "Blinding Lights" scores a 66th week inside the United World Top 10, extendng its outstanding all-time record of longest run in the United World top 10 in history! On the United World ALL TIME CHART, 'Blinding Lights' is the 3rd most successful single of all time!
BTS former No. 1 global smash hit, "Dynamite" holds at #10 in its 33rd week on the United World Chart with 150,000 points, after 9 non-consecutive weeks at no.1! "Dynamite" debuted at #1 on the Global Spotify Chart with 7.778 million streams, marking the biggest opening-day for a song in 2020, and scored the biggest global sales debut of 2020!

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Korean Superstar IU's new album 'LILAC' has debuted atop the United World Chart, selling 248,000 equivalent units in its 1st week! IU's last album, 'Love Poem', debuted and peaked at no.2 in week 49, 2019 with 145,000 sales!
 
Last week's chart-topper, Justin Bieber's 'Justice', dips 1-2 after selling another 182,000 sales, and a total of 459,000 so far.
 
American rapper Rod Wave lands at #3 with his third album 'SoulFly' and sales of 132,000, while NF debuts at #4 with 'Clouds' after selling 108,000 in its first week.
 
Japanese Group, Hypnosismic, lands at #5 with 'Fling Posse vs. Mad Trigger Crew' and sales of 103,000, while BTS reenters the United World Top 10 at #6 with their former N1 Album 'BE', selling another 85,000 units in their 10th week on the chart, and a total of 4,738,000 so far!
 
Dua Lipa's Future Nostalgia lifts 9-7 on the United World Chart after selling another 81,000 units and 2,907,000 so far.
 
Carrie Underwood lands at #8 with her brand new album 'My Savior', selling 76,000 equivalent sales units in one week, while The Weeknd's 'Highlights' reenters the United World Top 10 at #9 this week, after selling another 71,000 units and 617,000 so far!
 
'Dangerous: The Double Album' by Country newcomer Morgan Wallen, slips 6-10 after selling another 70,000 equivalent units and a total of 1,515 million so far! Its the first album this year to have equivalent sales surpassing 1 million!

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Justin Bieber’s new healing Single “Peaches” scores a 2nd week atop the United World Chart, earning another 302,000 points, the best-selling track of the week worldwide! It's the fifth single from Justin’s latest album ‘Justice’, and its most successful so far. 'Peaches' features vocals from Canadian singer/songwriter
Daniel Caesar and American singer/songwriter Giveon, and is Justin's fourth global no.1 smash hit as a major artist in 9 years. His first chart-topper was “Boyfriend”, which led the chart in week 15 of 2012. “What Do You Mean?” ruled for 7 weeks from week 38 till week 44 in 2015, followed by “Love Yourself” which reigned for 3 weeks, between week 5 and week 8, 2016.
 
The Weeknd’s “Save Your Tears” holds at 2 with 250,000 points and former no.1, “Drivers License” by
Olivia Rodrigo holds at #3 with 228,000 points, after nine consecutive weeks atop the global chart. It’s the top-selling song of 2021 so far!
 
Lil Nas X makes a hot shot debut at #4 with "Montero (Call Me By Your Name)" and 224,000 points! The song debuted at N1 in America and the UK, while "Leave The Door Open", the debut single by American band
Silk Sonic, composed of Bruno Mars and rapper Anderson Paak, dips 4-5 with 220,000 points in its 4th week on the chart, after peaking at 4!
 
Masked Wolf's “Astronaut In The Ocean” lifts 10-6 scoring another 201,000 points, the largest points increase of the week, while Dua Lipa’s “Levitating” lifts 8-7, scoring another 187,000 points.
 
The Weeknd's "Blinding Lights", the world's #1 song of 2020, slips 6-8 with 177.000 points after topping the United World chart for 4 weeks last year. "Blinding Lights" scores a 65th week inside the United World Top 10, extendng its outstanding all-time record of longest run in the United World top 10 in history! On the United World ALL TIME CHART, 'Blinding Lights' is the 3rd most successful single of all time!
 
JustinBieber’s “Hold On” slips 7-9 in its 4th week on the United World Chart, scoring another 159.000 points, while BTS former No. 1 global smash hit, "Dynamite" dips 9-10 in its 32nd week on the United World Chart with 154,000 points, after 9 non-consecutive weeks at no.1! "Dynamite" debuted at #1 on the Global Spotify Chart with 7.778 million streams, marking the biggest opening-day for a song in 2020, and scored the biggest global sales debut of 2020!

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Justin Bieber’s new healing Single “Peaches” rockets to No. 1 on the United World Chart with 301,000 points, the best-selling track of the week worldwide! It's the fifth single from Justin’s latest album ‘Justice’, and the most successful so far. 'Peaches' features vocals from Canadian singer/songwriter Daniel Caesar and American singer/songwriter Giveon, and is Justin's fourth global no.1 smash as a major artist in nine years. His first chart-topper was “Boyfriend”, which led the chart in week 15 of 2012. “What Do You Mean?” ruled for 7 weeks from week 38 till week 44 in 2015, followed by “Love Yourself” which reigned for 3 weeks, between week 5 and week 8, 2016.
 
The Weeknd’s “Save Your Tears” rebounds 3-2 with 262,000 points and former no.1, “Drivers License” by Olivia Rodrigo dips 2-3 with 227,000 points, down 17%, after nine consecutive weeks atop the global chart. It’s the top-selling song of 2021 so far, with a total of 3,537,000 points!
 
'Leave The Door Open', the debut single by American band Silk Sonic, composed of Bruno Mars and rapper Anderson Paak, holds at its peak at no.4 with 219,000 points in its 3rd week on the chart.
 
Rosé's "On The Ground" slips 1-5 this week with 202,000 points while The Weeknd's "Blinding Lights", the world's #1 song of 2020, dips 5-6 with 176.000 points after topping the United World chart for 4 weeks last year. "Blinding Lights" scores a 64th week inside the United World Top 10, extendng its outstanding all-time record of longest run in the United World top 10 in history! On the United World ALL TIME CHART, 'Blinding Lights' is the 3rd most successful single of all time with a total of 18,459,000 points!
 
Justin Bieber’s “Hold On” rebounds 23-7 on the United World Chart, scoring another 171.000 points, this week’s largest points increase, while Dua Lipa’s “Levitating” dips 7-8, scoring another 169,000 points.
 
BTS's former No. 1 global smash hit, "Dynamite" slips 6-9 in its 31st week on the United World Chart with 158,000 points, after 9 non-consecutive weeks at no.1! "Dynamite" debuted at #1 on the Global Spotify Chart with 7.778 million streams, marking the biggest opening-day for a song in 2020, and also scored the biggest global sales debut of 2020!
 
Masked Wolf’s “Astronaut In The Ocean” slips 8-10, scoring another 157,000 points.

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Justin Bieber's new album 'Justice' has shot to the top of the United World Chart, selling 277,000 equivalent units in its 1st week, with 154,000 units sold in the US, 25,000 in Canada and 22,000 in the UK. Justin's former album 'Changes' also debuted at no.1 on the United World chart in week 9 of 2020, with 365,000 sales and a total of 1,74 million so far.
 
Legendary Korean band Super Junior debuts at #2 with 'The Renaissance', selling 261,000 equivalent units in its first week while the Japanese iconic group, Johnnys West, lands at no.3 with 'RainboW' after selling 246,000 units!
 
Lana Del Rey's new album 'Chemtrails Over The Country Club' debuts at no.4 this week with 185,000 sales, while Korean Act Woodz debuts at #5 with their new album 'Set' and sales of 80,000!
 
'Dangerous: The Double Album' by Country newcomer Morgan Wallen
dips 4-6 after selling another 72,000 equivalent units, and a total of 1,445 million so far! Its the first album this year to have equivalent sales surpassing 1 million!
 
New entry at #7 for French Rapper Sch Mathafack's 'Jblivs II' which sold 71,000 equivalent units in its first week while Korean Group PENTAGON's 'Love Or Take' debuts at #8 with 71,000 equivalent sales units!
 
Dua Lipa's Future Nostalgia dips 5-9 on the United World Chart after selling another 70,000 units and 2,826,000 so far, powered by the reissue of the album, titled 'The Moonlight Edition' on February 11, 2021,
 
Former #1 album, Real Pop Smoke's Shoot For The stars, Aim For The Moon' drops 6-10 after selling another 67,000 equivalent units and 4,174,000 so far.



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