Just 3 days' sales (806.000 units) of BTS's new Album 'Love Yourself 轉 Tear' in Korea was enough to top this week's Global Album Chart! It's the fastest selling Album in South Korean in history! Next week the Album will hold the N°1 spot for a 2nd week, because it has massive sales in many other countries including the US, where it will debut at N°1 on the Billboard 200!


The second highest and important debut of the week, is 'Tranquility Base Hotel + Casino' by the British indie rock Band Arctic Monkeys which debuts with 223.000 equivalent sales, 86.000 of which is from the UK and 47.000 units from the United States. 


The N°1 Album of the past two weeks, Post Malone's 'Beerbongs & Bentleys', slips to n°3 with sales of 221.000 and a total of 1.106.000 since its release 3 weeks ago!


P!nk's 'Beautiful Trauma' rebounds from 13 to 4 after selling another 160.000 units and a total of 2.705.000 so far.


The Greatest Showman Soundtrack slips 2 - 5 after selling another 114.000 and 3.083.000 so far.


New entry at N°6 for Charlie Puth's 'Voicenotes' with sales of 114.000!


Cardi B's 'Invasion of Privacy' slips from 4 - 7 with sales of 76.000 and 847.000 so far while J.Cole's 'KOD' slips from 3 to 8 with sales of 75.000 this week and 780.000 so far!


New entry at n°9 for Playboi Carti's 'Die Lit' with 1st week sales of 71.000.


Ed Sheeran's 'Divide' closes this week's Top 10 after selling another 71.000 and 11.799.000 so far!


Post Malone’s ‘Beerbongs & Bentleys’  tops the Global Album Chart for a 2nd week with 282.000 in equivalent sales, and a total of 885.000 so far. 


The Greatest Showman Soundtrack rebounds from 5 to n°2 with 113.000 sales and a total of 2.97 million since its release 20 weeks ago. 


J.Cole's 'KOD' rises one slot to n°3 with sales of 91.000 and a total of 705.000 after three weeks on the chart. 


Cardi B's 'Invasion Of Privacy' moves up 2 spots to n°4 after selling another 86.000 this week and a total of 771.000 so far!


At N°5 is this week's Highest debut, 'Attention Attention', the 6th studio album by American rock band Shinedown with sales of 82.000. 


New entry at N°6 for Leon Bridges' 'Good Thing' with equivalent sales of 78.000.


Japanese Act #Endrecheri debuts at n°7 with Hybrid Funk' and sales of 77.000.


New entry at n°8 for Rae Sremmurd's 'Sr3mm' with equivalent sales of 74.000 while Ed Sheeran's 'Divide' slips from 9 - 8 after selling another 70.000 and a grand total of 11.728.000 


Closing this week's Top 10 is Parkway Drive's brand new Album, 'Reverence' after selling 47.000 equivalent units in its 1st week.


Adele's '21' is the best-selling Album of the Decade with sales of 29.12 million, followed by her last LP '25' (21.44 million). Michael Bublé's 'Christmas' is 3rd with sales of 11.76 million. Ed Sheeran's 'Divide' which will replace Buble next week!


"This Is America" by American Rapper, Actor & DJ, Donald Glover (Childish Gambino) tops this week's global Track Chart! The Song
 debuted at N°1 on the US Billboard Hot 100, with 78,000 downloads sold and 65.3 million US streams in its 1st week, and is Gambino's first N°1 and Top 10 single nationally. It also debuted at N°1 in Canada, New Zealand and Australia and is Top 10 in Hungary, Ireland, Norway, Sweden and the UK!

The song features a gospel-style choir and background vocals from Rappers Young Thug, Slim Jxmmi, Blocboy JB, 21 Savage and Quavo. The lyrics primarily address gun violence in America, police brutality and racism. 

The music video, directed by Hiro Murai, went viral, garnering 12.9 million views in 24 hours, and has over 150 million views. It begins with Gambino dancing through a warehouse, then shooting a man in the back of the head with a handgun. Later in the video he guns down a whole church choir for no reason, referencing the 2015 Charleston church shooting. In both instances, a child appears from offscreen holding a red cloth, on which Gambino lays the weapon, which viewers have interpreted "as a reference to Americans' willingness to protect gun rights over people". The first shooting also marks a transition in the music, from an African "folk-inspired melody" to a "dark, pulsing trap." SZA makes a cameo appearance towards the end of the video. The video ends with Gambino running for his life as white people chase him.


Post Malone's 'Beerbongs & Bentleys' debuts atop the Global Album Chart this week with 603,000 equivalent sales, 205,000 of those in traditional album sales and the rest in streaming. 'Beerbongs & Bentleys' shifted 461,000 equivalent units in the US, 47,000 in Canada and 43,000 in the UK, with 11,500 in Australia, around 10,000 in the Netherlands, roughly 7,000 in Germany and 5,300 in France. The album is powered by the massive hit "Rockstar" which went to n°1 in October 2017, and "Psycho" which peaked at n°3 in March. Post Malone's debut album 'Stoney' returns to the Global Top 10 this week at n°9 with sales of 50,000, and a total of nearly 3 million so far.


Japanese boy Band Kis-My-Ft2 debuts at n°2 with their new LP 'Yummy!!' and sales of 217,000, according to Oricon. 


New entry at n°3 for American country star Keith Urban with his current album 'Graffiti U' and sales of 203,000, 145,000 of it in the US, 47,000 in Canada and 10,000 in Australia.


J.Cole's 'KOD' slips from 1 - 4 after selling another 137,000 equivalent units this past week and a total of 614,000 since its release!


The Greatest Showman Soundtrack slips from 2 - 5 after moving another 119,000 units and a total of 2.856.000 since its release.


Cardi B's 'Invasion of Privacy' slips 6 - 3 after selling 96,000 copies this past week and a total of 685.000!


New entry at N°7 for Janelle Monáe's 'Dirty Computer' which moved 73.000 equivalent units in its 1st week!


Ed Sheeran's 'Divide' slips 6 - 8 after moving another 71.000 equivalent sales this week and a total of 11.658.000 so far!


Closing ths week's Top 10 is The Weeknd's 'My Dear Melancholy,' after shifting another 47.000 equivalent units this past week and a total of 515.000 so far!


Former #1, Drake's "Nice For What", holds at #2 while last week's #1, Ariana Grande's "No Tears Left To Cry", slips to #3.


Post Malone's "Psycho" ft. Ty Dolla $ign rebounds from 7 to 4 while Calvin Harris & Dua Lipa's "One Kiss" slips 2 spots from 3 - 5.


Drakes Former n°1 Single "God's Plan" which topped the global track chart for 14 whole weeks, slips from 4 to #6.

marshmello's "FRIENDS" with Anne-Marie, slips 2 spots from 5 to 7!


Zedd's "The Middle" ft. Maren Morris & Grey slides two spots from 6 to 8, Ed Sheeran's "Perfect" holds at #9 and Bebe Rexha's "Meant To Be" ft. Florida Georgia Line closes this week's Top 10, down two spots from last week's position at #8.

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