Fall Out Boy's 7th Studio Album 'Mania' debuts atop the Global Album Chart with 194,000 equivalent sales, 130,000 of which were from the United States according to Nielsen, 20,400 from the UK according to the Official charts and nearly 10,000 from Germany according to the Official German charts. Sales of 6,400 were registered in Canada according to Nielsen and 6,000 in Japan according to Oricon. 


The soundtrack to 'The Greatest Showman' holds at N°2 after another 191,000 sales. The Album is the World's best-selling of 2018 with a total of 688,000 sold in the last four weeks! 


Japanese Punk Rock Band WANIMA have the 3rd best-selling Album of the week with 'Everybody!!' which jumps to N°3 on the global chart with first week sales of 142,000. 


Ed Sheeran's 'Divide' slips one spot to N°4 after selling another 135,000 copies this week for a total of 10.277.000. 'Divide' is the 2nd best-selling Album of 2018 with sales of 641,000 so far!


Camila Cabello's 'Camila' slips 4 spots to N°5 this week selling another 93,000 after debuting at N°1 last week. Total sales are at 287,000. 


At N°6 is Eminem's 'Revival' after selling another 70,000 units in equivalent sales and a total of 1.229.000 since its release, with sales of 373,000 in 2018. 


At N°7 is 'Juice' by Japanese girl Band  Little Glee Monster with over 57,000 sales.


'Rockstar' by Italian rapper Sfera Ebbasta is the 8th best-selling Album of the week with 57,000, and a few hundred copies less than 'Juice'.


샤이니(SHINee)'s Kim Jonghyun debuts at N°9 with his posthumous Album 'Poet | Artist'. 


Closing this week's Top 10 Albums is SAM SMITH's 'The Thrill Of It All' with equivalent sales of 54,000. The Album has sold a total of 1.806 million since its release 12 weeks ago!


Ed Sheeran's "Perfect" resists atop the Global track chart for an 8th consecutive week despite fierce competition from Drake's new Single "God's Plan" from his two-track EP 'Scary House' which debuts at N°2 this week.

Camila Cabello's "Havana" slips one spot to N°3 and Post Malone's "Rockstar" steps down one slot to N°4.

Closing this week's Top 5 is "Finesse" by Bruno Mars & Cardi B, down one spot from last week!



Ed Sheeran's "Perfect" tops the global track chart for a 7th consecutive week!

Camila Cabello's “Havana" feat. Young Thug holds firm at n°2 as does Post Malone's “Rockstar" ft. 21 Savage at N°3.

Bruno Mars' Remix of "Finesse" with vocals from rap newcomer Cardi B holds at N°4 for a 2nd week. It's the fourth Single from his album '24k Magic'.

At N°5 is Eminem's "River" ft. Ed Sheeran which also holds for a 2nd week! 

Selena Gomez's "Wolves" ft. marshmello moves up one, from 7 to 6, and Dua Lipa's "New Rules" moves up 5 spots from 12 to n°7.

Ed Sheeran's "Shape Of You" holds at n°8 in its 40th week on the Global Top 10, an all time record! A year ago "Shape Of You" debuted at n°1 globally and stayed there for 16 weeks. 

NF's "Let You Down" moves up one from 10 to 9 and closing this week's top 10 is Japanese Girl Band SKE48 's "Muishiki No Iro"!

Portugal. The Man's "Feel It Still" slips 2 spots to n°11 while G-Eazy & Halsey's "Him and I" moves up 2 spots to N°12.

Imagine Dragons' "Thunder" holds at n°13 while SAM SMITH's "Too Good at Goodbyes" slips from 11 to 14. 

"What Lovers Do" by Maroon 5 feat. SZA holds at n°15.

New entry at n°16 for Camila Cabello's follow-up "Never Be The Same" while Charlie Puth's "How Long" slips one spot to n°17. 

Justin Timberlake's "Filthy" slips from 6 to N°18 in its 2nd week and marshmello's "Silence" ft. Khalidslips two spots from 17 to 19.

Zayn's "Dusk Till Dawn" ft. Sia holds firm for another week at N°20.


Camila Cabello's eponymous debut solo Album is the World's best-selling LP of the past week with 194.000 equivalent sales. The biggest sales were in the United States with 119.000, then United Kingdom with 21.600 and Canada with 12.000 according to Nielsen Music and the Official UK Charts. The Album's sales are driven by the global smash hit "Havana" and the new lift-off "Never Be The Same”. 

Last week’s n°1, the soundtrack to the film ‘The Greatest Showman’, slips to n°2, with sales of 186.000.

Ed Sheerans ‘Divide’ slips one spot to n°3 with sales of 145.000 and a total of 10.142.000 in equivalent sales so far. It’s Ed’s second album to surpass 10 million in sales, with ‘X’ from 2014 at 10.395.000.

乃木坂46 (nogizaka46)'s 'Boku Dake No Mimi' debuts at n°4 with 104.000 sales according to Oricon.

True Colors’, the second EP by the South Korean boy group JBJ, enters the Top 10 World Albums chart at n°5 with 85.000 in sales, according to Hanteo.

At n°6 is Eminem’s ‘Revival’, down 2 spots from last week after selling another 85.000 and a total of 1.159.000 so far.Taylor Swift's 'Reputation' is at n°7 after selling another 66.000 and a total of 3.215.000, down 2 spots from last week. 

Post Malone’s ‘Stoney’ sells another 55.000 and a total of 2.245.000 so far, down one spot from last week to n°8.

At n°9 is Sam Smith’s ‘The Thrill Of It All’ after selling another 55.000 and a total of 1.752.000 so far, down 2 spots from last week and closing this week’s Top 10 is Imagine Dragon’s ‘Evolve’ after selling 53.000 more units and a total of 2.126.000 since its release.


Ed Sheeran's "Perfect" tops the global track chart for a 6th consecutive week! 

Camila Cabello's 'Havana' feat. Young Thug holds firm at n°2 as does Post Malone's 'Rockstar' ft. 21 Savage at N°3. 

Bruno Mars' Remix of 'Finesse' with new vocals from rap newcomer Cardi B debuts at N°4. It's the fourth Single from his album '24k Magic'. 

At N°5 is Eminem's "River" ft. Ed Sheeran, up 2 spots from last week.

New entry at N°6 for "Filthy", the first single from Justin Timberlake's fifth album 'Man Of The Woods', which will be released in February.

Selena Gomez's "Wolves" ft. marshmello moves up one, from 8 to 7, and former N°1 for 16 consecutive weeks, Ed Sheeran's 'Shape Of You', slips to N°8, down 4 spots from last week, but breaks the record for the Song with most weeks in the Top 10 of the Global Track chart ever, after scoring a 39th week. The previous record of 38 weeks in the Top 10 had been held by Doris Day's "Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Que Sera, Sera)" in 1956!

Portugal. The Man slips 3 spots to N°9 and NF's "Let You Down" closes this week's Top 10. 

G-Eazy & Halsey's "Him and I" moves up one spot to N°14.

Charlie Puth's "How Long" holds at n°16 and Marshmello's "Silence" ft. Khalid holds at N°17.

Bebe Rexha & Florida Georgia Line's "No Limit" moves up 3 spots to n°19 and closing this week's Top 20 is Zayn's "Dusk Till Dawn" ft. Sia down one spot from last week.

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