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Luis Fonsi's "Despacito" with Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber tops the Global Track Chart for a second straight week. The song is No.1 in the US, UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Belgium, Netherlands, Brazil, Mexico, Canada, Sweden and Portugal.


Ed Sheeran's "Shape Of You" remains at No.2 after 18 weeks, and no.66 on the All Time Chart.


DJ Khaled's "I'm The One" featuring Justin Bieber, Chance The Rapper, Quavo & Lil Wayne remains for a 2nd week at No.3.


WORLD'S TOP 20 SINGLES OF THE WEEK
1. Despacito - Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee feat. Justin Bieber
2. Shape Of You - Ed Sheeran
3. I'm The One - DJ Khaled / Justin Bieber / Quavo / Lil Wayne
4. Something Just Like This - The Chainsmokers & Coldplay
5. That's What I Like - Bruno Mars
6. It Ain't Me - Kygo feat. Selena Gomez
7. Humble - Kendrick Lamar
8. Stay - Zedd & Alessia Cara
9. Sign Of The Times - Harry Styles
10. Mask Off - Future
11. Issues - Julia Michaels
12. There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back - Shawn Mendes
13. Symphony - Clean Bandit feat. Zara Larsson
14. Swalla - Jason DeRulo feat. Nicki Minaj & Ty Dolla $ign
15. Galway Girl - Ed Sheehan
16. Passionfruit - Drake
17. Believer - Imagine Dragons
18. Rockabye - Clean Bandit feat. Sean Paul & Anne-Marie
19. Say You Won't Let Go - James Arthur
20. Slide - Calvin Harris feat. Frank Ocean & Migos


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'Humanz', the 5th studio album by the British virtual band Gorillaz,
debuts atop the Global Album Chart this week with 260,000 equivalent
sales. 140,000 of its sales were in the US alone, and another 44,500 in
the UK.
Kendrick Lamar​'s 'Damn', the no.1 Album of the past two weeks, slips to
no. 2 after shifting another 236,000 units. Ed Sheeran's 'Divide' slides
to no.3 in its 9th week on the chart with 197,000 sales, and a total of
4,91 million so far.
The 2nd highest debut of the week is the best-of compilation 'Yuzu Ihora
1997-2017' by the Japanese folk-rock duo Yuzu. It soars to no.4 after
selling 181,000 units, according to Oricon. Drake's 'More Life' closes
the Top 5 with sales of 99,000. It's the 2nd most successful album of
the year so far with a total of 1,733,000 consumption units, between Ed
Sheeran's 'Dvide' and The Weeknd's 'Starboy' with 1,465,000.
WORLD'S TOP 10 BEST-SELLING ALBUMS
1. Humanz - Gorillaz - 260.000 1st week sales
2. Damn. - Kendrick Lamar - 236.000/1.278.000 (total sales)
3. Divide - Ed Sheeran - 197.000/4.910.000
4. Yuzu Iroha 1997-2017 - YUZU - 181.000 1st week
5. More Life - Drake - 99.000 / 1.733.000
6. Guardians Of The Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol.2 - Soundtrack - 97.000 1st
week
7. Strength Of A Woman - Mary J. Blige - 81.000 1st week
8. Memories...Do Not Open - The Chainsmokers​ - 71.000/ 576.000
9. 24k Magic - Bruno Mars​ - 63.000/2.582.000
10. Moana (Viana) - Soundtrack - 56.000/1.273.000


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Ed Sheeran's smash hit "Shape Of You' tops the global track chart for a 16th incredible week, the longest run since Mark Ronsons "Uptown Funk" featuring Bruno Mars which was also No.1 for 16 weeks and 12 consecutive weeks. 'Shape Of You' has the longest consecutive run since Pharrell Williams's "Happy" which remained atop the global track chart for 17 straight weeks and 19 non consecutive weeks in 2014!

Close behind "Shape Of You" is "Despacito" by Luis Fonsi& Daddy Yankee feat. Justin Bieber which soars from no.5 to no.2 and is probably going to be the new No. 1 next week! It would be the first Spanish-speaking song atop the Global Chart since 'Asereje (The Ketchup Song)' by Las Ketchup in the year 2002.

The Chainsmokers "Something Just Like This" with Coldplay slips from 2 to 3.

Bruno Mars' "That's What I Like" slips from 3 to 4 and Kendrick Lamar's "Humble" closes the Top 5.

'I'll Be There' by the legendary Japanese idol group Arashi is the 29th Global Top 10 smash for that band, debuting at No. 8.

Second and final new-entry in the top 10 is "There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back", an additional track for Shawn Mendes album 'Illuminate'.


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The fourth studio album by American rapper Kendrick Lamar, 'Damn.' remains for a second week at the summit of the Global Album Chart after shifting 311,000 equivalent sales, a total of 1,042,000 units after two weeks.!!

Ed Sheeran's 'Divide' holds tight at No. 2 for a 4th consecutive after selling another 215,000 units for a total of 4,713,000 so far, the best-selling Album of 2017 by far!

Drake's 'More Life' climbs back to no.3 with 113,000 sales, and a grand total of 1,634,000 after six weeks on the tally!

There are two new-entries inside the Global Top 10 this week. Highest is the soundtrack sequel to the Japanese musical series 'Endless Shock' by Kinki Kids member Koichi Domoto. It's the new number one on the Oricon chart, the official album chart in Japan and no.5 globally with sales of 76,000, according to Oricon.

WORLD'S TOP 10 ALBUMS
1. Damn. - Kendrick Lamar - 311.000 this week (1.042.000)
2. Divide - Ed Sheeran - 215.000 this week (4.713.000)
3. More Life - Drake - 113.000 this week (1.634.000)
4. Memories...Do Not Open - The Chainsmokers - 80.000 (505.000)
5. Endless Shock Original Soundtrack 2 - Koichi Domoto - 76.000
6. Moana (Viana) - Soundtrack - 64.000 (1.217.000)
7. 24k Magic - Bruno Mars - 64.000 (2.519.000)
8. 8 - Incubus - 63.000 (63.000)
9. Starboy - The Weeknd - 54.000 (2.173.000)
10. Human - Rag’n’Bone Man - 52.000 / 1.018.000


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'DAMN.', the 4th studio album by American Rap Superstar Kendrick Lamar,
debuts atop the Global Album Chart after selling 731,000 consumption
units! The bulk of sales is from the US (603,000), followed by Canada
(35,000) and the UK (31,500). 438,000 of the 731,000 consumption units
are pure sales, more than Kendrick's former studio album, 'To Pimp A
Butterfly' which debuted at #1 in 2015 with sales of 415,000.


At No.2 for a 3rd consecutive week is Ed Sheeran's 'Divide', after
selling another 248,000 equivalent sales, and a total of 4,5 million
after only 7 weeks on the hitlist.


The 2nd highest debut of the week is John Mayer's 'The Search For
Everything', his 7th studio album which is at no.3 with sales of
188,000, most of which is from the US (132,000) and Canada (30,000). The
3rd new entry this week is the 8th sequel of the blockbuster 'Fast & The
Furious' titled as 'Fate Of The Furious'. The soundtrack bows at no.8
with 68,000 equivalent sales.


WORLD'S TOP 10 BEST-SELLING ALBUMS
1. Damn - Kendrick Lamar - 731.000 1st wk
2. Divide - Ed Sheeran - 248.000 this wk - 4.498.000
3. The Search For Everything - John Mayer - 188.000 1st week
4. More Life - Drake - 129.000 this wk - 1.521.000 total
5. Memories..Do Not Open - The Chainsmokers - 110.000 - 425.000
6. Moana (Viana) - Soundtrack - 75.000 - 1.153.000 total
7. 24k Magic - Bruno Mars - 68.000 - 2.455.000 total
8. Fast & Furious 8 - Soundtrack - 68.000 1st wk
9. Beauty And The Beast 2017 - Soundtrack - 64.000 -521.000
10. Human - Rag’n’Bone Man - 57.000 / 966.000

TOP SELLING ALBUMS OUTSIDE THE TOP 10
Starboy - The Weekend - 51,000 - 2,119,000
Future - Future - 45,000 - 594,000
Spirit - Depeche Mode - 36,000 - 461,000
25 - Adele - 35.000 - 20.477.000
X - Ed Sheeran - 34,000 - 9,347,000
Culture - Migos 34,000 - 734,000
La La Land - Soundtrack - 32,000 - 1.045,000
Automaton - Jamiroquai - 31,000 - 158,000
Blurry face - Twenty One Pilots - 29,000 - 2,946,000
Views' by Drake - 27,000 - 3,244,000
Hardwired...To Self-Destruct - Metallica - 27,000 - 2,323,000
I Decided - Big Sean - 25,000 - 576,000
Hndrxx - Future - 22,000 - 403,000
Anti - Rihanna - 21,000 - 1,900,000
Purpose - Justin Bieber - 20,000 - 5,681,000
This Is Acting - Sia - 19,000 - 1,802,000
Fifty Shades Darker - Soundtrack - 19,000 - 652,000
Dangerous Woman - Ariana Grande - 18,000 - 1,403,000
Illuminate - Shawn Mendes - 17,000 - 1,086,000
4 Your Eyez Only - J.Cole - 17,000 - 936,000
Joanne - Lady GaGa - 15,000 - 1,286,000
Traveller - Chris Stapleton - 14,000 - 2,160,000
Suicide Squad - Soundtrack - 14,000 - 1,228,000
Wonderland - Take That - 13,000 - 184,000
21 - Adele - 12,000 - 28,627,000
Beauty Behind The Madness - The Weekend - 12,000 - 2,635,000
Glory Days - Little Mix - 12,000 - 772,000
A Head Full Of Dreams - Coldplay - 11,000 - 4,286,000
Lemonade - Beyoncé - 9,000 - 2,969,000
Blue & Lonesome - Rolling Stones - 8,000 - 1,825,000
In The Lonely Hour - Sam Smith - 7,000 - 6,843,000
1989 - Taylor Swift - 6,000 - 9,895,000
I See You - The XX - 6,000 - 430,000
You Want It Darker - Leonard Cohen - 4,000 - 1,090,000
The Getaway - Red Hot Chili Peppers - 3,000 - 1,411,000
The Heavy Entertainment Show - Robbie Williams - 3,000 - 709,000




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