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'Black Panther: The Album' is the soundtrack album for the Marvel Studios film Black Panther and was released on February 9 by Interscope Records. The Album debuted at #1 last week on the Billboard 200 chart with 154,000 equivalent album units, 52,000 of which were pure album sales. The album holds at #1 in its second week, after selling another 131,000 equivalent album units of which 40,000 were pure sales. The Album has also reached #1 in Canada, Denmark and Norway, #2 in Australia, Finland, New Zealand and the Netherlands, #4 in Italy, #7 in Switzerland, #9 in the UK , #12 in Germany, #13 in Austria and #18 in France. 

 

The Album was totally curated by Kendrick Lamar, and also features The WeekndFutureSZA and many of Lamar’s fellow artists signed to Top Dawg Entertainment. Lamar was initially only supposed to work on a few songs but after watching the film, he decided to create the whole album. Many of his ideas for the album came to him in August 2017 during The Damn Tour. 

 

The Album's first single "All the Stars" ft SZA was released in January. The Single has reached #7 this week on the US Hot 100. Worldwide, the song has peaked at #1 in Malaysia, #2 in Australia, New Zealand and the UK and Top Ten in Canada, Hungary, Ireland, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Slovakia and Sweden.

 

His collaboration with The Weeknd, "Pray for Me", was released by Top Dawg Entertainment, Aftermath Entertainment and Interscope Records on February 2, 2018 as the album's third single and has peaked at #7 on the US Hot 100, at #4 in Sweden, #6 in Canada, Denmark, and Norway, #9 in Australia and Finland, #10 in Hungary, #11 in the UK and #12 in Ireland and Portugal.


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Drake tops the Global track chart for a 2nd week with his smash hit "God's Plan". 

"God's Plan" just scored a 4th week at N°1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in America and a record 4th week of over 75 million US streams! It's Drake's fourth US N°1 Single, and second as a solo artist. The Song broke first-day streaming records on both Apple Music and Spotify and has been N°1 on the Spotify Global Song chart for over 33
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"God's Plan" has also topped the charts in Australia, Canada, Greece, Ireland, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Sweden and the UK where it has been N°1 for 5 weeks! It has so far peaked N°2 in the Netherlands, and N°3 in Austria and Denmark, N°5 in Germany and Switzerland, N°6 in Hungary, N°7 in Finland, N°8 in Belgium and N°11 in France! Drake filmed the video for “God’s Plan” at Miami High School on February 5. Although the budget for the music video was $996,631.90, Drake gave every dollar back to the community of Miami. You can see him giving packs of money out to random families, offering free groceries, clothes and toys, donating to the Miami University, the Fire Department and a women’s shelter.


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Curated by Kendrick Lamar, 'Black Panther' tops this week's Global Top 10 Albums chart with 202,000 equivalent sales in its 1st week, 154,000 of it those units in America according to Nielsen Music. 14,000 was in Canada according to Nielsen, 3,000 was from the United Kingdom according to OCC, 7,000 approximately was sold in Germany according to Offizielle Deutsche Charts and 4,000 in France according to SNEP. 

 

'ThGreatest Showman' soundtrack holds at N°2 with 164,000 sales, and a total of 1,31 million since its release.

 

Last week's N°1, Justin Timberlake's 'Man Of The Woods', slips to N°3 with 134,000 sales. 

 

Ed Sheeran's 'Divide' ranks at N°4 in its 50th week on the Top 10, selling another 119,000 sales, and a total of 10,650 since its release on March 3rd.

 

The soundtrack to 'Fifty Shades Freed', debuts at N°5 with 112,000 equivalent sales. Its the 3rd and final of the Fifty Shades film series following 'Fifty Shades Of Grey' (2015) and 'Fifty Shades Darker' (2017).

 

Migos' 'Culture II' slips from 4 - 6 this week after selling another 93.000 equivalent sales this week and a total of 474.000 globally since its release 3 weeks ago.

 

Camila Cabello's 'Camila' holds at N°7 after selling another 69.000 and a total of 514.000 in its 5th week on the chart.

 

Eminem's 'Revival' moves up one spot from 9 - 8 after selling 55.000 equivalent sales this week, and 1.401.000 so far since its release!

 

Bruno Mars' '24k Magic' slips one from 8 to 9 and sells another 49.000 equivalent sales this week and a total of 4.131.000 so far!

 

Closing this week's Top 10 Albums on the Global chart is Post Malone's 'Stoney' with 48.000 equivalent sales this week and a total of 2.448.000 since its release!


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Drake's new smash hit "God's Plan" tops the Global Track Chart! It's Drake's second N°1 on the chart as lead artist after "One Dance" in 2016 ft. Wizkid. "God's Plan" ends the nine-week reign of Ed Sheeran's "Perfect" atop the Global chart! 

"God's Plan" debuted at N°1 on the US Billboard Hot 100, making it Drake's fourth US chart topper, and second as a solo artist. The Single broke first-day streaming records on both Apple Music and Spotify, and debuted at N°1 in Canada and the UK, topping the official Singles charts in Australia, Greece, Ireland, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal and Sweden! It is N°2 this week in the Netherlands, and has peaked so far at N°3 in Austria and Denmark, N°5 in Germany and Switzerland, N°7 in Finland and Hungary and N°11 in France!

Drake filmed the new music video for “God’s Plan” at Miami High School on February 5. Although the budget for the music video was $996,631.90, Drake spent it all giving back to the community of Miami. You can see him giving packs of money out to random families, offering free groceries, clothes and toys, donating to the Miami University, the Fire Department and a women’s shelter. Drakes tells fans: “We’re nothing without our mothers. Gotta make sure you take care of your mom, too, no matter what you do. It’s all we got. Trust me. That's my world.” The day before the visual’s release, Drake wrote of the video, “The most important thing I have ever done in my career...drop a  if I can share it with you.”


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Justin Timberlake's 'Man Of The Woods' is the World's Best-selling Album, debuting on the Global Album chart with 403,000 equivalent sales!

Justin Timberlake is back with a bang with his brand new Album, 'Man Of The Woods', debuting at N°1 on the Global Album Chart this week! It's Justin's 5th solo Album and his first LP since 'The 20/20 Experience, Part 1 and Part 2' back in 2013. 'Man Of The Woods' earned 403,000 equivalent sales its first week, 293,000 of it in the US and 19,000 in Canada as per Nielsen Music. Justin sold another 19,000 in the United Kingdom as per official charts, about 15,000 in Germany according to the German Official chart, 6,000 in France according to SNEP, 6,000 in Australia according to ARIA and 3,700 in Japan according to Oricon. 'The 20/20 Experience' debuted with 1,29 million copies in April 2013 and 'The 20/20 Experience' debuted 6 months later with first week sales of 469,000.



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