Olivia Rodrigo's debut album 'SOUR' tops the United World Chart in its 2nd week selling another 267,000 equivalent units globally and a total of 678.000 so far!

Posted on June 17, 2021

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After debuting at #2 on the United World Chart with 411,000 equivalent sales, Olivia Rodrigo’s debut album ‘SOUR’ tops the United World Chart in its 2nd week, selling another 267,000 equivalent units globally and a total of 678.000 so far! ‘SOUR’ broke the Global Spotify Record for the Biggest Opening week for an album by a female artist! It’s the first debut Album in history to spawn 2x number one debuts on the US Hot100, “drivers license” & “good 4 u”! ‘SOUR’ debuted atop the US Billboard 200 with the biggest 1st week of 2021, and has so far reached #1 in Australia, Austria, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Ireland, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Scotland, Spain, Sweden and the UK! 
 
 
Taylor Swift's 'evermore' rebounds to #2 this week with 239,000 sales, a massive 1.227% increase thanks to the release of top-selling vinyl version, The set arrived at no.1 in the week 52, 2020 with 445,000 sales and held for a 2nd week at #1 selling another 276,000 sales. 
 
 
J.Cole's masterpiece, 'The Off-Season', lifts 4-3 after selling another 85,000 equivalent sales. 
 
 
Dua Lipa’s ‘Future Nostalgia’ lifts 6-4 in its 28th week on the chart after selling another 72,000 equivalent sales this week and 3.583.000 in total so far!
 
 
Last week’s chart topper, NCT Dream’s ‘Hot Sauce’ slips 1-5 in its 2nd week selling another 68,000 for a total of 1,736,000 while former #1, Justin Bieber’s‘Justice’, lifts 7-6 in its 11th week after selling another 63,000 equivalent sales units and over 1,321,000 globally so far!
 
 
Former chart topper, Country Superstar Morgan Wallen, lifts 9-7 on the United World Chart with 'Dangerous: The Double Album' after selling another 57.000 equivalent units in its 19th week on the chart and 2.060.000 so far!
 
 
Former chart topper, the Weeknd’s ‘After Hours’, holds at 8 after selling another 52,000 units and 4,431,000 so far, while the late American rapper, Pop Smoke, rebounds 10-9 with his former chart-topping album 'Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon’ after shifting another 50.000 equivalent units in its 41st week on the chart and totallng 4,755,000 so far!
 
 
Harry Styles’ ‘Fine Line’ rebounds to #10 after selling another 46,000 equivalent units and 5,219,000 units so far!


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