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Morgan Wallen, With Newest No. 1, Tops a Garth Brooks Document


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Morgan Wallen’s “One Factor at a Time” was already a chart monster. The album, launched final March, spent its first 12 weeks at No. 1, then notched one other 4 by the autumn, and two extra early this yr. Due to persistently enormous streaming numbers, it was the hottest album of 2023.

Now Wallen has one other feather in his cap. “One Factor” has hit No. 1 for the nineteenth time, breaking Billboard’s document for many weeks on the prime for a rustic album — surpassing Garth Brooks’s 1991 basic “Ropin’ the Wind,” which had era-defining nation hits like “Shameless,” “What She’s Doing Now” and “The River.” (No less than 11 non-country albums have logged extra weeks at No. 1 within the 68-year historical past of Billboard’s all-genre chart, together with Adele’s “21,” with 24 weeks, and the “West Facet Story” soundtrack, with 54.)

In its newest week, Wallen’s “One Factor” had the equal of 68,000 gross sales in the USA, together with 90 million streams and a pair of,000 copies bought as a whole album, in accordance with the monitoring service Luminate.

That may be a modest take for a No. 1 album, but it surely was sufficient in an in any other case sluggish week. With Ariana Grande’s long-awaited new album “Everlasting Sunshine” already posting large numbers, and positive hits by Beyoncé and Taylor Swift on the way in which in coming weeks, this might sound Wallen’s final shot on the prime. But it surely additionally appeared that manner final June, when he posted his fifteenth week at No. 1. Or in October, for his sixteenth.

Additionally this week, Noah Kahan’s “Stick Season” climbs to No. 2, a brand new peak; launched a yr and a half in the past, the folk-pop-y “Stick Season” — with banjo, mandolin and catchy hooks — went to No. 3 final summer time and has been effervescent by the Prime 10 for months.

“Vultures 1,” by Ye (previously often called Kanye West) and Ty Dolla Signal, holds at No. 3; followers proceed to attend for the promised launch of a second quantity. SZA’s “SOS” is No. 4 and Drake’s “For All of the Canines” is No. 5.

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