Roddy Ricch Rises to Number One on Artists 500 Chart - EpicNews

Compton rapper Roddy Ricch lastly claimed the Quantity One spot on the Rolling Stone Artists 500 after holding tight at second place for the previous two weeks.

For the week of December 20th by means of the 26th, Ricch pulled in 106.5 million streams as his newest album, Please Excuse Me for Being Delinquent, fell at Quantity Three on the Top 200 Albums chart, transferring 73,600 album-equivalent models, largely due to 94.eight million streams. His single “The Field” additionally rose to Quantity 5 on the Top 100 Songs chart, notching 28.5 million streams.

The Rolling Stone Artists 500 chart ranks the most-streamed artists of the week in the US, bearing in mind audio streams throughout an artist’s complete catalog through the monitoring interval. The chart doesn’t embody passive listening comparable to terrestrial radio or digital radio. The Artists 500 is up to date day by day, and every week Rolling Stone finalizes and publishes an official model of the chart, protecting the seven-day interval ending with the earlier Thursday.

Coming in behind Ricch was Publish Malone, who jumped from Quantity 4 to Quantity Two, with 96.three million streams. Whereas his single “Circles” has fallen to Quantity 28 on the Prime 100, his newest album Hollywood’s Bleeding nonetheless sits at Quantity 5 on the Prime 200, transferring 63,700 album models due to 63.2 million streams. In the meantime, the late rapper Juice WRLD fell from Number One to Quantity Three, pulling in 92.5 million streams as followers continued to flock to his music within the wake of his tragic loss of life.

Drake landed at Quantity 4 on the Artists 500 with 84 million streams, whereas Mariah Carey unsurprisingly noticed an enormous bounce through the week of Christmas, leaping from Quantity 12 to Quantity 5. Carey notched 83.7 million streams as her vacation traditional, “All I Need for Christmas Is You” secured one other week at Quantity One on the Prime 100 with 47.7 million streams, and her album, Merry Christmas, landed at Quantity Two on the Prime 200, transferring 77,300 album models with 75 million streams.

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Christmas prompted a couple of extra attention-grabbing shake-ups within the Prime 10 of the Artists 500. Whereas mainstays Younger Boy By no means Broke Once more and Younger Thug landed at Numbers Six and 9 with 83 million and 75.9 million streams, respectively, the remainder of the Prime 10 featured Bing Crosby at Seven (79.5 million), Michael Bublé at Eight (77.9 million) and a cappella outfit Pentatonix at Quantity 10 (74.7 million). Bing Crosby’s White Christmas hit Quantity Six on the Prime 200, transferring 60,800 album models, whereas Bublé’s Christmas fell at Quantity Seven on the identical chart with 58,900 album models, and The Better of Pentatonix Christmas hit Quantity 9, transferring 53,100 album models.