RS Charts: Harry Styles’ ‘Fine Line’ Enjoys Second Week at Number One - EpicNews

Harry Styles loved his second week at Quantity One on the Rolling Stone Top 200 Albums chart. Nice Line earned practically 93,000 album-equivalent models, together with greater than 38,000 album gross sales and over 52 million streams. 

Roddy Ricch, whose Please Excuse Me for Being Delinquent topped the chart the week earlier than Types launched his album, fell to Quantity Three. Different former Quantity One albums additionally hung round within the Prime Ten: Billie Eilish’s When We All Fall Asleep, The place Do We Go?, which impressively earned greater than 70,000 album-equivalent models 9 months after its launch, together with different perennial favorites from Submit Malone (Hollywood’s Bleeding) and Taylor Swift (Lover).

The Rolling Stone 200 Albums chart tracks the most well-liked releases of the week in america. Entries are ranked by album models, a quantity that mixes digital and bodily album gross sales, digital track gross sales, and audio streams utilizing a customized weighting system. The chart doesn’t embody passive listening equivalent to terrestrial radio or digital radio. The Rolling Stone 200 Albums chart is up to date each day, and every week Rolling Stone finalizes and publishes an official model of the chart, masking the seven-day interval ending with the earlier Thursday.

A lot of the most recent RS 200 — 12 of the Prime Twenty — was taken up by Christmas albums or biggest hits albums with in style Christmas singles, which have been a continuing presence on the chart all through December. Subsequent week, Travis Scott is predicted to debut at Quantity One along with his seven-song assortment Jackboys.

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