Glass Animals repeats at number 1 on the Hot 100 with ‘Heat waves’

Glass Animals with Heat Waves repeats at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, after becoming the song with the longest run to the top last week. Included on the album Dreamland (2020), by the group from Oxford (United Kingdom) led by Dave Bayley, who is also in the news for being one of the main producers of the next Florence + The Machine album. We continue in the classification of songs in the United States, for which we remember that sales, radio coverage and audio and video streaming are taken into account. The podium is completed in second position with We don’t talk about Bruno, who led five weeks, and with Kodak Black with Super Gremlin in the third step rising from number 4. The Encanto soundtrack reaches a ninth week -not consecutive – at number 1 on the Billboard 200 list, with some 72,500 equivalent units on this occasion, 63 thousand for streaming (SEA), 8 thousand for copies sold, and 1,500 for equivalent tracks (TEA). King Von’s posthumous What it means to be king debuts at number 2 with some 59 thousand uuee, of which some 55 thousand correspond to SEA and about 4 thousand to copies sold. Morgan Wallen with Dangerous: The double album remains on the third step of the podium, with some 45 thousand uuee. The top 10 is closed by a second direct entry, DaBaby and YoungBoy Never Broke Again with Better than you, with some 28,500 uuee, 27,500 by SEA.

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