7 Milestones to launch us into June.
Carrie Underwood’s “Church Bells” leaps into the top 10 on Country radio. The song clearly has ringing the bell at number on in its sites. “Church Bells” is the third single from her fifth studio album “Storyteller”.
Fifth Harmony is all over the milestones this morning. Their “Work from Home” continues to dominate the Pop chart for a third week. Meanwhile, their next single “All in my Head (Flex)” enters the Pop chart and the Rhythmic chart this week.
Also from X-Factor is Zayn. His second single, “Like I Would” from his debut album debuted on Pop last week and entered the top 40 this week.
Javier Colon won the first season of the Voice and has bounced around the industry since then. His latest single “Gravity” just defied gravity by entering the top 40 on AC this week.
Over on CAC, Lauren Daigle continues her stranglehold on the top of that chart with “Trust in You”. Danny Gokey may have to settle for being Alydar to Lauren’s Affirmed.
Meanwhile, over at Billboard, they confirm that Fifth Harmony has their top debut week at number 4. They sold 74K equivalent albums and 49K in pure album sales. Drake continues to thwart all contenders as he holds the top of the BB200 for a fifth week based largely on streams. “Views” now has the top five streaming weeks. 152K in equivalents, 92K SEAS (138M), and 37K in pure album sales (so rising from fifth on album sales to first on the BB200). Dierks Bentley tops the album sales chart with 88K in sales (101K in equivalent albums). This is his best sales week ever. Beyonce is 3rd on the BB200 with 79K (-20%). Voice coach Blake Shelton is 5th in his second week (63K, -63%) and Ariana Grande tumbles from 2nd-6th in her second week (50K, -72%). Rihanna’s “Anti” is 7th , Flume is 8th, Adele is 9th and Twenty One Pilot’s are 10th.
A surprise concert by Kanye caused chaos in New York last night. Kanye was supposed to play the Govenor’s Ball on Sunday night but it was cancelled due to severe weather conditions. Kanye planned to give a surprise concert at Webster Hall, but when too many people showed up, things became dicey. Fearing people getting crushed, the surprise concert was cancelled as well.
“Hole in a Bottle”: 25 Country (24)
“Church Bells”: ^9 Country (13)
“Tell Your Heart to Beat”: 2 CAC (2)
“No Time for It”: ^10 UAC (9)
“All in My Head (Flex)”: ^49 Pop (76); ^48 RHY (212)
“Work From Home”: 1 Pop (1); 7 RHY (5); ^21 HAC (24); ^40 Urban (40)
“Gravity”: ^38 AC (49)
“Southern Boy” w Jason Aldean: ^39 Country (40)
“Stand in the Light”: 24 AC (24)
“Piece by Piece”: 9 HAC (6); ^10 AC (10)
“Trust in You”: 1 CAC (1)
“Get You Home”: ^35 HAC (35); 50 AC (46)
“Drag Me Down”: 37 AC (37)
“If I Ever Fall In” f. Jason Derulo: 45 HAC (41)
“Can’t Nobody Love You”: 38 UAC (34)
“Like I Would:” ^34 Pop (42)
“Pillowtalk”: 9 Pop (7); ^14 HAC (13); 21 RHY (20); ^26 AC (27)
Note: Numbers indicate position on the chart while numbers in brackets indicate the position on the chart the previous week. The “^” (aka “a bullet”) indicates that a song gained spins since last week.
Adds listed on AllAccess:
June 6: Country: Cassadee Pope: “Summer”
June 7: Rhy: Zany: “WRoNG”
This is the daily numbers thread for Monday. Stats collected on Monday morning.