Ed Sheeran’s ‘Bad Habits’ Top the World Charts
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The first Sheeran Global 200 # 1
After debuting at No. 2 on the Billboard Global 200, spending a second week on the leaderboard and dropping to No. 3, Ed Sheeran’s “Bad Habits” move up to No. 1, giving him his first week at the top of the leaderboard. . The song reigns supreme with 67.5 million streams (down 2%) and 40,700 worldwide sales (down 7%) in the follow-up week of July 16-22.
Kid LAROI and Justin Bieber’s’ Stay ‘takes second place in his second week on the Global 200 and Måneskin’s’ Beggin’ ‘returns to his highest number 3, from No.5. (“Beggin ‘” also becomes the quartet’s first Italian hit in the US-based Billboard Hot 100 top 40, dropping from 41 to 35; the composition ranks in the Hot 100 top 40 for the first time since April 1967, when the 4 seasons version peaked at # 16.)
Olivia Rodrigo’s “Good 4 U” repeats at # 4, after six weeks at # 1 on the Global 200, and BTS’s “Permission to Dance” drops to # 5, a week after its launch at # 1, down 52% to 82 million streams and 78% to 30,100 sold worldwide.
“Bad habits” Back to world n ° 1 Excl. United States Chart
Ed Sheeran’s “Bad Habits” bounced from # 2 for a third week to # 1 on Billboard Global Excl. US chart, with 53.6 million feeds (mostly even week-to-week) and 25,100 sold (down 10%) in territories outside the US in the week following the July 16 to 22.
BTS’s “Permission to Dance” dives to # 2 in its second week on the Global Excl. US poll, ceding the top with 73.6 million streams (down 53%) and 22,800 sold (down 76%) outside the US
Måneskin’s “Beggin ‘” goes 4-3 on the Global Excl. The US chart, after hitting # 2, and BTS’s “Butter” slides 3-4, after five weeks at the top.
Kid LAROI and Justin Bieber’s “Stay” grows 6-5 in his second week on the Global Excl. US chart, triggered by its 3% gain to 43.6 million flows outside the US. Kid LAROI of Australia reaches his first Excl world top five. American blow and Bieber (Canada) adds his fourth.
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