Florida-born trap-soul rapper Rod Wave has scored his third No. 1 album in a row along with his newest, fifth studio LP “Nostalgia.” His entrance pushes Olivia Rodrigo’s newly-released “Guts” out of the summit by a pair thousand models bought.
Regardless of being described an underdog of the hip-hop area, Rod beforehand earned a No. 1 debut along with his full-lengths “SoulFly” in 2021, and “Lovely Thoughts” in 2022. The 25-year-old has additionally persistently launched a challenge every year since 2019 though “Nostalgia” sees Rod at his most introspective, referring to themes of affection and loss throughout 18 tracks. The set additionally features a function from 21 Savage on the monitor “Turks & Caicos.”
“Nostalgia” logged the equal of 137,000 album models bought, per Luminate. A big portion of that sum derives from its impression on streaming, roughly 187 million streams, marking Rod’s largest opening week but by models earned. As Billboard notes, its the third-largest debut streaming week for an R&B/hip-hop album in 2023.
Rodrigo’s “Guts” slips to No. 2 in its second week with 134,000 models as Zach Bryan’s self-titled album stays at No. 3 with 79,000 models. Morgan Wallen’s “One Factor at a Time” is at No. 4; SZA’s “SOS” is at No. 5; Travis Scott’s “Utopia” is No. 6 and Peso Pluma’s “Génesis” is at No. 7.
Swift’s chart-topping “Midnights” sits nonetheless at No. 8 and Wallen returns for a second time within the high 10 along with his former No. 1 “Harmful: The Double Album” at No. 9. The “Barbie” soundtrack rounds out the highest of the record at No. 10.
On the Scorching 100, SZA seems twice within the new high three: at No. 1 with Drake for “Slime You Out” (32.6 million streams), and at No. 3 for her personal single “Snooze,” boosted by a brand new remix with Justin Bieber.
“Slime You Out” is off of Drake’s upcoming album “For All of the Canine,” now slated for an Oct. 6 launch afetr Drake delayed the set to concentrate on finishing his tour. It’s SZA’s second-ever No. 1 tune behind her “SOS” single “Kill Invoice,” which led the record again in April. “Snooze” enters the record with 21.4 million streams with all variations of “Snooze” accounting for its new chart positon.
R&B and hip-hop-leaning singles occupy the highest three, as Doja Cat’s “Paint the City Pink” retains its grip on No. 2 with simply shy of 45 million in radio attain and 27 million streams, two weeks after the one climbed to No. 1 on the songs chart. The one preceded Doja Cat’s “Scarlet” album, which arrived on Sept. 22 and is anticipated to impression the highest of the Billboard 200 within the coming week.
The remainder of the Scorching 100 is occupied by repeats with nation hitmaker Luke Combs’ cowl of Tracy Chapman’s “Quick Automotive” at No. 4, and Zach Bryan’s “I Keep in mind Every thing,” that includes Kacey Musgraves, at No. 5. Swift’s “Merciless Summer time” is at No. 6; Olivia Rodrigo’s “Vampire” slips to No. 7; Wallen’s “Final Evening” slips is at No. 8 and Gunna’s “Fukumean” is regular at No. 9. Closing out the highest 10 singles is Dua Lipa’s “Dance the Evening” in its seventeenth week on the chart.
- Rod Wave Lands Third No. 1 Album in 3 Years; SZA Returns to Prime Songs Chart With Drake’s ‘Slime You Out’
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