1 debut on next week’s Billboard 200 — the first-ever debut album to be preceded by two No. The other four were off J. 1s, period. Photo: NBC
As the late, great Jessica Walter once said, “Good for her!” Olivia Rodrigo earned her second No. s o u t h” at No. “good 4 u” hits No. It’s Cole’s fifth album to debut at No. Cole and the Limitations of Millennial Rap
Tags: 2 for “m y. 1 in its second week. That makes the album — which came out on May 21 and is heading toward a sweet No. The only previous albums to include two songs that debuted at No. 2, “a m a r i” at No. The No. 1 were Mariah Carey’s Daydream, Drake’s Scorpion, and Ariana Grande’s thank u, next — each the artist’s fifth, Billboard noted. 8. 1 debut, with “good 4 u,” her third single off new album Sour. Related
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J. Elsewhere on the Hot 100, this week’s chart had the most top-ten debuts ever, with five. 1 largely thanks to a big streaming week, with 43.2 million American streams. Cole’s new album The Off-Season: “m y. 8, meaning The Off-Season doubled his career top-ten songs from five to ten. The album earned 282,000 equivalent units, the most for a hip-hop album so far this year, and also logged the biggest streaming debut of any album this year, with 325.05 million on-demand streams of the 12-track album. i s. 1. 1, after KOD, 4 Your Eyez Only, 2014 Forest Hills Drive, and Cole World: The Sideline Story; his sophomore album, Born Sinner, debuted at No. d e v i l” with Lil Baby at No. 1 song on the Billboard Hot 100, not to mention second No. 2 and rose to No. l i f e” is Cole’s highest-ever chart position, while the four-song set made Cole just the fourth artist ever to debut four songs in the top ten, after Drake, Lil Wayne, and Juice WRLD. 1 album with The Off-Season. l i f e” with 21 Savage and Morray at No. t h e. 6, and “9 5. 5, “p r i d e. But J. Last week, Cole’s The Off-Season single “i n t e r l u d e” debuted at No. And this time, likely to the chagrin of some fans, he accomplished it all with features. Previously, Rodrigo’s runaway hit “drivers license” became the first debut single to debut at No. 1 debuts, never mind two No. Cole’s real record-setting happened over on the Billboard 200, where the rapper logged his sixth-straight No.