Here are the numbers for the first week of Juice WRLD’s “Fighting Demons”


Juice WRLD’s latest version wasn’t enough to overthrow Adele’s 30, which took up some sort of residency at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart.

His latest offering remained atop the charts for an entire month after moving 183,000 equivalent album units in its final week, Billboard reports. This is the first album to spend four consecutive weeks at No.1 since Morgan Wallen’s Dangerous: the double album in March. 30 joined Dangerous, Boy in love certified by Drake and Olivia Rodrigo Sour as the only albums released this year to spend at least four weeks at the top of the album charts.

The last sum for 30 is made up almost entirely of album sales (146,500), with 35,000 units made up of SEA units, which equates to 47.3 million on-demand streams from the ensemble’s track.

Taylor Swift’s re-recorded album, Red (Taylor version), was propelled from its usual No.2 spot to No.3, after experiencing another sizable drop in sales. Despite its constant decline, Red (Taylor version) has enjoyed more Billboard success than its re-recorded predecessor, Intrepid.

Taylor’s downfall paved the way for Juice WRLD Fight demons, which slipped to second place. Released two days after the second anniversary of his tragic disappearance, Demons earned 119,000 equivalent album units in its first week, with streaming accounting for almost all of its total, to the tune of 110,000 units, or 155.49 million on-demand streams of songs on the album .

Demons was accompanied by the release of the HBO Max documentary Juice WRLD: Into the Abyss. Click here to read our review of the doc.


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