Harry Styles’ ‘Harry’s House’ #1 on Billboard 200 for second week – Billboard

Harry Styles’ Harry’s house stands atop the Billboard 200 albums chart (dated June 11) for a second week, following its debut at No. 1 a week ago. The set grossed 160,500 equivalent album units (down 69%) in the United States in the week ending June 2, according to Luminate. It was launched with 521,500 units.

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Harry’s house is the first album to spend its first two weeks on the chart at No. 1 since Adele 30 spent its first six weeks at the top of the list (charts dated December 4, 2021 to January 8, 2022).

Still in the new top 10, Def Leppard scored its eighth album in the top 10 of the Billboard 200 with the debut of Diamond Star Halos.

The Billboard 200 chart ranks the most popular albums of the week in the United States based on multimetric consumption measured in equivalent album units, compiled by Luminate. Units include album sales, track equivalent albums (TEA), and streaming equivalent albums (SEA). Each unit equals 1 album sale, or 10 individual tracks sold from an album, or 3,750 official ad-supported audio and video streams or 1,250 paid/on-demand subscription generated songs from a album. The new table dated June 11, 2022 will be published in full on Billboard‘s website on June 7. For all charting news, follow @billboard and @billboardcharts on Twitter and Instagram.

Of Harry’s house 160,500 equivalent album units earned, album sales include 56,500 (down 83%), SEA units include 102,500 (down 46%; equivalent to 134.36 million on-demand streams from tracks in the set) and TEA units include 1,500 (down 33%).

Four former No. 1s are next on the Billboard 200, like Bad Bunny’s A Verano Sin Ti is a non-move at No. 2 with 141,500 equivalent album units (down 9%), Kendrick Lamar Mr. Morale and Big Steps is a non-move at No. 3 with 89,500 units (down 7%), Future’s No. 1 I never loved you is stationary at No. 4 with 68,000 units (down 12%) and Morgan Wallen’s Dangerous: the double album rose from 6 to 5 with 53,500 units (+4%).

Following its vinyl release, Doja Cat’s planet she jumps 12-6 with 41,500 equivalent album units (up 60%). It sold 16,500 copies on vinyl. (He debuted at his No. 2 peak in 2021.) Zach Bryan’s American grief falls 5-7 in its second week with 40,500 units (down 43%) and former No. 1 Olivia Rodrigo Acid sat at No. 8 with 39,000 units (up 20%) following the release of the deluxe one-year anniversary editions of the album. Jack Harlow’s Go home, you miss the kids down from 7 to 9 with 34,500 units (down 15%).

Def Leppard marks the highest debut on the Billboard 200 as his latest studio effort, Diamond Star Halos, launches at No. 10 – marking the rock band its eighth top 10 album. The set bows with 34,000 equivalent album units earned. Of this sum, album sales include 32,000; SEA units comprise 2,000 (equivalent to 2.7 million official on-demand streams of songs on the album) and TEA units comprise less than 500 units.

Def Leppard landed his first top 10 on the Billboard 200 with Pyromaniawhich peaked at No. 2 in 1983. The act has since visited the top 10 with Hysteria (#1 for six weeks in 1988), Adrenalize (#1 for five weeks in 1992), Active Retro (No. 9; 1983), Rock of Ages: The Definitive Collection (No. 10; 2005), Sparkle Lounge Songs (N°5; 2008), an eponymous album (N°10; 2015) and now Diamond Star Halos (No. 10).

Luminate, the independent data provider for Billboard charts, performs a comprehensive and thorough review of all data submissions used to compile weekly chart rankings. Luminate reviews and authenticates data, removing suspicious or unverifiable activity using established criteria before final chart calculations are made and published. In partnership with Billboard, data deemed suspicious and unverifiable is disqualified before final calculation.