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‘Easy on Me’ Tops Global Charts for Third Week – Billboard

Adele‘s “Simple on Me” continues its run as the most important track on this planet, because it spends a 3rd week at No. 1 on each the Billboard World 200 and Billboard World Excl. U.S. charts (dated Nov. 13).

Plus, Ed Sheeran boasts two songs within the high 5 of every tally: “Shivers” and “Dangerous Habits,” each from his new album, =.

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In the meantime, the World 200’s high 5 solely contains acts from outdoors the U.S. for the primary time. On the World Excl. U.S. chart, solely artists from past the U.S. additionally infuse the area, for a 3rd straight week and for the fourth time total.

Billboard‘s two world charts, which started in September 2020 and not too long ago marked their first yr, rank songs based mostly on streaming and gross sales exercise culled from greater than 200 territories all over the world, as compiled by MRC Knowledge. The Billboard World 200 is inclusive of worldwide knowledge and the Billboard World Excl. U.S. chart contains knowledge from territories excluding the U.S.

Chart ranks are based mostly on a weighted system incorporating official-only streams on each subscription and ad-supported tiers of audio and video music providers, in addition to obtain gross sales, the latter of which replicate purchases from full-service digital music retailers from all over the world, with gross sales from direct-to-consumer (D2C) websites excluded from the charts’ calculations.

Adele Leads Historic World 200 Prime 5

“Simple on Me” by Adele provides a 3rd week at No. 1 on the Billboard World 200. The ballad drew 84 million streams (down 19%) and offered 29,200 downloads (down 32%) worldwide within the Oct. 29-Nov. 4 monitoring week.

The Child LAROI and Justin Bieber’s “Keep” holds at No. 2 on the World 200, after a report 11 weeks on high, and Ed Sheeran ranks back-to-back with “Shivers” (6-3) and “Dangerous Habits” (7-4), each from his new album, =. “Shivers” hits a brand new excessive and “Dangerous Habits” led for every week in July.

Rounding out the World 200’s high 5, CKay’s “Love Nwantiti (Ah Ah Ah)” dips 3-5, after reaching No. 2.

Notably, the World 200’s high 5 solely contains artists from outdoors the U.S. for the primary time. The acts’ international locations of origin: England (Adele, Sheeran), Australia (The Child LAROI), Canada (Bieber) and Nigeria (CKay).

‘Simple’ & Ed Additionally Shine on World Excl. U.S.

Adele’s “Simple on Me” guidelines the Billboard World Excl. U.S. chart for a 3rd week, with 60.5 million streams (down 19%) and 13,700 offered (down 32%) in territories outdoors the U.S. within the Oct. 29-Nov. 4 monitoring week.

The Child LAROI and Justin Bieber’s “Keep” repeats at No. 2 after 9 weeks atop the World Excl. U.S. chart; Ed Sheeran’s “Shivers” jumps 5-3 for a brand new greatest; CKay’s “Love Nwantiti (Ah Ah Ah)” slips 3-4, after reaching No. 2; and Sheeran’s “Dangerous Habits” lifts 6-5, after it reigned for 5 weeks.

As on the World 200, the World Excl. U.S. high 5 sports activities solely acts from outdoors the U.S. On the latter listing, such artists earn the achievement for a 3rd consecutive week; within the two prior frames, Coldplay, Elton John, Dua Lipa (England) and BTS (South Korea) contributed to the feat, alongside Adele, The Child LAROI, Bieber, CKay and Sheeran.

Sheeran, BTS, The Child LAROI, Bieber and Måneskin (Italy) first made for an all-non-U.S. high 5 on the July 31 World Excl. U.S. chart.

The Billboard World 200 and Billboard World Excl. U.S. charts (dated Nov. 13) will replace on Billboard.com tomorrow (Nov. 9). For each charts, the highest 100 titles can be found to all readers on Billboard.com, whereas the whole 200-title rankings are seen on Billboard Professional, Billboard‘s subscription-based service. For all chart information, you’ll be able to observe @billboard and @billboardcharts on each Twitter and Instagram.

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