US album chart has Demi Lovato debuting in the top 10 and Madonna making history

The US album chart had some news and some achievements worthy of celebration. The best debut of the week was that of Demi Lovato, whose “Holy Fvck” was in seventh place. This is her eighth work and the first to miss the top 5 – 2009’s “Here We Go Again” remains her only number one.

The entry of Madonna’s new remix compilation at eighth place made the Queen of Pop history. Thanks to “Finally Enough Love” she is now the first woman to have placed at least one album in the top 10 in the last five decades.

Also in the top 10 was Five Finger Death Punch. “AfterLife”, the heavy rock band’s latest effort, peaked at No. 10, and became their eighth top ten album in the US.

Finally, we have Bad Bunny’s return to number 1. This is the ninth non-consecutive week that “Un Verano Sin Ti” has been at the top of the rankings. The Puerto Rican has now equaled the 2022 record that belonged to the “Enchantment” track. The album remains extremely popular on streaming services – 102 of the 105,000 copies counted came from auditions of its songs on Spotify and the like.

The top 10 looked like this:

1 – “Un Verano Sin Ti” – Bad Bunny (up one position)
2 – “Beautiful Mind” – Rod Wave (dropped one position)
3 – “RENAISSANCE – ACT 1” – Beyoncé (same position)
4 – “Dangerous: The Double Album” – Morgan Wallen (up two positions)
5- “Harry’s House” – Harry Styles (up two positions)
6 – “The Last Slimeto” – YoungBoy Never Broke Again (dropped one position)
7 – “Holy Fvck” – Demi Lovato (debut)
8 – “Finally Enough Love” – ​​Madonna (debut)
9 – “Traumazine” – Megan Thee Stallion (dropped five places)
10 – “AfterLife” – Five Finger Death Punch (debut)

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