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Summer Walker's 'Over It' Earns Biggest Streaming Week Ever

Summer Walker makes a sizzling entrance on the hoarding two hundred albums chart along with her initial studio album, Over It. The set was free on a Gregorian calendar month. four via LVRN/Interscope Records and launches at No. 2 with 134,000 equivalent album units earned within the week ending Gregorian calendar month. 10, in keeping with Nielsen Music.

Over It logs the largest week, in terms of units earned, for AN R&B album by a feminine creator in over 3 years. The last R&B album by a lady to notch a bigger week was Beyoncé’s ade, that tallied 202,000 units in its third week on the list (May twenty-eight, 2016; at No. 2) once antecedently bowing at No. 1.

The hoarding two hundred chart ranks the foremost common albums of the week within the U.S. supported multi-metric consumption as measured in equivalent album units.

The Units are comprised of ancient album sales, track equivalent albums (TEA) and streaming equivalent albums (SEA). The new Gregorian calendar month. 19-dated chart (where Over It debuts at No. 2) denotes fully on Billboard's websites on a Gregorian calendar month. 15. Heartbreaker: Summer Walker Readies Star-Studded New Album once Drake Co-Sign

Over It’s beginning a total of 134,000 units was mostly steam-powered by streaming activity because the set garnered fourteen,000 album sales, 1,000 TEA units and 119,000 ocean units.

The latter figure interprets to an enormous 154.7 million on-demand audio streams for the album’s songs -- marking the most important streaming week ever for AN R&B album by a lady in terms of on-demand audio streams (surpassing the debut week of Beyoncé’s ade, with 115.2 million).

It conjointly scores the second-largest streaming week for AN R&B album among all acts (trailing solely the debut week of The Weeknd’s Starboy, with 175.2 million).

Previous to the debut of Over It, Walker earned four prime 25-charting hits on the recent R&B Songs chart, together with the highest 5 hit “Playing Games.”