Zach Bryan, the Oklahoma-raised singer-songwriter whose work suits someplace on a continuum of nation, rock and Americana folks, has logged his first No. 1 album and single with massive streaming numbers.
His album, “Zach Bryan,” opens on the prime of the Billboard 200 chart with the equal of 200,000 gross sales within the United States. That contains 233 million streams and 17,000 copies offered as a digital obtain, in line with the monitoring service Luminate.
Critics and playlist curators might quibble over precisely which style tags to connect to Bryan’s work. But for chart functions, Billboard has utilized a simple check, ruling that “Zach Bryan” counts as each nation and rock since Bryan’s work has appeared on each its nation and rock charts. As such, “Zach Bryan” is the primary rock album to prime the chart in over a yr, because the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ “Unlimited Love” early final yr, and it has the most important streaming week ever for a rock album. (Among nation releases, Billboard reported, Bryan’s album has the (*1*) debut streaming week.)
In addition, Bryan notches his first No. 1 single on Billboard’s all-genre Hot 100 chart. “I Remember Everything,” Bryan’s duet with Kacey Musgraves, takes over from Oliver Anthony Music’s “Rich Men North of Richmond,” which falls to No. 6 after two weeks on the prime.
Also on the newest album chart, Travis Scott’s “Utopia” falls to second place after 4 weeks at No. 1, Morgan Wallen’s “One Thing at a Time” is No. 3 and Taylor Swift’s “Midnights” is No. 4. SZA’s “SOS” returns to the Top 10 for the primary time in a month, leaping six spots to No. 5, after the discharge of a brand new music video for her track “Snooze.”