Charli XCX's 'Brat' Dominates Billboard Dance Charts

The English popstar's sixth studio album, which sold 77,000 equivalent album units in its first week, has blanketed Billboard's dance charts, earning her multiple records and critical acclaim.

AceShowbiz - Charli XCX's "Brat" has taken over Billboard's dance charts, debuting at No. 1 on Top Dance/Electronic Albums, making it her first chart-topper. All 15 standard-edition tracks and two bonus cuts from the album have also landed on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs.

"Brat" sold 77,000 equivalent album units in its first week, marking Charli's biggest week of her career. It also secured her highest rank on the all-genre Billboard 200, starting at No. 3. The album's first-week sales include 30,000 vinyl copies, propelling it to No. 1 on the Vinyl Albums ranking.

The deluxe edition of "Brat," with three additional songs, dominates Hot Dance/Electronic Songs, claiming 17 of the 50 positions. This gives Charli over one-third of the chart's real estate, second only to Skrillex, who previously held 20 simultaneous entries.

Thirteen of Charli's 17 appearances on the chart are debuts, led by "Talk Talk" at No. 5. Four more new cuts make the top 20, including "Sympathy Is A Knife", "365" and "Everything is Romantic". Singles released in the lead-up to the album's release, such as "360" and "Von Dutch," have seen significant gains on the charts.

"Brat" has nearly tripled Charli's history on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs, where she had previously charted only 10 songs. Notably, "Von Dutch" and other pre-release singles marked her first solo unaccompanied entries on the list. "360" is her highest-ranking track as a lead artist.

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