Justin Bieber is on course for his seventh No. 1 album on the . 200 chart, as business forecasters counsel his newest effort, Changes, ought to bow atop subsequent week’s tally (dated Feb. 29). The set was launched on Friday, Feb. 14 by way of SchoolBoy/Raymond Braun/Def Jam Recordings.
After solely two full days of exercise, prognosticators counsel Changes may earn round 250,000 equal album items within the U.S. within the week ending Feb. 20. That quantity may climb greater, particularly contemplating Bieber has a live performance ticket/album sale redemption supply in play along with his upcoming area tour, in addition to an array of merchandise/album bundles out there by way of his official webstore. Sales generated from each affords may improve because the week progresses.
The . 200 chart ranks the most well-liked albums of the week based mostly on multi-metric consumption, which incorporates conventional album gross sales, observe equal albums (TEA) and streaming equal albums (SEA). The high 10 of the Feb. 29-dated . 200 chart (the place Changes is anticipated to debut at No. 1) is scheduled to be revealed on .’s web site on Sunday, Feb. 23.
If Changes fees in at No. 1, it would mark Bieber’s seventh chief on the . 200. He beforehand hit No. 1 with Purpose (2015), Believe: Acoustic (2013), Believe (2012), Under the Mistletoe (2011), Never Say Never: The Remixes (2011) and My World 2.0 (2010).
Other albums set for vital debuts on subsequent week’s chart embody A Boogie Wit da Hoodie’s Artist 2.0, Tame Impala’s Slow Rush and Monsta X’s It’s All About Luv.