August 11, 2021
“Happier Than Ever” (A) — Spotify Update:
1st Week — 184,714,038
8th Day — 19,057,240
9th Day — 16,255,389
10th Day — 14,709,623
11 Day — 15,983,455 *Today’s Update*
TOTAL — 1,195,502,239
Billie Eilish is currently trending at #3 on ITunes US.
Billie Eilish “Happier Than Ever” officially surpassed 1.2BILLION streams on spotify.
“Happier Than Ever” is expected to spend another week at #1 on the ARIA Albums Chart
Billie Bossa Nova” surpassed “Lost Cause” and now it is the 7th most popular song by Billie on Spotify with 14,6M streams.
“everything i wanted” surpassed “Lost Cause” and now it is the 6th most popular song by Billie on Spotify with 923M streams.
Thanks to billonspotify, billieeilishcharts.
April 07, 2020
Most streamed artists 5/4
1. @sanbenito 27.13m
2. @theweeknd 25m
3. @Drake 20m
4. @JBALVIN 18.97m
5. @DUALIPA 18.49m
6. @billieeilishf 15.56m
7. @PostMalone 13.92m
8. @justinbieber 13.35m
9. @LILUZIVERT 12.74m
10. @BTS_twt 12.43m
April 07, 2020
Four very successful titles hit noteworthy milestones on the newly-refreshed Billboard 200 while another debuts…a week before it was supposed to.
Here are five albums that made big moves on the Billboard 200 chart this week.
No. 14 – Billie Eilish – When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
Since she stopped pushing singles from her debut full-length When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, BIllie Eilish has shared a one-off hit (“Everything I Wanted”) and the theme song that she and her brother Finneas composed for the latest James Bond film, No Time to Die, but these new releases haven’t distracted her fans from listening to the project that made her a global powerhouse.
When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? celebrates its first full year on the Billboard 200 and it’s still charting at No. 14, so it’s safe to assume the title won’t vanish anytime soon.