David Bowie’s ‘Blackstar’ Reaches No.1 In The US Charts | Music News
David Bowie‘s twenty-fifth album Blackstar has reached the top of the Billboard 200, becoming his first record to top the US charts. Up until now, Bowie’s highest-charting album was 2013 The Next Day, which peaked the second position on the charts. Another seven albums entered the top 10 in the Billboard 200:
1983 Let’s Dance (No. 4), 1976 Changesonebowie (No. 10), 1976 Station to Station (No. 3), 1975 Young Americans (No. 9), 1974 David Live (No. 8), and 1974 Diamond Dogs (No. 5). The record has dethroned Adele‘s 25 after seven weeks at the top and it has also reached the first position in the UK Charts, where it has already been certified gold by the BPI.
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