Morgan Wallen’s “One Thing at a Time” has accomplished a noteworthy milestone by holding the number one position on the Billboard 200 albums.

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The album chart for the 14th non-consecutive week, setting a record for the most weeks at No. 1 by any album. The update comes from the July 1st chart, where the singer achieved the feat.

Wallen, with this achievement, also surpassed Bad Bunny’s “Un Verano Si Ti,” which had earlier held the record for 14 straight weeks. Wallen’s song has now also surpassed Drake’s “Views” which was on top for 13 straight weeks.

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“One Thing at a Time” has achieved a significant milestone by earning over 100,000 equivalent album units in all 16 of its weeks on the Billboard 200 chart. This accomplishment is noteworthy since the chart began ranking titles by equivalent album units in December 2014. With this achievement, the album shares the record for the most weeks surpassing 100,000 units with Bad Bunny’s “Un Verano Sin Ti” in 2022.

Some noteworthy albums are among the top 10 on the most recent Billboard 200 albums chart. With “The World EP.2: Outlaw” landing at No. 2, becomes ATEEZ’s highest-charting album to date. “A Gift & A Curse” debuts at No. 3 on the list, giving Gunna his seventh entry into the top 10. Additionally, Queens of the Stone Age debut at No. 9 with “In Times New Roman,” their fourth album to reach the top 10, as reported by Billboard.

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The popularity of albums in the US is reflected in the Billboard 200 list, a weekly rating. The chart is based on the consumption of many metrics, which are calculated in comparable album units. The data utilized for this rating is compiled by Luminate. Track equivalent albums (TEA), streaming equivalent albums (SEA), and album sales are all included in comparable album units.