The album is led by “Sicko Mode,” which debuts at No. 2.
Travis Scott appears 17 times on Billboard’s Streaming Songs chart dated Aug. 18, giving the rapper the distinction having his entire new album reach the ranking.
The whole tracklist ASTROWORLD -- which concurrently rules the Billboard 200 with 537,000 equivalent album units earned in the week ending Aug. 9, according to Nielsen Music -- either debuts or re-enters Streaming Songs. It’s led by “Sicko Mode,” which starts at No. 2 with 55.1 million streams, and followed by “Stargazing” at No. 4 with 39 million.
With 17 entries on Streaming Songs (16 debuts, plus the No. 30 re-entry lead single “Butterfly Effect”), Scott scores the ninth week where an artist had at least 17 titles on the chart at once. Most recently, the feat was achieved by Drake, who held 22 the chart’s 50 positions on the July 21-dated list.
Additionally, Scott’s five songs inside Streaming Songs’ top 10 is only the 12th time that feat has been accomplished, with Drake’s five tracks in the top 10 the July 21-dated survey preceding him.
On the On-Demand Streaming Songs chart, which includes just on-demand audio services, Scott lands his first No. 1 with “Mode,” which debuts atop the ranking with 45.3 million on-demand audio streams. In all, Scott holds eight the chart’s top 10, joining Drake, Post Malone, Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole as the only artists to have previously done so.