Backstreet Boys are heading for his or her first No. 1 album in 18 years on the Billboard 200 chart, as business forecasters anticipate their new studio set, DNA, to bow atop subsequent week’s tally. Those within the know counsel the trouble might earn greater than 200,000 equal album items within the U.S. within the week ending Jan. 31. DNA was launched on Jan. 25 the Boys’ Ok-BAHN label RCA Records.
The Billboard 200 chart ranks the most well-liked albums of the week primarily based on multi-metric consumption, which incorporates conventional album gross sales, monitor equal albums (TEA) and streaming equal albums (SEA). The high 10 of the Feb. 9-dated Billboard 200 chart (the place DNA could open at No. 1) is scheduled to be revealed on Billboard’s web sites on Sunday, Feb. three.
DNA’s sizable first-week sum will probably be powered largely by album gross sales, principally from these generated by a live performance ticket/album sale redemption supply with their upcoming U.S. tour.
The album was led by the one “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart,” which reached No. 18 on the Pop Songs airplay chart final August, marking the group’s first high 20 hit on the tally since 2005’s “Incomplete” peaked at No. eight. The Grammy Award-nominated monitor additionally reached No. 9 on the Adult Pop Songs airplay chart — BSB's first high 10 ever on the chart.
DNA’s new single, “Chances,” holds at No. 19, its peak, on the most recent Adult Pop Songs airplay chart (dated Feb. 2).
Assuming DNA hits No. 1 on the Billboard 200, it’ll mark the Boys’ 10th high 10 album, third No. 1, and first chief since Black & Blue spent two weeks atop the tally in December of 2000. The group additionally led the checklist with Millennium, for 10 weeks, in 1999.
Other albums heading for notable debuts on subsequent week’s Billboard 200 chart embody Bring Me the Horizon’s amo, Boogie’s Everything's for Sale and Bethel Music’s dwell set Victory. Plus, Weezer’s self-titled launch, often known asThe Teal Album, might vault into the highest 10, after the covers effort debuted on the Feb. 2-dated chart at No. 47 from in the future of exercise. The surprise-released set arrived on Jan. 24, the ultimate day of the earlier monitoring week.