James Blake Debuts at No. 1 on Top Dance/Electronic Albums Chart


Plus, strikes for Hikaru Utada & Skrillex and NOTD & Felix Jaehn.

James Blake jumps in at No. 1 on Billboard's Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart (dated Feb. 2) with Assume Form. The set earned 22,000 equal album items within the week ending Jan. 24, in keeping with Nielsen Music. With 9,000 from conventional album gross sales, Assume additionally sails in on the summit of Dance/Electronic Album Sales.

The whole is the very best on Top Dance/Electronic Albums since Calvin Harris' Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1 earned 23,000 items (Aug. 12, 2017) and the very best for a debut since Funk began with 68,000 (July 22, 2017).

Blake achieves his third No. 1, following The Colour in Anything (May 2016) and Overgrown (April 2013). Two extra titles spherical out Blake's 5 high 10s: EP Enough Thunder (No. 9, October 2011) and James Blake (No. four, February 2011).

On Hot Dance/Electronic Songs, Blake bows with all 12 of Assume's tracks, together with his first high 10, "Mile High," that includes Metro Boomin and Travis Scott (No. 10)." The monitor arrives with 5 million U.S. streams and a couple of,000 downloads offered.

In different high 10 information on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs, Hikaru Utada and Skrillex's "Face My Fears" launches at No. 9. It's the primary high 10 for Utada and the third for Skrillex (amongst 28 chart hits). "Face" offered 10,000 downloads, good for a No. 2 entrance on Dance/Electronic Digital Song Sales, and picked up 2.5 million home streams.

On Dance/Mix Show Airplay, the staff of NOTD and Felix Jaehn (that includes Georgia Ku and Captain Cuts) flies 16-9 with "So Close." The first high 10 for each lead acts and for Cuts, "Close" is the second high 10 for Ku, following her function on Party Favor's "In My Head" (No. 7, January 2017). Plus, with remixes from Curbi, Dwilly and Drama, amongst others, the monitor nears the highest 10 on Dance Club Songs (16-12).