Billboard 200: Harry Styles’ ‘Fine Line’ Album Opens At #1 With Huge Sales

Published: Sunday 22nd Dec 2019 by Sam

Harry Styles reigns atop of the Billboard 200 with sophomore album ‘Fine Line.’

How big were the numbers? Find out below…

Per Billboard, the set premiered with a colossal 478,000 sales-plus-streaming equivalent  units in the US.

Of that sum, its pure sales figure was 393,000; a stat that supports initial reports that the LP was performing well on physical formats such as vinyl and also by way of an album/tour ticket bundle.

Styles’ opening serves as the third-biggest debut for any album released in 2019 and the biggest first week launch for a Pop album by a male act in more than four years.

Notably, ‘Fine Line’ also logs the largest opening sales for an LP by a sol male performer from the UK since US sales started being tracked electronically in 1991.


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  1. Gworl Bye December 22, 2019

    Lmao, RIP camila, numbers she will never see.

  2. Dottie December 22, 2019

    Lmao i see racistila flopbello is nowhere in the top ten, week 2 numbers must be even more tragic than the first

  3. #TheTruth December 22, 2019

    Wow I’m surprised.
    All I’ve heard is his very first solo single from his debut album. Which I liked.
    But I never cared about him like that to check out his music.
    Good for him, congratulations.

    I like the 2 songs that Niall has released, he is the best solo surprise to me.

  4. Arthus Nico December 22, 2019

    Love the singles he released especially Watermelon Sugar

    He was everywhere on TV.

    Congrats Harry

  5. sipLizzzoJuice December 22, 2019

    My boy Harry styles 478,000>>>> Rody Rich 65,000


  6. Holliewuud December 22, 2019

    Great record!

  7. Clarks0oñ December 22, 2019

    So why did he flop in his home country?

    It’s only Americans that are buying into this david Bowie rip off.
    British people dont care. They know a fake when they see one.

    ‘Fine Line’ by Harry Styles debuts at No. 3 on the UK Official Albums Chart with impressive 49,000 units sold.

    If u wanna be successful in America, just be british and have a British accent.

  8. sipLizzzoJuice December 22, 2019

    In other news y’all gurl Camila Cabello “Romance” slides down to #13 selling 35,000 copies.

    On the good note though, she debuted #1 in Canada for selling 8,000 copies last week


  9. MissKeriBaby December 22, 2019

    United World Chart ALBUMS (Worldwide Weekly Sales)

    week 51 / 2019 – December 21

    compiled and provided by mediatraffic
    1. The Who – Who- 177, 000 (debut)
    2. Camila Cabello – Romance 171,000 (Debut)
    3. Exo – Obsession- 119.000
    4. Roddy Ricch – Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial- 116.000 (debut)
    5. Soundtrack – Frozen II
    Walt Disney – 111.000
    6. Michael Bublé – Christmas
    Reprise – 104.000
    7. Robbie Williams – The Christmas Present
    Columbia – 103.000
    8. Post Malone – Hollywood’s Bleeding
    Republic – 99.000
    9. Coldplay – Everyday Life
    Parlophone / Atlantic – 97.000
    10. Billie Eilish – When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
    Darkroom / Interscope – 94.000
    11. Taylor Swift – Lover / Republic Records – 93,000

    I’m surprised Camicky debuted still at number 2 worldwide. What a mess

  10. Gary R. December 22, 2019

    Good for him! My fave song is the opening track “Golden” which should become his next single if his team is smart. It’s just catchy enough to stick in your head yet different enough from the other people out there. It has a New Order/Pet Shop Boys era vibe to it. Post Malone’s “Circles” also has a New Order feel to it, especially the intro. Happy 4 Harry, he seems genuinely nice and I love his love for Stevie Nicks, she is absolutely “Golden” in my book.

  11. XYZ December 23, 2019

    Its a really good Album though

    • sipLizzzoJuice December 23, 2019

      I agree gurl Lizzo Truth hurts is a classic album
      Grammy legendary

  12. Girlbye December 23, 2019

    White people have no taste nor soul ??

  13. AJ December 24, 2019

    Who the f*** buys this music? These are Beyonce numbers. How the hell does he sell these numbers with not much exposure or hit singles?

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