Dua Lipa‘s ‘Future Nostalgia’ has made its debut on the Billboard 200.
Touted as one of the year’s most anticipated releases, the LP arrives on the heels of a double GRAMMY win for the Brit in 2019 and was preceded by a number of singles – including smash hit ‘Don’t Start Now,’ which has thus far peaked at #2 on the Hot 100.
It hasn’t all been plain-sailing, though.
For, Lipa has had to weather the storm of an early leak (which, in turn, forced, an earlier than planned release) and limited promotional options as the world comes to grips with the global health crisis.
How did all impact the project’s commercial performance? Find out below…
With the numbers counted and verified, ‘Future’ premieres at #4 on the tally with sales of:
[Sales Plus Streaming]
The widely praised project was bested by The Weeknd, whose ‘After Hours’ reigns for a second week, as well as 5 Seconds Of Summer, and Lil Uzi Vert.
Suffice to say, it’ll be interesting to see where ‘Nostalgia’ makes its most pronounced mark moving forward.
Will it prove a consistent seller? Or perhaps continue to deliver on the singles chart?
In the here and now, though, what are…