Billie Eilish holds on to Number One on the Apple Music Pre-Add Chart with Happier Than Ever, the long-awaited followup to her debut, When We All Fall Asleep Where Do We Go?
Happier Than Ever, due July 30th, leads Olivia Rodrigo’s SOUR (Number Two) and OneRepublic’s Human (Deluxe) as the album with the most pre-adds on Apple Music from April 30th through May 6th. Pre-adds allow listeners to queue up an album to be added to their library when it’s released, offering a good indication of the albums that fans are most excited for. It’s a good sign that it’s leading the pre-add chart, where previous RS 200 toppers like Rod Wave and Moneybagg Yo have also led.
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Apple Music Pre-Adds, April 30th through May 6th
Billie Eilish, Happier Than Ever (7/30/2021)
Olivia Rodrigo, SOUR (5/21/2021)
OneRepublic, Human (Deluxe) (5/7/2021)
Toosii, Thank You For Believing (4/30/2021)
Rag’n’Bone Man, Life By Misadventure (4/30/2021) +3
TWICE , Kura Kura – EP (4/30/2021) +12
Jorja Smith, Be Right Back (5/7/2021) +14
St. Vincent, Daddy’s Home (4/30/2021) +2
Quando Rondo, Still Taking Risks (5/14/2021) +4
Gucci Mane, Ice Daddy (5/7/2021) NEW
The Black Keys, Delta Kream (4/30/2021) +3
Weezer, Van Weezer (5/7/2021) -1
Jack Ingram, Miranda Lambert & Jon Randall, The Marfa Tapes (5/14/2021) +2
Alan Jackson, Where Have You Gone (5/7/2021) +2
MARINA, Ancient Dreams In A Modern Land (5/14/2021) +5
Blake Shelton, Body Language (5/12/2021) +7
Beartooth, Below (6/11/2021) NEW
Night Lovell, Just Say You Don’t Care (5/14/2021) NEW
Prince, Welcome 2 America (4/30/2021) NEW
Rise Against, Nowhere Generation (5/21/2021) NEW
Mammoth WVH, Mammoth WVH (4/30/2021) NEW
Shekhinah, Trouble In Paradise (4/30/2021) NEW
Hiatus Kaiyote, Mood Valiant (6/25/2021) NEW
Lord Huron, Long Lost (5/7/2021) NEW
HENTAI SHINSHI CLUB, ZURUMUKE (7/30/2021) NEW
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