The Billboard 200 ranks the week’s 200 most popular albums across all genres, ranked by sales and streaming activity. The Billboard 200 chart ranks the most popular albums of the week, as compiled by Nielsen Music, based on multi-metric consumption (blending traditional album sales, track equivalent albums, and streaming equivalent albums). The week of. July 6, 2019.
These all-time rankings are based on actual performance on the weekly Billboard Hot 100 (from its launch on Aug. 4, 1958 through Oct. 10, 2015) and Billboard 200 (from Aug. 17, 1963 - when we combined our two leading pop album album charts for stereo and mono releases into one all-encompassing weekly chart - through Oct. 10, 2015). Titles are ranked based on an inverse point system, with weeks at No. 1 earning the greatest value and weeks at lower rungs earning the least.
The Billboard 200 chart ranks the most popular albums of the week in the . based on multi-metric consumption, which includes traditional album sales, track equivalent albums (TEA) and streaming equivalent albums (SEA).
How This Chart Works. This week's top-selling albums across all genres, ranked by sales data as compiled by Nielsen Music. Billboard is a subsidiary of Prometheus Global Media, LLC.
For the first time Billboard reveals the most successful songs, albums and acts of the past 50-plus years Air Supply? For the first time Billboard reveals the most successful songs, albums and acts of the past 50-plus years. Rihanna's most recent Hot 100 top 10 even found her in coffeehouse-folk mode, as she hit No. 4 in February with the Kanye West and Paul McCartney collaboration "FourFiveSeconds. With her eighth album on the way, her first since 2012's Billboard 200 No. 1 Unapologetic, Rihanna is poised to climb even higher on the all-time artist list.
Every December Billboard publishes a chart listing the year's top songs based on their cumulative chart performance in the United States. The number of songs listed on the chart varied in the early years before becoming a top 100 chart in 1956. View a list of the top 100 hit songs in the US in 1967 and listen to a short countdown medley of the top 25 below
|A1||–The Michael Zager Band||Let's All Chant|
|A2||–Sylvester||Dance (Disco Heat)|
|A3||–A Taste Of Honey||Boogie Oogie Oogie|
|A4||–Exile||Kiss You All Over|
|A5||–Louis St. Louis||Summer Nights|
|A6||–Olivia Newton-John||Hopelessly Devoted To You|
|B2||–Nick Gilder||Hot Child In The City|
|B4||–John Paul Young||Love Is In The Air|
|B5||–Ambrosia||How Much I Feel|
|B6||–Anne Murray||You Needed Me|