Back with a new Oricon Weekly roundup.
This article covers the 1st week of June – which includes singles and albums released between 07/06/2021 and 13/06/2021.
Let’s take a look at the data.
Oricon Weekly Albums Ranking
NEW ENTRY: Daiki Yamashita “hear me?”
Daiki Yamashita‘s debut mini-album “hear me?” was well received by his fans, managing to sell 6,103 copies in its first week of sales.
“hear me?” sits comfortably at #8.
Oricon Weekly Singles Ranking
Switch “Ensemble Stars!! ES Idol Song season1 Switch”
3 weeks on the chart and Switch continue going strong, rising from #6 to #4.
“Ensemble Stars!! ES Idol Song season1 Switch” sold 12,446 copies in the past week.
In 3 weeks, this single counts with over 56,000 copies sold.
NEW ENTRY: Switch X Eden “Ensemble Stars!! FUSION UNIT SERIES 01”
Another Ensemble Stars!! CD ranking within top 10, another one featuring the extremely popular Switch, this time around in collaboration with Eden.
“Ensemble Stars!! FUSION UNIT SERIES 01“ was well-received, counting with 9,284 copies sold, more than enough to grab a seat at #8.
NEW ENTRY: fine “Ensemble Stars!! ES Idol Song season2 fine”
The Ensemble Stars!! franchise is on fire! Following behind is fine with their entry in the 2nd season of the ES Idol Song CD series.
“ES Idol Song season2 fine“ had a solid first week of sales, counting with 7,026 copies sold, more than enough for a spot at #11.
VARIOUS ARTISTS “Uta no Prince Sama 10th Anniversary CD”
“Uta no Prince Sama 10th Anniversary CD” slips from #2 to #13 after a quieter week of sales – in comparison to their impressive 63,323 copies on 1st week – with 6,454 copies sold.
The single – all versions – counts with over 69,000 copies sold in 2 weeks.
NEW ENTRY: Stellar CROWNS with Akane “RUMOR“
Stellar CROWNS, group consisting of Yoshihiko Aramaki, Keisuke Ueda, Ryuji Sato, Ryunosuke Matsumura and Masanari Wada, released their new single “RUMOR” featuring Akane (Shouta Aoi in REAL⇔FAKE 2nd Stage).
“RUMOR” sold 6,171 copies, grabbing a spot at #14.
If there aren’t sales figures on the prints we’ve posted, it’s because the music label behind that artist doesn’t want to disclose that information.
It happens often with the Daily rankings. The Oricon charts depicted here only count physical copies. Digital figures are featured on a different chart.