Oricon Weekly | GRANRODEO, Anthos* LIHITO and more top this week’s charts

oricon weekly 1st week Sep 2020

Back with a new Oricon Weekly roundup.

This article covers the 1st week of September – which includes singles and albums released between 07/09/2020 and 13/09/2020.

A note that, this week, there were no albums by male seiyuu, bands or 2D idol projects on Oricon’s Top 50. With that being said, this week this article will not feature the “Oricon Weekly Album Ranking” section.

A note that, this week, there are no male seiyuu and 2D idol groups ranking on Oricon Weekly Album’s chart.

Let’s take a look at the data.


Oricon Weekly Single Ranking

#16

NEW ENTRY: GRANRODEO “Jonetsu wa Oboeteiru”

GRANRODEO jounetsu regular
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GRANRODEO finally managed to release the physical version of their single, Jonetsu wa Oboeteiru.

The single had a lukewarm reception, only managing to sell 3,134 copies in its first week of sales.

Jonetsu wa Oboeteiru sits at #16.


#30

NEW ENTRY: Anthos* LIHITO “Pain In My Heart”

Anthos LIHITO

The Hana-Doll* franchise kicked off its first solo series,  The Way I Am series.

Anthos*’s LIHITO (CV: Kento Ito) is the 1st entry with Pain In My Heart.

However, the single didn’t have the best reception, only managing to sell 1,657 copies in its first week, just enough to grab a spot at #30.


#40

cozmez and Akkan Yatsura “Paradox Live Stage Battle “FAMILY””

cozmez and Akkan Yatsura‘s FAMILY took a big fall this week.

The single, that was at #10 in its 1st week of sales, dropped to #40, after counting with only 1,047 copies sold.


#48

Minami Natsume “Wonderful Octave”

Minami Wonderful Octave

Also falling on the chart is Minami Natsume (CV: Koutaro Nishiyama)’s Wonderful Octave.

The single dropped from #11 to #48 after selling 791 copies last week.


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.


SOURCE: Oricon – Singles / Albums

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