Oricon Weekly | Utapri, Kashicomi and more top this week’s charts

oricon weekly 2nd week April 2020

We’re back with a new Oricon Weekly roundup.

This article covers the 2nd week of April – which includes singles and albums released between 13/04/2020 and 19/04/2020. 

Let’s take a look at the data. 

Oricon Weekly Album Ranking

#7

NEW ENTRY: Tetsuya Kakihara and Nobuhiko Okamoto “trust and play”

trust and play
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Kiramune’s newest collaboration release teamed up Tetsuya Kakihara and Nobuhiko Okamoto.

The duo released trust and play and claimed #7 on this week’s chart after selling 5,432 copies.

trust and play

#31

NEW ENTRY: Kashicomi “dusk”

Kashicomi Dusk
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Kashicomi‘s 2nd mini-album, Dusk, takes a seat at #31 after a quiet first week of sales with 1,119 copies sold.

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#43

Matenro “Matenro Before The 2nd D.R.B”

Matenro Hypnosis Mic -D.R.B-

Matenro stumble on the chart with Matenro Before The 2nd D.R.B. 727 copies sold were not enough to keep #20. The mini-album has fallen to #43. 

Matenro DRB oricon weekly

Oricon Weekly Single Ranking

#3

NEW ENTRY: WHITE GRAVITY and BLACK DEJAVU “Another World~WHITE&BLACK~Theme song CD”

The newest set of songs from the Utapri franchise is out. Teamed up in shuffle groups, STARISH and QUARTET NIGHT gave way to WHITE GRAVITY and BLACK DEJAVU.

The single, Another World~WHITE&BLACK~Theme song CD, sits comfortably at #3 after a stellar first week of sales with 18,388 copies sold.

WHITE GRAVITY - BLACK DEJAVU oricon weekly

#42

Bae & cozmez “Paradox Live Stage Battle “DESIRE””

Paradox Live Stage Battle “DESIRE“

PARADOX LIVE‘s STAGE BATTLE DESIRE continues to drop on the chart. DESIRE fell from #21 to #42 after a weak week of sales with 344 copies sold. 

STAGE BATTLE DESIRE oricon weekly

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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