Back with a new Oricon Weekly roundup.
This article covers the 2nd week of July – which includes singles and albums released between 12/07/2021 and 18/07/2021.
A note that, this week there were no Albums by male seiyuu or 2D music projects ranking within the top 50.
Let’s take a look at the data.
Oricon Weekly Singles Ranking
NEW ENTRY: Crazy:B “Ensemble Stars!! ES Idol Song season2 Crazy:B”
The popular Crazy:B was extremely well received by their fans.
Their single “Ensemble Stars!! ES Idol Song season2 Crazy:B” takes an impressive seat at #3, counting with 43,374 copies sold during its first week of sales.
NEW ENTRY: GYROAXIA “WITHOUT ME/BREAK IT DOWN”
GYROAXIA had a really strong first week of sales with “WITHOUT ME/BREAK IT DOWN”. The single sits at #9 after selling 8,143 copies.
NEW ENTRY: Argonavis “Kanosei/Stand by me!!”
Argonavis‘ 5th single “Kanosei/Stand by me!!” was also well received by their fans.
The single sold 5,868 copies, more than enough for a solid spot at #12.
NEW ENTRY: Fantôme Iris “Zakuro / Kyoki no Melody”
Fantôme Iris released another exquisite single with “Zakuro / Kyoki no Melody”.
It was well-received by their fans, selling 5,501 copies, enough to grab a spot at #13.
NEW ENTRY: TRIGGER “PLACES”
TRIGGER takes a seat at #14 with their new single “PLACES“.
The ending theme for IDOLiSH7 Third Beat sold 4,678 copies in its first week of sales.
NEW ENTRY: εpsilonΦ “Cynicaltic Fakestar/Sake it L⓪VE!”
Also extremely well received was εpsilonΦ‘s “Cynicaltic Fakestar/Sake it L⓪VE!“. The single sold 4,664 copies, grabbing a spot at #15.
NEW ENTRY: Shouta Aoi “give me ♡ me″
Shouta Aoi‘s newest single “give me ♡ me” had a solid reception by his fans. The single sold 4,295 copies, taking a seat at #16.
Ra*bits “Ensemble Stars!! ES Idol Song season2 Ra*bits”
Ra*bits slip on the chart with “Ensemble Stars!! ES Idol Song season2 Ra*bits”.
The single drops from #14 to #37 after selling 1,402 copies in the past week.
Mamoru Miyano “Dream on”
The biggest fall of the week belongs to Mamoru Miyano‘s “Dream On“.
In an inexplicable turn of events, the single sold 794 copies in its second week of sales, making it impossible to hold on to #12.
The single dropped to #48.
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.