Back with a new Oricon Weekly roundup.
This article covers the 4th week of March – which includes singles and albums released between 22/03/2021 and 28/03/2021.
Let’s take a look at the data.
Oricon Weekly Album Ranking
NEW ENTRY: “Fling Posse VS MAD TRIGGER CREW”
The most unpredictable battle in the ongoing 2nd Division Rap Battle series in the Hypnosis Mic franchise hit stores last week, almost getting a Gold record certification upon release.
“Fling Posse VS MAD TRIGGER CREW” counts with 98,997 copies sold, just under 2000 for a Gold Certification by RIAJ, and proud owners of the #1 on this week’s chart.
Congratulations are in order!
“Bad Ass Temple VS Matenro”
Closely behind is “Bad Ass Temple VS Matenro“. The album slips from #6 to #9, counting with 8,521 copies sold.
At the moment, “Bad Ass Temple VS Matenro” counts with over 110,000 copies sold.
“Dotsuitare Hompo vs Buster Bros!!!”
Rising on the charts is Dotsuitare Hompo VS Buster Bros!!!. The album jumps from #41 to #25, counting with 4,481 copies sold.
In 5 weeks, this CD counts with over 96,000 copies sold.
NEW ENTRY: KAGARIBI “Display”
Dear Vocalist strikes again, this time around with KAGARIBI‘s first band album “Display” ranking within Oricon Weekly’s top 50.
KAGARIBI, band fronted by Judah (CV: Soma Saito) take “Display” to #34, counting with 2,726 copies sold.
NEW ENTRY: OLDCODEX “Full Colors”
OLDCODEX’s 1st remixes album “Full Colors” presents their fans with a selection of popular and hit songs carefully remixed by some of the most exciting DJs in Japan.
The album takes a seat at #36, counting with 2,424 copies sold.
Oricon Weekly Single Ranking
NEW ENTRY: Camus “Uta no Prince Sama Idol Song Camus”
Camus (CV: Tomoaki Maeno) wraps up QUARTET NIGHT’s entry in the Idol Song CD series.
“Uta no Prince Sama Idol Song Camus” was extremely received by his fans, counting with 19,132 copies sold, taking the album to a well deserved #3.
NEW ENTRY: Akatsuki “Ensemble Stars!! ES Idol Song season1 Akatsuki”
Akatsuki make their big entry in the ongoing ES Idol Song series for the Ensemble Stars!! franchise.
“Ensemble Stars!! ES Idol Song season1 Akatsuki” sits at #5, counting with 7,454 copies sold.
NEW ENTRY: Hiroshi Kamiya “BRAND NEW WAY”
Hiroshi Kamiya continues his successful streak of CD releases ranked within Oricon Weekly’s top 10.
“BRAND NEW WAY” counts with 6,465 copies sold, grabbing a seat at #6.
NEW ENTRY: Dai & Shu “Neo X Lied Vol.4”
Dai (CV: Yuichiro Umehara) and Shu (CV: Shunsuke Takeuchi)’s jaw droppingly intense entry in the Neo X Lied series in the TSUKIPRO franchise rises on the charts.
“Neo X Lied Vol.4” sits at #8 – the highest a Neo X Lied series entry has ranked so far -, counting with 3,816 copies sold.
NEW ENTRY: Kai Fuduki “Yume okuri bito”
Kai Fuduki (CV: Wataru Hatano) continues Procellarum’s participation in the ongoing 4th season of solo CDs.
“Yume okuri bito“ got a warm response by the fans, sitting at #18 with 2,578 copies sold.
Ai Mikaze “Uta no Prince Sama Idol Song Ai Mikaze”
QUARTET NIGHT’s Ai Mikaze (CV: Shouta Aoi) drops a couple of places on the chart with “Uta no Prince Sama Idol Song Ai Mikaze“.
The single moves from #18 to #20, counting with 2,115 copies sold.
In 3 weeks, the single counts with over 22,00 copies sold.
RE-ENTRY: Ranmaru Kurosaki “Uta no Prince Sama Idol Song Ranmaru Kurosaki”
Ranmaru Kurosaki (CV: Tatsuhisa Suzuki)’s “Uta no Prince Sama Idol Song Ranmaru Kurosaki“ had a massive recovery in the past week.
The single re-enters the chart at #25, counting with 1,536 copies sold.
RE-ENTRY: Reiji Kotobuki “Uta no Prince Sama Idol Song Reiji Kotobuki”
Reiji Kotobuki (CV: Showtaro Morikubo)’s “Uta no Prince Sama Idol Song Reiji Kotobuki” also re-enters the chart, achieving the rare feat of having all the solo entries, in the Idol Series for QUARTET NIGHT, ranked within Oricon’s top 50.
“Uta no Prince Sama Idol Song Reiji Kotobuki” sits at #29, counting with 1,280 copies sold.
NEW ENTRY: Sho Onoda “diamond×hematite”
ROCK DOWN’s leader, Sho Onoda (CV: Yukitoshi Kikuchi) kicked off the 3rd season of the bi-color series for the VAZZROCK franchise.
“diamond×hematite” grabs a seat at #50, counting with 756 copies sold.
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.