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Troye Sivan’s ‘Something To Give Each Other’ Debuts at No. 1 on Top Dance/Electronic Albums Chart

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Troye Sivan is red-hot on Billboard’s various dance/electronic charts upon the arrival of his third studio LP, Something To Give Each Other. The set debuts at No. 1 on Top Dance/Electronic Albums (dated Oct. 28) amid a flurry of activity for its individual songs.

Something To Give Each Other enters with 31,000 equivalent album units earned in the U.S. Oct. 13-19, according to Luminate. Of that total, 16,000 are from album sales, with 15,000 from streaming-equivalent album units, equating to 20.3 million official U.S. streams for its songs in the tracking week. It lands as his fifth top 20 album, at No. 20, on the all-genre Billboard 200.

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Something To Give Each Other marks Sivan’s first chart-topper on Top Dance/Electronic Albums. He previously hit No. 8 in 2016 with Blue Neighborhood: The Remixes. It’s Sivan’s first time reigning over Top Dance/Electronic Albums, while Bloom led Top Internet Albums for a week in 2018.

On Hot Dance/Electronic Songs, Sivan spreads the wealth among recent singles. “Rush” is the chart’s top Sales Gainer, with its 178% surge in weekly sales powering a 6-4 bump. Meanwhile, “Got Me Started” is the top Streaming Gainer, up 58% as it bounds 13-5. He follows David Guetta, Elton John and Rihanna to become the fourth artist to double up in the top five this year.

Elsewhere, Sivan scores three debuts, as “What’s the Time Where You Are?,” “Silly” and “Honey” bow at Nos. 18, 28 and 29, respectively.

Something To Give Each Other achieves international success, as the album’s “One of Your Girls” debuts on the Billboard Global 200 and Billboard Global Excl. U.S. tallies, at Nos. 60 and 64, respectively. Having entered in July, “Rush” surges on both lists, notably flying 193-126 on Global Excl. U.S. Plus, the former track is a new entry on Norway Songs at No. 15 and Ireland Songs at No. 23.

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