The Rexhars were all over social media in the last few days to promote the first album from their queen, Warner Bros.’s Bebe Rexha. Expectations, which debuted on Friday, got as high as #6 on iTunes in the U.S., one of 55 countries where the set made the top ten. Recent sales hit “Meant To Be”, a duet with BMLG duo Florida Georgia Line, remains at #9 on the songs chart, thanks in part to deep discounting. However, album cut “Knees” is also sporting a good boost on the same survey, parking just below the top 40 (#43) earlier this week. At Apple Music, “Meant” (#70) remains a favorite on the major country and pop playlists, with a handful of other tracks from her album, including new single “I’m A Mess” and the Quavo-assisted “2 Souls On Fire”, appearing on additional playlists. Meanwhile, on Spotify, singles “Meant” (#47 U.S./#58 Global) and “Mess” (#94 Global/#116 U.S.) continue to gain well, with “Girls”, on which she appears with Atlantic’s Rita Ora, Cardi B and Charli XCX, gaining in the top 100 (currently at #75) globally. Rexha’s recently-certified Gold album just reached 490 million plays there, with “Meant” making up over 90% of that total. Expect the huge hits to go on! (Images courtesy of Warner Bros. Records)
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