With one of the only notable sets to be released directly after Thanksgiving, Phoenix from Warner Bros.’s Rita Ora had a nice opening worldwide, led by the continued success of single “Let You Love Me” and reactive cut “Only Want You”. A deluxe version of the album could be found on the all-genre chart in 66 countries on iTunes at its peak, reaching #6 on the U.S. list on Friday. While “Let” peaked at #30 here upon release back in September, it appears in the top 100 overall, as “Only”, which ended up one notch higher, holds in the top 50. However, the latter title ranked in a mere 39 countries at its highest point, compared to the larger 98 for “Let”. “Only” is also doing well on Spotify, with pop playlisting aiding its current total of 4.411 million plays. It’s now at #156 on the Global chart, with a peak at #101, as “Let” (over 106 million plays) continues in the top 30 at #29. With past songs like “Anywhere” and “Your Song” on the album, the 16 cuts have a combined total of more than 1.5 billion plays there and almost 15 million tags on Shazam so far. We only want Ora to succeed with her new music, and it seems to be doing well thus far. (Images courtesy of Warner Bros. Records)
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