With tunes like “Chances” and “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart” on the radio and the charts, RCA’s Backstreet Boys are continuing their DNA era with another well-received cut off their forthcoming album. “No Place”, which debuted last Friday, has placed itself in the top ten in several countries on iTunes, including its #6 peak on the main U.S. survey. Overall, “No” ranked on the all-genre list in roughly 50 countries at its peak, a drop from the 80 and 92 that “Chances” and “Don’t” charted in at the platform, respectively. Still, it’s a solid showing, considering that the track isn’t their current radio single and remains an instant grat when preordering the group’s set (at least for the time being.) “No” is at more than 1.7 million streams on Spotify, assisted by New Music Friday and pop playlisting in both the U.S. and abroad. The music video for the new cut is also performing well on YouTube, with over 3.8 million views since it debuted last week, while at Shazam, “No” is nearing 6,000 tags worldwide. Adding the numbers together, the three releases from the set so far have more than 36 million streams on Spotify, 58.5 million views on YouTube and 1.06 million tags on Shazam. Will the album place at #1 on the Billboard 200 list? We’ll see!
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