Chris Brown’s ’11:11′ Debuts at No. 1 on Billboard’s R&B Albums Chart

Chris Brown’s 11th album, 11:11, opens at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top R&B Albums chart dated for Nov. 25. 

According to HitsDailyDouble, 11:11 sold 44,308 equivalent copies in its first week.

It’s Brown’s fifth album to reach the top of this chart. His previous No. 1s include Indigo (2019), Heartbreak on a Full Moon (2017), Royalty (2016) and X (2014).

11:11 also lands at No. 9 on the Billboard 200, continuing Brown’s streak of having all his solo albums debut in the top 10 of this chart.

Here’s a look at Brown’s past debuts on the Billboard 200 chart:

  • F.A.M.E. (2011), No.1
  • Fortune (2012), No. 1
  • Indigo (2019), No.1
  • Chris Brown (2005), No. 2
  • X (2014), No. 2
  • Royalty (2016), No. 3
  • Heartbreak on a Full Moon (2017), No. 3
  • Exclusive (2007), No. 4
  • Breezy (2022), No. 4
  • Graffiti (2009), No. 7
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Chris Brown. (Photo Credit: Mastermind/RCA Records)

Elsewhere on Billboard, 11:11 has opened at No. 2 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and No. 31 on the Top Album Sales chart. It’s also No. 10 on the Top Streaming Albums chart. 

Several songs from 11:11 have also landed on the Hot R&B Songs chart, including:

  • “Angel Numbers / Ten Toes,” No. 8
  • “That’s On You” feat. Future, No. 9
  • “No One Else” feat. Fridayy, No. 11
  • “Press Me,” No. 12
  • “Feel Something,” No. 17
  • “Nightmares” feat. Byron Messia, No. 22

The album’s second single, “Sensational,” featuring Davido and Lojay, moves to No. 7 this week, currently its peak position on the Hot R&B Songs chart.

“Sensational” is close to reaching the Hot 100, as indicated by its No. 1 position on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 chart. 

It’s worth noting no songs from the 11:11 have debuted on the Hot 100 this week, unlike Brown’s previous album, Breezy, which had several songs appear on the chart.

The Grammy-nominated lead single, “Summer Too Hot,” debuted at No. 93 on the Hot 100 chart dated Sept. 2. 

On the R&B Digital Song Sales chart, “Nightmares” opens at No. 6 this week and “Angel Numbers / Ten Toes” at No. 10. “Sensational,” released Oct. 20, rises to No. 3.

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Chris Brown. (Photo Credit: Mastermind/RCA Records)

Circling back to “Sensational,” the song is nominated for Best R&B Performance at the 66th Grammy Awards.

The song is up against Robert Glasper’s “Back To Love” featuring SiR and Alex Isley, Coco Jones’ “ICU,” Victoria Monét’s “How Does It Make You Feel” and SZA’s “Kill Bill.”

The 66th Grammy Awards airs on CBS on Sunday, Feb. 4, 2024, at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT. The ceremony also can be streamed live or on-demand on Paramount+.

Stream Chris Brown’s album 11:11 below.

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