Plus, Austria impacts the Global charts for the first time.
On the Billboard Global 200 dated July 31, Pop Smoke leads the haul of new arrivals, as 14 songs from his LP Faith debut, from "Tell the Vision," featuring Kanye West and Pusha T, at No. 33, to "Top Shotta," with The Neptunes and featuring Pusha T, Travi and Beam, at No. 180.
While five of those titles by the late Brooklyn-born rapper also hit the Billboard Global Excl. U.S. chart, the ranking reveals a wider swath of geographical diversity, with debuts from acts representing South America, Europe and Asia.
As the entire world locks its eyes on Tokyo during the Olympic Games, Japanese singer Belle sports two Global Excl. U.S. debuts, including the week's highest entry. Her collaboration with Millennium Parade (also from Japan), "U," enters at No. 34, while her solo track "Gales of Song" starts at No. 176, with both performed in Japanese.