Jack Black’s ‘Peaches’ Boosts ‘Super Mario Bros. Movie’ From Box Office to Billboard Charts

Among the most unlikely global hitmakers of 2023, Jack Black marks his first entry on the April 29 Billboard Global Excl. US chart, a week after its debut on the Billboard Global 200. “Peaches”, Black’s contribution to The movie Super Mario Bros.arrives at #91 on the first graph and zooms in from #106 to #48 on the second.

In the week ending April 20, “Peaches” generated 18.6 million streams and sold 8,000 downloads worldwide, according to Luminate. These figures represent a 58% increase in streaming and a 10% drop in sales compared to the previous week.

At the same time, the soundtrack of the film for The movie Super Mario Bros.which includes “Peaches,” soared to No. 1 on the US Soundtrack Chart (9,000 equivalent album units).

“Peaches” was released on April 7, after Mario’s Premiere on April 5. In its first week, the song achieved 70% of its sales and 49% of its streams in the United States. In its second week, those percentages dropped to 68% and 43%, respectively, with the song increasing its international reach as the film continued atop the global box office.

mario grossed a historic $376 million when it opened, split 54% domestic and 46% international. Its second weekend added $194.9 million to its total, and the weekend of April 21-23 added another $132 million. From picture to picture, his international earnings jumped from 46% to 52% to 55%, as the streams of his most notable songs jumped from 51% to 57%.

On the global charts dated May 6 next week, based on the April 21-27 tracking week, international streams for “Peaches” are still expected to surpass its domestic clicks as marioThe box office followed the same path in its third weekend. The film’s strongest non-US markets are Mexico ($66.2 million through April 24, according to Box Office Mojo), the UK ($51.7 million) and Germany ($38 million). of dollars).

The songs on the soundtrack have a long history on the Billboard graphics. Even in the still brief more than two-year history of the Global 200 and Global Excl. In the United States, Oscar-winning songs by Billie Eilish, Eminem and a Lady Gaga-Bradley Cooper collaboration have made their mark. Meanwhile, Black’s global triumph combines blockbuster pairings with the comedy-tinged hits of Bo Burnham’s “All Eyes on Me” and “Bezos I,” both of which hit the Global 200 in 2021 thanks to his Netflix special. . Inside. Black has his own story about Billboardas a member of Tenacious D, although “Peaches” marks his first solo hit.

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