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Top Gun: Maverick” soundtrack tops the Billboard 200 chart

The soundtrack to the film “Top Gun: Maverick” topped the Billboard 200 chart, making it the first soundtrack to reach number one in over two years. The soundtrack features songs from Lady Gaga, OneRepublic, and Hans Zimmer.

The soundtrack debuted at number one with 115,000 equivalent album units, according to Luminate. Of that sum, 105,000 were in traditional album sales. The soundtrack also set a record for the biggest opening week for a soundtrack since 2019, when the “Frozen II” soundtrack debuted with 337,000 units.

The soundtrack’s success is a testament to the popularity of the film “Top Gun: Maverick.” The film has grossed over $800 million worldwide, making it the highest-grossing film of Tom Cruise’s career.

The soundtrack features several songs that have been praised by critics and fans alike. Lady Gaga’s song “Hold My Hand” has been a particular hit, and it has been certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).

The soundtrack’s success is also a sign of the continued popularity of film soundtracks. In recent years, film soundtracks have become increasingly popular, and they have often topped the charts. This is due in part to the rise of streaming services, which have made it easier for people to listen to soundtracks.

The success of “Top Gun: Maverick” soundtrack is a win for all involved. The film’s studio, Paramount Pictures, has seen its profits soar, and the soundtrack’s artists have seen their profiles rise. The soundtrack is also a win for fans, who have been treated to a collection of great songs that perfectly capture the spirit of the film.

The songs on the soundtrack

The soundtrack to “Top Gun: Maverick” features 13 songs, including:

  • “Hold My Hand” by Lady Gaga
  • “I Ain’t Worried” by OneRepublic
  • “Top Gun Anthem” by Harold Faltermeyer and Steve Stevens
  • “Compass” by Lady Gaga
  • “You’re Where You Belong” by Miles Teller
  • “Danger Zone” by Kenny Loggins
  • “Feel the Need” by Harold Faltermeyer
  • “Reprise” by Lady Gaga

The soundtrack is available to purchase on all major streaming platforms.

The future of film soundtracks

The success of “Top Gun: Maverick” soundtrack suggests that film soundtracks will continue to be popular in the years to come. As streaming services become more popular, it will become easier for people to listen to soundtracks, which will likely lead to even more success for film soundtracks in the future.