Niall Horan grew to become the third member of One Route to attain a Quantity One album in America because the singer’s solo debut Flicker debuted atop the Billboard 200.
Flicker offered 152,000 complete copies in its first week of launch – a quantity badisted partly by a deal that coupled bodily albums with live performance ticket purchases – to permit Horan to hitch Harry Kinds and ex-band mate Zayn Malik as One Route singers with solo Quantity Ones.
One Route match solely the Beatles as non-supergroup bands which have produced three chart-topping solo members, because the Fab 4’s John Lennon, George Harrison and Paul McCartney all landed at Quantity One with solo LPs, Billboard stories. Ringo Starr peaked at Quantity Two with Ringo in 1973, whereas One Route’s Liam Payne and Louis Tomlinson have but to launch solo albums.
“My thoughts is totally blown. An album that I wrote has gone to #1 in the USA and I can’t thanks guys sufficient for supporting it,” Horan wrote in a press release after Flicker‘s large week.
“It has been a loopy couple of years for me between writing, recording and selling this file. Immediately it actually appears like all of the laborious work has paid off.”