Sir Paul McCartney is doing a contented dance after his new album topped the Billboard charts — and landed him his first No. 1 in his native Britain for the primary time in 31 years.
The Beatles legend posted a clip of him dancing, utilizing a filter that confirmed three of him, matching the title to his album, “McCartney III.”
“That feeling when your album goes to Quantity One on the US Billboard High Album Gross sales Chart!” the Beatles legend wrote with the clip.
Macca beat Taylor Swift’s “Evermore” to the highest spot in what Billboard mentioned was the most important gross sales week for a rock album by a solo artist since his personal “Egypt Station” two years in the past, Billboard said.
He had similar success in the UK, giving a “massive thanks to everybody” as he confirmed off his No. 1 trophy after topping the chart there — the primary time since 1989’s “Flowers In The Grime,” chart officials said.