The Chainsmokers & ROZES’ “Roses” Crosses the 500K US Sales Mark

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“Roses (featuring ROZES),” which this week became The Chainsmokers’ highest-charting Hot 100 hit (#13 peak), recently achieved another impressive feat.

It crossed the 500,000 US sales mark.

According to Nielsen Music, the main version of “Roses” sold 71,517 US copies during the January 1-7 tracking week (alternative versions, which sold a nominal amount of tracking week copies, are not included in that total). While down 21% from the previous, iTunes gift card-boosted tracking week, the tally still thrust “Roses” comfortably past 500,000 sales.

As of January 7, the core version of “Roses” had sold 543,479 copies in the United States (again, with alternative versions excluded).

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