Harry Styles has reached Olympus with his third album: “Harry’s House”, released on May 20, stormed the top of the charts in numerous countries on several continents. Besides, he does good.

The long break has paid off: Harry Styles took three years to come up with a follow-up to his album “Fine Line”, with which he climbed to the top of the charts in the USA, but not in his British homeland. In Germany he only managed to finish 14th.

It’s different with “Harry’s House”. The record, released on May 20, made it to number 1 in Great Britain, the USA and countless other countries. The 28-year-old artist also celebrated his first number 1 in Germany. He even beat the top dog Rammstein (“Zeit”) from the top spot push away.

In detail, Harry Styles has set a number of impressive records along the way. With more than 521,500 copies sold, the Brit had the most successful sales week of the current year. It was also the most successful week of sales by a British solo artist since Nielsen Music introduced electronic data collection in 1991. Styles also achieved his third number 1 in the US with his third album.

Harry Styles conquers his homeland

Things are going similarly well for the musician and actor in other countries: “Harry’s House” climbed to number 1 in the hit parades in a total of 18 countries, including Canada, France, Australia, the Netherlands, Italy, Ireland, Sweden, New Zealand, Austria and Switzerland , Belgium, Norway, Finland, Spain and Denmark. In its native Great Britain it is the “biggest selling album of the year”.

Styles even celebrates double number 1 positions in numerous countries: In addition to the album, the single “As It Was” also hit the charts there – for example in the USA, Great Britain, Canada, Australia, the Netherlands, Italy, Ireland, New Zealand, Switzerland, Belgium and also Germany.

It looks as if Harry Styles took the throne at the third attempt and became a world star. In view of the successes, it is almost forgotten that the Briton also shows social commitment. The school shooting in the Texas city of Uvalde prompted him to donate proceeds from his US tour. It is expected to raise more than a million dollars.

To think of others in the hour of your triumph – that is what makes a great artist.