Rapper Chris Brown for the third time in the Billboard 200


The 32 tracks recorded 97.95 million hits on streaming platforms, so 76,000 units came from online. “Indigo” is Brown’s tenth consecutive album that reaches the top 10 of the Billboard 200.

The second place was occupied by Lil Nas X’s “7” stationary. The debut album of the rapper was sold in the second week since launch in 62,000 units.

Electro-pop singer Billie Eilish and “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?” Kept third in the top after the album was sold in 52,000 units.

The “Black Keys” duo went on for the fourth time in the top 10. The album “Let’s Rock” debuted in fourth place with 52,000 units sold. The Black Keys was also the top with “Turn Blue” (1st place in 2014), “El Camino” (2nd place in 2011) and “Brothers” (3rd place in 2010).

Fifth-ranked Chance the Rapper, with the mix of “Acid Rap”, released for free in 2013. Now the material debuted with 40,000 units sold.

Khalid’s “Free Spirit” went down to six, with 38,000 units sold in the 13th week of his debut, and Lizzo’s “Cuz I Love You” lost one seat, on the eighth after the 11th top week, when it was sold in 36,000 units.

DJ Mustard first got to the top 10 of the Billboard 200. “Perfect Ten” debuted in the eighth place with about 36,000 sold.

J Balvin and Bad Bunny launched “Oasis”. The collaboration of the two entered the rankings in ninth place, after being sold in just over 35,000 units.

In the tenth place, in six descent, Jonas Brothers’ “Happiness Begins” was ranked. In the fourth week since debut, the album was sold in 29,000 units.

The Billboard 200 classifies the most popular albums in the United States over a week, based on multi-metric consumption, including the sale of physical copies of discs, singles (10 songs means an album) and online activity (1,500 hits are equal with an album).


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