Rapper Trippie Redd, for the first time on the Billboard 200


“A Love Letter To You 4” is the fourth material of the artist to reach the top 10 of the American album rankings, and all were released within a year; “!” (3rd place, August 2019), “A Love Letter to You 3” (3rd place, November 2018) and “Life’s a Trip” (4th place, August 2018).

The songs on “A Love Letter To You 4” have been accessed online 125.9 million times.

In the second position in the Billboard 200 was Jason Aldean, with “9”, which was sold in the first week after launching in 83,000 units. This is the eighth album of the country singer who reaches the top 10.

The soundtrack for the animated feature film “Frozen II”, a film released on November 21, was ranked third, rising 12 places, after the second week of the debut, when the album was sold in 79,000 units.

Post Malone and “Hollywood’s Bleeding” were down one in four, after selling the album in 73,000 units in the 12th week of release.

Singer Billie Eilish climbed four places to the top five, after her debut album, “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?”, Was sold in 52,000 units in its 35th-week appearance.

Taylor Swift and “Lover” dropped two places, up to six, with 51,000 album units sold in the 14th week.

Coldplay debuted with “Everyday Life” in seventh place. This is the seventh album of the British band to reach the top 10 of the Billboard 200. In the first week, it was sold in the United States in 48,000 units. The first presence of the group in the American top was recorded 19 years ago, with the debut album, “Parachutes”, which entered the 189th place. The disc then climbed to position 51, in March 2001. Since then, all albums Coldplay debuted among the top ten places, of which four, in the first place.

Billboard 200’s fourth Top 10 debut is by YNW rapper Melly with “Melly Vs. Melvin “. The album was ranked eighth, after being sold in 43,000 units. It is the first presence in the top 10 of the 20-year-old rapper currently in prison after being charged with first-degree murder earlier this year.

Country singer Luke Combs and “What You See Is What You Get” dropped four places, to nine, with 41,000 units sold in the third week of debut, and the tenth place was occupied by R&B singer Summer Walker with ” Over It ”, down three positions, after the album was sold in 39,000 units in the eighth week of release.

Billboard 200 ranks the most popular albums in the United States over the course of a week, based on multi-metric consumption, which includes the sale of physical copies of records, singles (10 songs mean an album) and online activity (1,500 hits are equal with an album).


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