Released on July 5, the 18-track album was sold in 115,000 units in the United States in the week ending July 11, according to Nielsen Music.
He follows the album “Revenge of the Dreamers II” (2015) and the “Revenge of the Dreamers” (2014) mixtape. The tracks were recorded in ten days since January when more than 100 artists and producers were invited to write and record for “Revenge III”.
Electro-pop singer Billie Eilish and “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?” Climbed a top spot, up to two, with 50,000 units sold in the 15th week of their debut.
Chris Brown’s “Indigo” ranked third, down two positions, after being sold in less than 50,000 units in the second week since launch, and Lil Nas X and “7” dropped two seats up to four, with 49,000 units sold in the third week of their debut.
American rapper Machine Gun Kelly has for the fourth time an album in the top 10. “Diablo Hotel” debuted in fifth place with 39,000 units sold.
Lizzo’s “Cuz I Love You” climbed up to six, after the 12th week of his debut album sold in 32,000 units.
Khalid’s “Free Spirit” album ranked seventh in a downward position after being sold in about 32,000 units in the 14th week since launch.
Beerbongs & Bentleys of rapper Post Malone returned to the top 10. After 63 weeks of the debut, the album climbed eight positions up to eight with 25,000 units sold. The rise of the album may be because, on July 5, the artist released, independently of the disc, the single “Goodbyes”, sung with Young Thug.
DJ Mustard and “Perfect Ten” went down to nine with just over 24,000 units sold in the second week, and the Jonas Brothers group maintained its tenth position after the album “Happiness Begins” sold in 24,000 units in the fifth week of its debut.
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).