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A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie staked his first Number One album as the New York rapper’s Hoodie SZN sold 58,000 total copies… but only 823 traditional copies. Hoodie SZN accumulated 83 million streams over the past week, which when converted into streaming equivalent albums (SEAs) allowed a Boogie Wit Da Hoodie to ascend to Number […]

21 Savage began 2019 the same way he ended 2018: Atop the Billboard 200. Facing no new competition for the top spot, the Atlanta rapper’s I Am > I Was spent a second consecutive week at Number One. The all-star I Am > I Was sold 65,000 total copies in its second week of release […]

In 2018, Best Buy decided to stop selling CDs, with the change partly brought on by record labels’ increasing reluctance to even issue them. Both choices are symptoms as well as causes of a seemingly inevitable trend: Buying music is now going out of style nearly as fast as streaming music is rising. In 2018, album sales […]

21 Savage’s I Am > I Was debuted at Number One in a charts week where the yuletide Top 10 witnessed an influx of decades-old Christmas albums. The all-star, controversial I Am > I Was sold 131,000 total copies – but only 18,000 traditional copies, with the rest coming from streaming equivalent albums (SEAs) – to […]

Kodak Black captured his first Number One on the Billboard 200 as the Florida rapper’s second LP Dying to Live opened atop the album chart. Dying to Live only sold 5,000 traditional copies in its first week of release, but streaming equivalent albums (SEAs) help boost that number up to 89,000 total copies. That was […]

XXXTentacion‘s first posthumous release Skins debuted atop the Billboard 200, giving the late rapper the second Number One album of his brief career. The rapper born Janseh Onfroy was shot and killed at the age of 20 outside a south Florida motorcycle dealership in June 2018. Skins sold 132,000 total copies in its first week […]

Meek Mill‘s Championships lived up to its title as the rapper’s first post-prison album debuted at Number One the Billboard 200. Championships sold 229,000 total copies, including 42,000 traditional album sales, in its first week of release to easily capture the top spot and give the Philadelphia rapper his second Number One LP; 2015’s Dreams […]

Mumford & Sons claimed their third consecutive Number One album as the British band’s latest LP Delta debuted atop the Billboard 200. The experimental Delta, dubbed an “epic bummer” by Rolling Stone, sold 230,000 copies in its first week of release to join 2012’s Babel and 2015’s Wilder Mind as Number One albums, Billboard reports. […]

Kane Brown, who Rolling Stone dubbed “country music’s new outcast king,” captured his first Number One as the country singer’s second album Experiment opened atop the Billboard 200. Experiment is only the third country music release to earn the top spot in 2018, following Carrie Underwood’s Cry Pretty and Jason Aldean’s Rearview Town. Experiment sold […]

Metro Boomin‘s surprise, guest-filled Not All Heroes Wear Capes debuted atop the Billboard 200 to give the hit-making Atlanta-based producer his first Number One album. Not All Heroes Wear Capes moved 99,000 total copies in its debut week, the bulk of which came from streaming equivalent albums (SEAs); of the album’s opening week total, only […]


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