This week, Logic will sit at the top of the Billboard 200 albums chart, earning his third career No. 1 project with Confessions of a Dangerous Mind. The project debuts with 80,000 equivalent album units with 24,000 of those accounting for pure album sales while the remaining units are collected streaming numbers. In total, Logic earned 73.93 on-demand audio streams in his first week.
Previously, Logic led the chart with his Bobby Tarantino II album of last year and his Everybody outing in 2017. The first time he ever graced the chart was in 2014 when Under Pressure peaked at No.4 becoming the first of six total albums that he has logged in the top 10.
Following behind is Billie Eilish’s When We Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? at No. 2 with 68,000 units while Khalid holds steady at No. 3 with Free Spirit earning 46,000 units.
The next debut of the week belongs to Sammy Hagar & The Circle with Space Between opening up with 40,000 for a slot at No. 4. Ariana Grande closes in at no. 5 with 36,000 units for Thank U, Next while Queen’s Greatest Hits I, II, & III: The Platinum Collection zooms up from No. 29 to No. 6 with 32,000 earned units. The jump is attributed to a sale price of $6.99 in the last week.
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Luke Combs’ This One’s For You inches back into the top 10 with 28,000 units largely attributed to the country singer’s newest “Beer Never Broke My Heart” single, a track that Combs also performed on Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show.
Another interesting top 10 debut arrives DaBaby whose Baby On Baby album reaches a new peak, sliding up from No. 14 to No. 8 with 28,000 equivalent album units this week. The project previously debuted at No. 25 back in March and has since occupied the top 40. It’s actually increased its pull and ranking as intrigue and streaming activity for the Charlotte rapper positively increase, especially as project select “Suge” makes an embedded mark.
At No. 9, you’ll still find Post Malone still living in the top 10 with beerbongs & bentleys holding on at No.9 with 27,000 units. Closing things out is Mac DeMarco who earns his first top 10 with Here Comes The Cowboy at 27,000 units.