Metro Boomin&#zero39;s &#zero39;Not All Heroes Wear Capes&#zero39; Debuts at No. 1 on Streets Talkin 200 Albums Chart

Metro Boomin&#zero39;s &#zero39;Not All Heroes Wear Capes&#zero39; Debuts at No. 1 on Streets Talkin 200 Albums Chart

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Plus: Takeoff debuts within the prime 10; Queen surges with Bohemian Rhapsody & Greatest Hits I II & III.

Metro Boomin lands his first No. 1 album on the Streets Talkin 200 chart because the producer’s new guest-laden album, Not All Heroes Wear Capes, debuts within the prime slot. The shock set, which was introduced Oct. 31 and launched Nov. 2 Boominati/Republic Records, earned 99,000 equal album items within the week ending Nov. Eight, in keeping with Nielsen Music. Of that sum, 5,000 had been in album gross sales, because the album was largely pushed by streaming exercise.

The Streets Talkin 200 chart ranks the preferred albums of the week within the U.S. based mostly on multi-metric consumption as measured in equal album items. Units are comprised of conventional album gross sales, monitor equal albums (TEA) and streaming equal albums (SEA). The new Nov. 17-dated chart (the place Heroes begins at No. 1) will probably be posted in full on Streets Talkin&#zero39;s web sites on Tuesday, Nov. 13.

The 25-year-old Metro Boomin (born Leland Wayne) has produced hits reminiscent of Migos’ “Bad and Boujee,” that includes Lil Uzi Vert (No. 1 for 3 weeks on the Streets Talkin Hot 100 chart), Future’s “Mask Off” (No. 5), Kodak Black’s “Tunnel Vision” (No. 6) and Post Malone’s “Congratulations,” that includes Quavo (No. Eight).

On Heroes, Metro is joined by an array of visitor artists, together with Travis Scott, Young Thug, 21 Savage and J Balvin, amongst many others.

Streams energy the majority of Heroes’ beginning sum of 99,000 items. Of that sum, it earns 92,000 SEA items, which interprets to 125.Three million on-demand audio streams for the set’s tracks in its first week (making it probably the most streamed album of the week, too). The remaining 7,000 items in Heroes’ beginning determine are comprised of album gross sales (5,000) and TEA items (2,000).

Metro Boomin beforehand visited the highest 10 twice, with Double or Nothing, with Big Sean (No. 6; Dec. 20, 2017), and Without Warning, with 21 Savage and Offset (No. four; Nov. 18, 2017).

Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s A Star Is Born soundtrack holds at No. 2 on the brand new Streets Talkin 200 for a second week, incomes 79,000 items (down 15 p.c); it spent its first three weeks at No. 1.

Queen earns its highest-charting album in 38 years, because the Bohemian Rhapsody movie soundtrack surges 25-Three with 59,000 items (up 187 p.c) after the movie’s opening in U.S. theaters on Nov. 2. Of its unit haul, album gross sales comprised 24,000 — up 182 p.c).

The companion album to the hit biopic of the identical identify collects highlights from Queen’s profession, together with the title tune, “Under Pressure” with David Bowie, a brand new remix of “We Will Rock You,” and a handful of tracks from the band’s efficiency at Live Aid in 1985 — the primary time the recordings have been launched in audio type.  

Bohemian Rhapsody is Queen’s highest-reaching album since 1980, when The Game spent 5 weeks at No. 1. (The Game consists of Queen’s two Hot 100 No. 1 singles: “Another One Bites the Dust” and “Crazy Little Thing Called Love.”)

The Queen pleasure doesn’t cease with Bohemian Rhapsody, because the 51-track Greatest Hits I II & III: The Platinum Collection vaults 194-9 with 39,000 items (up 662 p.c), with 18,000 of that sum in album gross sales (up 380 p.c). The album beforehand topped out at No. 48 in 2002.

With each Bohemian Rhapsody and Greatest Hits I II & III within the prime 10, Queen has a pair of albums within the prime 10 concurrently for the primary time. They additionally characterize the group’s seventh and eighth prime 10 albums, general. Queen was final within the prime 10 within the spring of 1992, when the hits set Classic Queen spent six weeks within the prime 10 (May 16-June 13), peaking at No. four. At the time, the album was basking within the glow of the success of the film Wayne’s World, which featured a head-banging sequence set to “Bohemian Rhapsody.” The music peaked at No. 2 on the Hot 100 dated May 9, 1992.

At No. four on the Streets Talkin 200, Takeoff’s first solo album, The Last Rocket, enters with 49,000 items (5,000 in album gross sales). Takeoff is the third member of the Migos trio to chart on the Streets Talkin 200 other than the group, following Quavo (along with his solo set Quavo Huncho, which peaked at No. 2; Oct. 27, 2018) and Offset ( his collaborative album Without Warning, with Metro Boomin and 21 Savage; peaking at No. four, on Nov. 18, 2017).

Drake’s former No. 1 Scorpion climbs 7-5 on the brand new Streets Talkin 200 with 45,000 items (down Eight p.c), Lil Wayne’s fellow former chart-topper Tha Carter V dips 5-6 with 43,000 items (down 17 p.c) and Lil Baby and Gunna’s Drip Harder slips 6-7 with 42,000 items (down 16 p.c).

Closing out the highest 10 are two extra former No. 1s: Travis Scott’s Astroworld climbs 9-Eight with 40,000 items (down 11 p.c) and Post Malone’s beerbongs & bentleys is regular at No. 10 with 39,000 items (down 6 p.c).