A Boogie Wit da Hoodie’s Hoodie SZN spends a second week main the Billboard 200 albums chart, because the set earned 56,000 equal album models within the U.S. within the week ending Jan. 17, in accordance with Nielsen Music (down Four p.c).
Hoodie SZN’s second stanza atop the listing can also be the eighth straight week a rap album has been No. 1 on the tally – the longest streak for any style since Drake’s Views spent its first eight weeks at No. 1 (May 28-July 16, 2016-dated charts).
The Billboard 200 chart ranks the most well-liked albums of the week within the U.S. primarily based on multi-metric consumption as measured in equal album models. Units are comprised of conventional album gross sales, monitor equal albums (TEA) and streaming equal albums (SEA). The new Jan. 26-dated chart (the place Hoodie holds at No. 1) will probably be posted in full on Billboard's web sites on Wednesday, Jan. 23 (in the future later than common, due to the Martin Luther King Jr. Day vacation on Jan. 21 within the U.S.).
Hoodie SZN continues to be overwhelmingly pushed by streaming exercise on the chart, as nearly 55,000 of its whole models come from SEA models, whereas TEA models equal 1,000, and album gross sales quantity just a little underneath 1,000. The set’s album gross sales truly dip a bit from what they had been every week in the past. (Billboard rounds all Nielsen Music models and gross sales to the closest thousand.) Thus, with Hoodie SZN’s gross sales slipping additional, it beats its personal document for the smallest weekly album gross sales whole for a No. 1 on the Billboard 200 for the reason that tally transitioned from an album sales-only listing to a multi-metric-consumption rating in December of 2014.
At No. 2 on the brand new Billboard 200, the Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse soundtrack hits a brand new excessive, rising Three-2 with 52,000 models (up 6 p.c). The album is basking within the glow of its No. 1 Billboard Hot 100 hit, “Sunflower,” by Post Malone and Swae Lee. The monitor climbing to No. 1 on essentially the most not too long ago printed listing, dated Jan. 19.
The remainder of the Billboard 200’s new prime 10 is stuffed with former No. 1s.
Rounding out the Billboard 200’s prime 5: 21 Savage’s I Am > I Was falls 2-Three (46,000 models; down 17 p.c), Post Malone’s beerbongs & bentleys steps 5-Four (43,000 models; down 1 p.c) and Meek Mill’s Championships slips Four-5 (42,000 models; down 9 p.c).
Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s A Star Is Born soundtrack ascends 7-6 (40,000 models; down 1 p.c) whereas remaining the top-selling album of the week, with 22,000 copies bought (up 6 p.c). Travis Scott’s Astroworld strikes 6-7 (practically 40,000 models; down Three p.c), Drake’s Scorpion is a non-mover at No. eight (39,000 models; down Four p.c) and the soundtrack to The Greatest Showman, which rises 11-9 (36,000 models; up Four p.c). Closing out the highest 10 is Kodak Black’s Dying to Live, falling 9-10 (35,000 models; down 10 p.c).
Notably, for the third week in a row, there isn’t a single debut inside the prime 40 of the Billboard 200 chart. The final time the area housed any bows was on the Jan. 5-dated listing, when 4 new arrivals populated the highest 40 (together with I Am > I Was and Hoodie SZN at Nos. 1 and a couple of).
The dearth of debuts, owed to the standard post-holiday season lull for brand new releases, ought to halt on the Feb. 2-dated listing, as business forecasters counsel that Future’s new Future HNDRXX Presents: The WIZRD may open atop the tally. Other seemingly prime 40 bows might come from Maggie Rogers’ Heard It In a Past Life and Cody Johnson’s Ain’t Nothin’ to It.