Black Panther OST Remains No. 1 On Billboard 200, Tory Lanez Debuts At No. 3


For a third consecutive week, Black Panther: The Album has topped the Billboard 200. The Kendrick Lamar and Anthony "Top Dawg" Tiffith-curated project has earned the top spot once again with 76,000 equivalent album units, 15,000 which in traditional sales. This is the first time a soundtrack has logged at least three weeks at No. 1 since the Frozen topped the charts for 13 nonconsecutive weeks in 2014. The Black Panther film has also enjoyed continued success over the last 3 weeks. It topped $1 billion worldwide as Saturday.

Meanwhile, Tory Lanez' sophomore album Memories Don't Die comes in at No. 3 with 54,000 equivalent album units, 15,000 the figure coming through in pure sales. This is Tory's highest sales week yet, surpassing his debut I Told You, which launched at No. 4 with 52,000 equivalent album units.

Migos' Culture II, released in January, fell to No. 4 this week with 52,000 equivalent album units moved. Post Malone's 2015 album STONEY is up one notch to No. 6 with 35,000 units.

HNHH recently spoke to Tory Lanez about his new project, including breakdowns some the lyrics where he addressed circumstances with other artists like Travis Scott and Nicki Minaj. View it below.

Last week, Tory shared the video for "Real Thing," the Future-assisted single from Memories Don't Die. Read our feature on some the best bars from the project here.