Mac Miller's 'Swimming' Returns to Top 10 on Billboard 200 Albums Chart Following Death


Mac Miller’s Swimming returns to the highest 10 on the Billboard 200 chart, because the set vaults 71-6 on the record dated Sept. 22, following the rapper’s loss of life on Sept. 7. The album earned 67,000 equal album items within the week ending Sept. 13, based on Nielsen Music — up 634 % in comparison with the week earlier. Of that total unit sum, 15,000 had been in conventional album gross sales — up 874 %.

Swimming is Miller’s most up-to-date studio album, which debuted and peaked at No. three on the record dated Aug. 18.

The Billboard 200 chart ranks the preferred albums the week primarily based on multi-metric consumption, which incorporates conventional album gross sales, monitor equal albums (TEA) and streaming equal albums (SEA).

Overall, Miller locations seven albums on the chart. Two his mixtapes debut on the record: 2011’s Best Day Ever (No. 26 with 17,000 items; up 2,098 %) and 2012’s Macadelic (No. 106 with eight,000; up 1,496 %). In addition, all 4 his earlier full-length studio albums re-enter the record: GO:OD AM (No. 32 with 14,000; up 1,028 %), Blue Slide Park (No. 49 with 12,000; up 2,205 %), The Divine Feminine (No. 50 with 12,000; up 974 %) and Watching Movies With the Sound Off (No. 59 with 11,000; up 1,662 %).

Overall, Miller’s albums tallied a mixed 147,000 equal album items within the week ending Sept. 13, up 912 %. In phrases conventional album gross sales, his releases bought 24,000 copies (up 1,309 %).

Miller’s catalog songs earned 199.23 million on-demand streams (audio and video mixed) within the monitoring week — up 872 %.