25 Chart Takeaways: Future Scores Third No. 1 Album

Future, EVOL © Atlantic

Expectedly, Future tops the Billboard 200 Chart AGAIN.   Future wasn’t the only artist dropping a new album this week – but he certainly smoked the competition! 25 chart takeaways, let’s go!

1) Future scores his third consecutive no. 1 album with EVOL. What a time to be alive it is indeed for Future.

2) Adele slipped to no. 3 last week but rebounds to the runner-up spot this week. 25 has yet to leave the top 3 of the Billboard 200.

3) Rihanna’s ANTI slips from no. 1 to no. 3 in week three. ANTI initially debuted at no. 27 before ascending to no. 1 last week.

4) Coldplay’s A Head Full Of Dreams ascends 12 spots from no. 16 to no. 4 following their Super Bowl halftime show.

Wiz Khalifa, Khalifa © Atlantic

5) Wiz Khalifa’s Khalifa opens modestly at no. 6 with his worst numbers yet.

6) Now 57 debuts at no. 7, relatively low for a Now That’s What I Call Music compilation effort.

7) Elton John’s Wonderful Crazy Night debuts respectably at no. 8.

8) Kevin Gates sees his Islah slip from no. 2 to no. 10 in week two.

Charlie Puth, Nine Track Mind © Atlantic

9) Charlie Puth’s Nine Track Mind drops 15 spots from no. 6 to no. 21.

10) Young Thug’s I’m Up debuts at no. 22.

11) Sia takes a big tumble this week to the tune of 23 spots! This Is Acting free falls from no. 4 to no. 27. Ouch!

12) Charles Kelley’s The Driver debuts modestly at no. 35, certainly not Lady Antebellum caliber numbers.

13) Lucinda WilliamsThe Ghosts of Highway 20 enters right behind Kelley’s album at no. 36.

David Bowie, Blackstar © Columbia

14) David Bowie’s Blackstar slips 27 spots from no. 17 to no. 42 (five weeks in)

15) Rachel Platten’s Wildifre drops 12 spots from no. 40 to no. 52 in its sixth week on the BB200.

16) Boosie BadAzz’s Out My Feelings In My Past debuts quietly at no. 57.

17) Majid Jordan’s self-titled debut bows at no. 69.


18) Megadeth’s Dystopia slides from no. 30 to no. 79 in only its third week on the charts!

19) SWV’s Still debuts very modestly at no. 80. SWV’s last album performed better.

20) Mike Posner’s EP The Truth reaches a new peak at no. 89. This marks the EP’s third week on the charts.

21) Tedeschi Trucks Band tumble big time as Let Me Get By nosedives from no. 15 to no. 96.

Tori Kelly, Unbreakable Smile © Capitol

22) Tori Kelly’s Unbreakable Smile drops 60 spots from no. 42 to no. 102 in week 25 on the charts.

23) Three weeks in, Tank’s Sex Love & Pain II is a huge bomb. This week, it fell 51 spots from no. 55 to no. 106.

24) FREE FALL ALERT! Dream Theater’s The Astonishing drops 115 spots from no. 11 to no. 126!

25) Nothing But Thieves’ self-titled effort limps onto the charts at no. 130.

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