Drake (‘More Life’) and Ed Sheeran (÷) remain firmly planted at nos. 1 and 2 respectively. Kodak Black bows at no. 3 with his debut album, ‘Painting Pictures.’
Trey Songz settles for no. 3 debut with ‘Tremaine the Album,’ which is stuck behind efforts by Drake (More Life) and Ed Sheeran (÷).
Drake continues to be the “biggest thing since sliced bread.” His playlist-album, ‘More Life’ debuts robustly at no. 1 on the Billboard 200.
Ed Sheeran comes up big on the Billboard 200 with his third studio album, ÷. Khalid debuts at no. 9 with ‘American Teen.’
Future pulls off a historic feat as ‘HNDRXX’ earns no. 1 on the Billboard 200, replacing his self-titled no. 1 album.
Future keeps on rolling, earning another no. 1 album on the Billboard 200 with his surprise, self-titled effort.
The Fifty Shades Darker original motion picture soundtrack takes the no. 1 spot on the Billboard 200. No other newbies start in the top 10.
Big Sean (‘I Decided’) earns the second no. 1 album of his career with fourth album, I Decided. Lady Gaga ascends to no. 2 with ‘Joanne.’
The Weeknd and John Mayer take top honors on the Billboard 200 this week. AFI gets some love at no. 5.
In a week where it seemed impossible, Barbra Streisand (Encore) debuts at no. 1 on the Billboard 200. Babs didn’t have it easy – she went against formidable opponents in Florida Georgia Line (Dig Your Roots) and Britney Spears (Glory). Despite a difficult task, Babs is the queen and the top chart story for the…