Both the Billboard 200 and Billboard Hot 100 belongs to Kendrick Lamar this week as he takes ‘DAMN.’ and “Humble” to no. 1 respectively.
Ed Sheeran remains the one to beat on the Billboard Hot 100 as “Shape of You” spends its 10th week at no. 1.
Trey Songz settles for no. 3 debut with ‘Tremaine the Album,’ which is stuck behind efforts by Drake (More Life) and Ed Sheeran (÷).
In a relatively slow week, Pentatonix spent a second week atop the Billboard 200 with A Pentatonix Christmas.
After weeks of extreme flirtation with the top spot, Pentatonix sees Christmas album A Pentatonix Christmas rise to no. 1 on the Billboard 200.
Billboard: J. Cole easily tops the Billboard 200 with his fourth studio album, ‘4 Your Eyez Only.’ No. 1 on the Billboard 200 wasn’t in dispute in the least this week. Rapper J. Cole scores a fourth no. 1 album with 4 Your Eyez Only, launching with a robust 492,000 units. The rapper’s star continues…
Rae Sremmurd remain king on the Billboard Hot 100 as “Black Beatles” spends a fifth week at no. 1.
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…
After a four-year hiatus, Frank Ocean has returned to the musical fold in a big way. This week, Ocean’s Blonde was the runaway no. 1 album.
Suicide Squad: The Album retains the no. 1 spot on the Billboard 200, dated September 3, 2016.