Flatbush Zombies Debut At #10 On Billboard 200

Rihanna is not the only one having a great week on the Billboard 200! While ANTI shot back up to number one after 8 weeks out already, the Flatbush Zombies also have reason to celebrate! Meechy Darko, Zombie Juice and Erick Arc Elliott dropped their debut album, 3001: A Laced Odyssey, last week, and it has debuted at number 10 with 28k units sold (24k in pure album sales.) The album is led by the single “Bounce,” which hit the top 40 on the Billboard + Twitter Top Tracks chart last month. Also notable – Kevin Gates is still chilling in the top 10 with another 30k units of Islah sold this week, and Kendrick Lamar goes from number 1 to 5 with untitled unmastered moving another 38k. Check out this week’s full top 10 below!

Bryson Tiller Continues To Rise In The Top 10 With ‘Trapsoul’!

After being released in October, Bryson Tiller kicked off the New Year by seeing his debut album Trapsoul finally creep into the top 10 for the very first time. Now this week, it’s not only remaining there – but it’s moved up! The album is now sitting at number 9, having sold an additional 35k. This guy is moving out here! Elsewhere on the chart, Adele is still at number one (shocker,) and Fetty Wap and The Weeknd are still chillin’ in the top 10 as well. Check out the full list below!

Find Out How Much Chris Brown and Pusha T Are Expected To Sell This Week!

It comes as no surprise, but Adele is number one once again this week on the Billboard 200. 25 moved another 825k units, making it the biggest selling album released in the U.S. since her last album, 2011’s 21. As for debuts, August Alsina’s This Thing Called Life came in at around 43k units at number 12, while R. Kelly’s The Buffet entered with approximately 37k units at number 16. Looking forward to next week, the two big debuts will be from Chris Brown and Pusha T. For Chris’ Royalty, he’s looking at 150-160k, which will likely give him the #2 spot (behind Adele.) As for Push’s Darkest Before Dawn, he’s looking at around 40-45k. In the meantime, check out this week’s top 10 on the Billboard 200 below!

Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller’ Just Became The First Album To Be Certified 30x Platinum

And the greatest just became greater. Today, the RIAA announced that Michael Jackson’s iconic album Thriller (released in 1982,) just became the first album ever to be certified platinum a whopping 30 times in the United States. Worldwide, he’s at over 100 million for the project. Insane. Check out a statement from RIAA chairman and CEO Cary Sherman below.

The First Week Sales For G-Eazy, Rick Ross, Kid Cudi & More Are In!

I’m sure it comes as no surprise, but Adele’s 25 is number one on the Billboard 200 for the third week in a row. The record-breaking album sold yet another 728k this week, making it the first time an album has sold more than 650k in each of its first three frames since Nielsen began tracking sales in 1991. As for debuts, both G-Eazy and Rick Ross landed in the top 10 with their new releases this week, coming in at numbers 5 and 6, respectively. The former’s When It’s Dark Out sold a very solid 132k units, while Ross’ Black Market moved 69k. Though they didn’t make the top 10 other debuts this week include Curren$y’s Canal Street Confidential at number 30 with 20.7k, J. Cole and Dreamville’s Revenge Of The Dreamers II at number 29 with 21k, Kid Cudi’s Speedin’ Bullet To Heaven at number 36 with 19k and Jeremih’s Late Nights with 18k. Check out this week’s full top 10 below.

Sales Projections For Rick Ross, G-Eazy & More Are Here!

As expected, Adele is number one on the Billboard 200 for the second week in a row with 25, this time selling an additional 1.16 million units. As for debuts this week. Erykah Badu’s But You Caint Use My Phone comes in just outside of the top 10 at 14 with 35k, while a compilation of Biggie‘s greatest hits is at 48 with 15k. Looking forward to next week, some of the early sales projections are in for the many new releases from this past Friday. G-Eazy’s When It’s Dark Out is in the lead, looking to move around 115k–130k. Behind him is Rick Ross’ Black Market, projected at 60k–65k, and behind him Kid Cudi’s Speedin’ Bullet 2 Heaven with 18k–21k. Also expected to make their Billboard 200 debut are Curren$y, Jeremih and Sheek Louch, though their numbers aren’t available yet. Check out this week’s top 10 below!

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