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Queen, lady Gaga And Hip-Hop Albums Dominate The U.S. right 10 On The Albums Chart


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  • This week on the Billboard 200, no new titles spoil into the vicinity for the first time, though there is some flow that's precious of note. As has already been mentioned, hip-hop musician A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie pushes his sophomore album Hoodie SZN to No. 1 in its third week of availability. It's quite rare to look any collection leap to the proper of the Billboard 200, the all-genre list of the 200 most normal information in america per week, after it has already overlooked the optimum possible position upon arrival, even though particular instances do trigger it to take place every so often.
    in the back of A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie comes 21 Savage, who has been in charge for the ultimate two weeks. His new album i'm > i used to be in the beginning beat Hoodie SZN to the peak (they were launched on the same time), but now both have had a flip at No. 1.
    up to a brand new top is Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, the usual soundtrack compiled for the film of the identical name. The collection rises to No. 3, thanks in part to the success of its lead single, "Sunflower" through publish Malone and Swae Lee. That song lifts from No. 3 to No. 1 on the sizzling 100 singles chart, giving Malone his third chart champion and Lee his 2nd.
    Meek Mill sees his latest chart-topper Championships slip slightly to No. 4, coming in just ahead of publish Malone's Beerbongs & Bentleys at No. 5, Travis Scott's Astroworld at No. 6, girl Gaga and Bradley Cooper's a celebrity Is Born soundtrack at No. 7, Drake's Scorpion at No. eight and Kodak Black's loss of life To are living at No. 9. apparently, all six of those titles have landed on the peak of the chart for as a minimum one flip.
    The last slot inside the optimum place on the Billboard 200 this body is crammed by means of legendary rockers Queen, who're the beneficiaries of some odd charting methodology, in keeping with Billboard. The group's regularly occurring compilation top-rated Hits I II & III: The Platinum collection vaults to No. 10, returning to the place after a very long time away (it as soon as peaked at No. 9).
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