After a tough battle for first place on the Billboard 200 albums chart, Polo G came out on top, claiming its first leader. The rapper’s new set is one of five recently released projects starting at the top of the weekly tally, with two acts reaching the region for the first time in their careers.
Polo G Hall of fame opens first with 143,000 equivalent units, almost all thanks to the title’s impressive streaming amount. The set marks the rapper’s third trip to the top 10 and gives the musician his first champion after reaching second place last summer. Hall of fame was preceded by a number of singles, all of which reached the Hot 100. The biggest of the group was “Rapstar”, who debuted at the top of the scoring, also giving them their first leader in this important ranking.
Coming to a relatively close second place, Migos Culture III, the third installment in their incredibly successful feature film series. Coincidentally, the title is their third top 10, as all Culture records were broken in level… and before this week they had all gone straight to # 1. Culture III was led by a pair of singles, with the recent “Straightenin” appearing in the top 40. Culture III opens at n ° 2 with 130,500 equivalent units, also largely made up of rivers.
Next are three former Billboard 200 champions, with Olivia Rodrigo Sour sliding to # 3, Lil Durk and Lil Baby’s The voice of heroes (who reigned in the last frame) goes from No.1 to No.4 while Morgan Wallen Dangerous goes down to n ° 5.
South Korean girl group TWICE takes first Billboard 200 top 10 with latest EP Taste of love, which starts its time on the list at n ° 6 thanks to 46,000 equivalent units displaced. This amount is almost entirely made up of sales, as the title actually sold 43,000 copies in its first follow-up frame. Prior to this week, the vocal group had pushed two projects to the Billboard 200, but they had only reached No.72, a position they managed last year.
After debuting at No.116 last time, Bo Burnham’s Inside (The songs) mounts the Billboard 200, finding a place in the top 10 by settling at No.7. The set moved an additional 37,000 equivalent units during its first full tracking frame, which is enough for it to move. becomes not only the best performing version of the actor, but also his first top 10 in the ranking.
Maroon 5 returns to the top 10 on the Billboard 200 with a new album for the first time in four years with Jordi, named after the late group manager. The poppy project is launched at number 8 with 37,000 equivalent units, including 15,000 in pure acquisition. The title marks their seventh trip to the highest tally, and it’s the lowest ranked yet.
Jordi was promoted over several years with three real singles, all of which turned into hits. “Memories” cut in lead nearly peaked, but it stalled at # 2 on the Hot 100. The follow-up release “Nobody’s Love” didn’t perform as well, as it missed the top 40 by one. single space. The current goal “Beautiful Mistakes” with Megan Thee Stallion has so far reached No.18.
Two hip-hop tracks close the top 10 this week, with Moneybagg Yo’s The pain of a gangsta return to No.9 as J. Cole’s most recent frontman Off-season arrives at n ° 10.