The Billboard 200 chart ranks the most popular albums of the week in the United States based on multi-metered consumption as measured in equivalent album units. Units consist of Sales of Albums, Tracking Album Equivalent (TEA) and Streaming Equivalent Albums (SEA). Each unit equals one album sale, 10 singles tracks sold from an album, 3,750 sponsored ads or 1,250 official / subscription-on-demand audios generated by songs from an album. The new scheme, dated January 16, 2021 (where forever Return to No. 1) in full paintingOn the January 12th website. For all the chart news, follow billboard and billboardcharts on Twitter and Instagram.
From forever56,000 album equivalents were acquired in Tracking Week ending January 7, SEA boasts 38,000 (equivalent to 50.43 million custom streams of album songs), album sales consisted of 16,000 and TEA’s of 2,000.
anyway forever The number of units decreased by 22%, and this slide was mitigated by the release of a deluxe edition of the album on Thursday, January 7, on the last day of the week of the chart-tracking. The new release includes two additional songs. (All album releases are merged for tracking purposes.)
forever It captures the smallest gross unit of the # 1 album in nearly two years Boogie White Da Hoodie‘s SZN hoodie It was # 1 on the chart as of February 16, 2019, with only 47,000 units. (The top of the chart can sometimes be a bit lighter in units at the start of the year, as only a few new albums are released in January. On the new chart, for example, there are no starts within the top 100, and a week in the past, There was only one appearance on the entire list: Playboi Carti’s A full red lotta In No. 1.)
Lil Durk‘s the sound 3–2 in its third week on the list, climbs new climax, with 48,000 album-equivalent units (down 28%). the sound Matches Lil Durk’s professional pinnacle on the list, as his latest release, Just because you waited 2 It peaked at number two on the chart on July 11, 2020.
the sound It debuted at number 46 on the chart on January 2, after just one day of activity, as the album was released on Thursday, December 24 (the last day of the week following the chart is on January 2). It then climbed to third in its first full tracking week.
Trio from # 1 previous to next, like Bob Smoke‘s Shoot for the stars, aim for the moon Rises 4-3 with 44,000 EPUs (down 3%), Ariana Grand‘s Positions 5-4 climbs with 35,000 units (down 8%) and Playboi Carti’s A full red lotta 1-5 falls into its second week with 33,000 units (down 66%). Megan Thay Stallion‘s good news 7-6 bumps with just over 32,000 units acquired (down 4%).
The rest of the top ten consists of the previous top charts: Luke Combs” What you see is what you get Go up 8-7 (32,000 EPUs obtained; down 4%), The bad bunny‘s The last tour of the world Moves 9-8 (31,000; down 7%), WRLD juice‘s Legends never die 11-9 jumps (30,000; down 4%) and Lil Baby‘s Cyclic Jumps 13-10 (29,000; down 2%).