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Michael Jackson shoots up the charts.
In a slow week for Rap album sales, Drake and Future’s What a Time to Be Alive barely hangs into the top 10 of the Billboard Top 200 chart. Fetty Wap and The Weeknd still have the highest selling projects. Game sees a 30 percent drop on The Documentary 2 and a 40 percent drop on The Documentary 2.5.
Fetty Wap Stays Selling
The New Jersey rapper/singer sold 39,497 album equivalent units this week, which lands him in the #6 spot on the chart. This is a seven percent decrease from last week. His self-titled album has spent six weeks on the chart
Drake & Future Still Alive
Drake and Future’s collaborative album/mixtape What a Time to Be Alive remains in the top 10 on the chart, landing at #9 with 30,338 album equivalent units. The project saw more than 27 million streams. Future’s Dirty Sprite 2 is the #26 album in the country and Drake’s If Youre Reading This Its Too Late drops eight positions to #32.
Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” Resurrects
Michael Jackson got some extra spin time around Halloween. His Thriller album lands at the #45 spot on the chart and saw more than three million streams. The project beat out Travi$ Scott’s Rodeo, both discs of The Game’s The Documentary 2 and DJ Khaled’s I Changed a Lot, which saw a 69 percent decrease in sales after debuting at #12 last week.
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