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BILLBOARD 200 Week ending June 12, 2021

TW LW 2W Wks Title ‒ Artist (Peak)

1 74 61 25 Evermore ‒ Taylor Swift ( 1 ) (202,000 (192,000 sales (102,000 vinyl)))
2 1 -- 2 Sour ‒ Olivia Rodrigo ( 1 ) (186,000)
3 2 1 3 The Off-Season ‒ J. Cole ( 1 ) (58,000)
4 4 4 21 Dangerous: The Double Album ‒ Morgan Wallen ( 1 ) (52,000)
5 5 3 6 A Gangsta's Pain ‒ Moneybagg Yo ( 1 ) (43,000)
6 7 5 61 Future Nostalgia ‒ Dua Lipa ( 3 ) (34,000)
7 30 29 159 Goodbye & Good Riddance ‒ Juice WRLD ( 4 ) (32,000)
8 ** 1 Exodus ‒ DMX ( 8 ) (32,000 (14,000 sales))
9 12 12 59 After Hours ‒ The Weeknd ( 1 ) (30,000)
10 11 11 82 What You See Is What You Get ‒ Luke Combs ( 1 ) (29,000)
11 9 7 11 Justice ‒ Justin Bieber ( 1 )
12 10 10 48 Shoot For The Stars Aim For The Moon ‒ Pop Smoke ( 1 )
13 6 32 17 Shiesty Season ‒ Pooh Shiesty ( 3 )
14 17 15 66 My Turn ‒ Lil Baby ( 1 )
15 14 8 5 Khaled Khaled ‒ DJ Khaled ( 1 )
16 15 13 10 SoulFly ‒ Rod Wave ( 1 )
17 8 -- 2 Free Dem Boyz ‒ 42 Dugg ( 8 )
18 20 17 47 Legends Never Die ‒ Juice WRLD ( 1 )
19 21 19 91 Hollywood's Bleeding ‒ Post Malone ( 1 )
20 22 21 441 Greatest Hits ‒ Queen ( 8 )
21 19 14 7 Young Stoner Life: Slime Language 2 ‒ Young Thug & Various Artists ( 1 )
22 3 -- 2 Scaled And Icy ‒ twenty one pilots ( 3 )
23 28 27 36 Tickets To My Downfall ‒ Machine Gun Kelly ( 1 )
24 25 26 77 Fine Line ‒ Harry Styles ( 1 )
25 24 20 45 F*ck Love ‒ The Kid LAROI ( 3 )
26 58 55 17 The Highlights ‒ The Weeknd ( 2 )
27 26 24 55 The GOAT ‒ Polo G ( 2 )
28 31 31 209 This One's For You ‒ Luke Combs ( 4 )
29 34 28 12 When It's All Said And Done... Take Time ‒ Giveon ( 5 )
30 29 23 31 Positions ‒ Ariana Grande ( 1 )
31 27 22 9 Destined 2 Win ‒ Lil Tjay ( 5 )
32 16 2 3 Beam Me Up Scotty ‒ Nicki Minaj ( 2 )
33 36 34 427 Rumours ‒ Fleetwood Mac ( 1 )
34 50 43 45 Folklore ‒ Taylor Swift ( 1 )
35 33 30 24 The Voice ‒ Lil Durk ( 2 )
36 37 37 114 When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? ‒ Billie Eilish ( 1 )
37 32 33 28 Good News ‒ Megan Thee Stallion ( 2 )
38 35 36 27 El Ultimo Tour del Mundo ‒ Bad Bunny ( 1 )
39 41 73 71 Music To Be Murdered By ‒ Eminem ( 1 )
40 38 40 66 YHLQMDLG ‒ Bad Bunny ( 2 )
41 39 42 140 If I Know Me ‒ Morgan Wallen ( 10 )
42 40 38 297 Hamilton: An American Musical ‒ Original Broadway Cast ( 2 )
43 44 45 526 Chronicle The 20 Greatest Hits ‒ Creedence Clearwater Revival ( 18 )
44 RE -- 19 Whole Lotta Red ‒ Playboi Carti ( 1 )
45 49 46 186 Diamonds ‒ Elton John ( 7 )
46 57 53 681 Legend: The Best Of... ‒ Bob Marley And The Wailers ( 5 )
47 46 44 531 Curtain Call: The Hits ‒ Eminem ( 1 )
48 43 41 83 Hot Pink ‒ Doja Cat ( 9 )
49 52 48 148 ASTROWORLD ‒ Travis Scott ( 1 )
50 51 49 153 Scorpion ‒ Drake ( 1 )
51 55 47 449 good kid, m.A.A.d city ‒ Kendrick Lamar ( 2 )
52 56 51 117 Death Race For Love ‒ Juice WRLD ( 1 )
53 53 50 162 beerbongs & bentleys ‒ Post Malone ( 1 )
54 48 39 339 2014 Forest Hills Drive ‒ J. Cole ( 1 )
55 ** 1 You Hear Georgia ‒ Blackberry Smoke ( 55 )
56 60 56 299 Traveller ‒ Chris Stapleton ( 1 )
57 45 35 8 Fearless (Taylor's Version) ‒ Taylor Swift ( 1 )
58 65 57 671 Journey's Greatest Hits ‒ Journey ( 10 )
59 62 54 29 Starting Over ‒ Chris Stapleton ( 3 )
60 18 -- 2 Body Language ‒ Blake Shelton ( 18 )
61 67 64 466 Back In Black ‒ AC/DC ( 4 )
62 61 59 65 Eternal Atake ‒ Lil Uzi Vert ( 1 )
63 63 63 234 Stoney ‒ Post Malone ( 4 )
64 64 60 25 Thats What They All Say ‒ Jack Harlow ( 5 )
65 59 58 93 Lover ‒ Taylor Swift ( 1 )
66 66 62 61 Pray 4 Love ‒ Rod Wave ( 2 )
67 13 -- 2 All I Know So Far: Setlist ‒ P!nk ( 13 )
68 73 65 532 Greatest Hits ‒ Guns N' Roses ( 3 )
69 RE -- 81 RIOT! ‒ Paramore ( 15 )
70 87 80 16 Life Rolls On ‒ Florida Georgia Line ( 21 )
71 69 66 59 BLAME IT ON BABY ‒ DaBaby ( 1 )
72 68 76 30 Dreamland ‒ Glass Animals ( 7 )
73 80 72 373 Greatest Hits ‒ 2Pac ( 3 )
74 85 81 412 Greatest Hits ‒ Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers ( 2 )
75 96 89 307 Greatest Hits So Far... ‒ Zac Brown Band ( 20 )
76 75 74 87 Over It ‒ Summer Walker ( 2 )
77 79 79 38 Top ‒ YoungBoy Never Broke Again ( 1 )
78 78 68 522 Doo-Wops & Hooligans ‒ Bruno Mars ( 3 )
79 84 75 222 ÷ (Divide) ‒ Ed Sheeran ( 1 )
80 81 69 208 Ctrl ‒ SZA ( 3 )
81 82 83 78 Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial ‒ Roddy Ricch ( 1 )
82 89 77 180 Dont Smile At Me ‒ Billie Eilish ( 14 )
83 71 85 473 Thriller ‒ Michael Jackson ( 1 )
84 77 70 107 Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent ‒ Lewis Capaldi ( 20 )
85 101 88 239 The Essential Billy Joel ‒ Billy Joel ( 15 )
86 92 87 29 Pluto x Baby Pluto ‒ Future & Lil Uzi Vert ( 2 )
87 94 91 197 Luv Is Rage 2 ‒ Lil Uzi Vert ( 1 )
88 91 86 431 Take Care ‒ Drake ( 1 )
89 90 71 50 Goldmine ‒ Gabby Barrett ( 27 )
90 RE -- 70 Greatest Hits ‒ Motley Crue ( 90 )
91 72 67 57 SOUTHSIDE ‒ Sam Hunt ( 5 )
92 95 84 216 DAMN. ‒ Kendrick Lamar ( 1 )
93 97 82 32 Born Here Live Here Die Here ‒ Luke Bryan ( 5 )
94 113 99 222 American Teen ‒ Khalid ( 4 )
95 76 123 67 MAP OF THE SOUL : 7 ‒ BTS ( 1 )
96 99 96 277 Greatest Hits ‒ The Notorious B.I.G. ( 1 )
97 105 98 56 Just Cause Y'all Waited 2 ‒ Lil Durk ( 2 )
98 100 103 264 Views ‒ Drake ( 1 )
99 115 110 129 All Time Greatest Hits ‒ Lynyrd Skynyrd ( 56 )
100 106 94 10 KG0516 ‒ Karol G ( 20 )
101 70 161 28 BE ‒ BTS ( 1 )
102 104 100 168 ? ‒ XXXTENTACION ( 1 )
103 111 -- 356 The Essential Michael Jackson ‒ Michael Jackson ( 31 )
104 108 101 234 Moana ‒ Soundtrack ( 2 )
105 83 52 19 Ones ‒ Selena ( 42 )
106 119 102 338 1989 ‒ Taylor Swift ( 1 )
107 154 135 475 1 ‒ The Beatles ( 1 )
108 123 117 255 Sounds Of Summer: The Very Best Of The Beach Boys ‒ The Beach Boys ( 16 )
109 114 105 65 Chilombo ‒ Jhene Aiko ( 2 )
110 142 132 413 Abbey Road ‒ The Beatles ( 1 )
111 129 113 527 Nevermind ‒ Nirvana ( 1 )
112 112 104 103 Die A Legend ‒ Polo G ( 6 )
113 144 -- 362 Their Greatest Hits 1971-1975 ‒ Eagles ( 1 )
114 121 119 57 Dark Lane Demo Tapes ‒ Drake ( 2 )
115 118 92 5 Country Again (Side A) ‒ Thomas Rhett ( 10 )
116 120 112 44 The Best Of Nickelback: Volume 1 ‒ Nickelback ( 21 )
117 133 128 10 OK Orchestra ‒ AJR ( 10 )
118 128 124 55 High Off Life ‒ Future ( 1 )
119 134 121 121 Thank U, Next ‒ Ariana Grande ( 1 )
120 122 115 54 Wunna ‒ Gunna ( 1 )
121 124 120 165 Invasion Of Privacy ‒ Cardi B ( 1 )
122 125 114 28 Hey World ‒ Lee Brice ( 45 )
123 164 148 378 Greatest Hits ‒ Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band ( 8 )
124 136 131 210 Greatest Hits: The Ultimate Collection ‒ Bon Jovi ( 5 )
125 126 126 212 More Life ‒ Drake ( 1 )
126 143 141 277 Greatest Hits ‒ Red Hot Chili Peppers ( 18 )
127 127 116 10 El Dorado ‒ 24kGoldn ( 22 )
128 103 -- 2 Most Wanted ‒ SpotemGottem ( 103 )
129 176 186 92 35 Biggest Hits ‒ Toby Keith ( 2 )
130 131 122 113 Free Spirit ‒ Khalid ( 1 )
131 135 154 206 Evolve ‒ Imagine Dragons ( 2 )
132 138 136 72 Manic ‒ Halsey ( 2 )
133 157 167 8 Shottaz 4Eva ‒ MO3 ( 36 )
134 139 138 174 Graduation ‒ Kanye West ( 1 )
135 117 106 6 Soul ‒ Eric Church ( 4 )
136 132 118 35 Savage Mode II ‒ 21 Savage & Metro Boomin ( 1 )
137 130 168 306 Blurryface ‒ twenty one pilots ( 1 )
138 147 130 111 Cuz I Love You ‒ Lizzo ( 4 )
139 152 153 18 Greatest Hits ‒ Pitbull ( 139 )
140 151 147 172 Gold: Greatest Hits ‒ ABBA ( 25 )
141 RE -- 50 Strait Out Of The Box ‒ George Strait ( 43 )
142 156 151 244 Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight ‒ Travis Scott ( 1 )
143 153 140 150 AM ‒ Arctic Monkeys ( 6 )
144 ** 1 Still Sleep? ‒ Sleepy Hallow ( 144 )
145 146 134 39 Wildcard ‒ Miranda Lambert ( 4 )
146 174 166 89 IGOR ‒ Tyler, The Creator ( 1 )
147 162 162 177 Man On The Moon: The End Of Day ‒ Kid Cudi ( 4 )
148 141 145 69 Meet The Woo, V.2 ‒ Pop Smoke ( 7 )
149 148 142 127 X 100PRE ‒ Bad Bunny ( 11 )
150 54 9 3 Where Have You Gone ‒ Alan Jackson ( 9 )
151 171 149 131 The Very Best Of Daryl Hall John Oates ‒ Daryl Hall John Oates ( 34 )
152 160 157 99 Indigo ‒ Chris Brown ( 1 )
153 180 169 182 Number One Hits ‒ Tim McGraw ( 27 )
154 178 -- 145 Purple Rain (Soundtrack) ‒ Prince And The Revolution ( 1 )
155 163 164 86 Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge ‒ My Chemical Romance ( 28 )
156 155 155 84 True 2 Myself ‒ Lil Tjay ( 5 )
157 161 156 271 ANTI ‒ Rihanna ( 1 )
158 149 125 13 Only The Family Presents: Loyal Bros Compilation ‒ Various Artists ( 12 )
159 166 177 396 Born To Die ‒ Lana Del Rey ( 2 )
160 86 -- 2 Buy Dirt (EP) ‒ Jordan Davis ( 86 )
161 158 146 31 Welcome To O'Block ‒ King Von ( 5 )
162 165 180 150 DS2 ‒ Future ( 1 )
163 159 129 191 Greatest Hits ‒ Fleetwood Mac ( 14 )
164 194 183 98 The Greatest Hits Collection ‒ Brooks & Dunn ( 4 )
165 181 144 15 Sin Miedo (Del Amor y Otros Demonios) ‒ Kali Uchis ( 52 )
166 177 171 73 Time Served ‒ Moneybagg Yo ( 3 )
167 167 165 87 KIRK ‒ DaBaby ( 1 )
168 172 -- 258 [Hybrid Theory] ‒ Linkin Park ( 2 )
169 179 163 610 Metallica ‒ Metallica ( 1 )
170 169 182 132 Harder Than Ever ‒ Lil Baby ( 3 )
171 189 -- 246 The Fame ‒ Lady Gaga ( 2 )
172 107 143 10 Clouds (The Mixtape) ‒ NF ( 3 )
173 173 -- 174 Sublime ‒ Sublime ( 13 )
174 187 176 143 Swimming ‒ Mac Miller ( 3 )
175 RE -- 58 Greatest Hits ‒ Blink-182 ( 6 )
176 184 192 377 Nothing Was The Same ‒ Drake ( 1 )
177 192 200 55 9 ‒ Jason Aldean ( 2 )
178 175 137 33 Heaven & Hell ‒ Ava Max ( 27 )
179 188 188 84 AI YoungBoy 2 ‒ YoungBoy Never Broke Again ( 1 )
180 197 185 232 Blonde ‒ Frank Ocean ( 1 )
181 185 189 206 Reloaded: 20 #1 Hits ‒ Blake Shelton ( 5 )
182 170 150 27 Plastic Hearts ‒ Miley Cyrus ( 2 )
183 RE 172 14 The Best Of DMX ‒ DMX ( 2 )
184 183 174 81 Frozen II ‒ Soundtrack ( 1 )
185 RE -- 86 Harry Styles ‒ Harry Styles ( 1 )
186 RE 184 5 T-Pain Presents Happy Hour: The Greatest Hits ‒ T-Pain ( 184 )
187 102 6 3 Delta Kream ‒ The Black Keys ( 6 )
188 RE -- 143 A Decade Of Destruction ‒ Five Finger Death Punch ( 29 )
189 195 173 136 My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy ‒ Kanye West ( 1 )
190 RE 194 52 Purgatory ‒ Tyler Childers ( 106 )
191 186 175 182 The Greatest Showman ‒ Soundtrack ( 1 )
192 RE -- 104 The Definitive Collection ‒ Stevie Wonder ( 35 )
193 182 139 96 Dreamville & J. Cole: Revenge Of The Dreamers III ‒ Various Artists ( 1 )
194 RE 195 81 Ghetto Gospel ‒ Rod Wave ( 10 )
195 RE 198 57 I Will Always Love You: The Best Of Whitney Houston ‒ Whitney Houston ( 14 )
196 RE -- 34 The Essential Johnny Cash ‒ Johnny Cash ( 35 )
197 RE -- 193 17 ‒ XXXTENTACION ( 2 )
198 140 -- 133 Greatest Hits... So Far!!! ‒ P!nk ( 5 )
199 196 187 96 The Search ‒ NF ( 1 )
200 198 197 92 So Much Fun ‒ Young Thug ( 1 )
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Taylor Swift’s ‘Evermore’ Returns to No. 1 on Billboard 200 Chart
By Keith Caulfield | 6/6/2021

Taylor Swift’s Evermore returns to No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart for a fourth nonconsecutive week on top, as the set vaults 74-1 with 202,000 equivalent album units earned in the U.S. in the week ending June 3 (up 1,709%), according to MRC Data. Of that sum, album sales comprise 192,000 (up 8,307%) — marking the biggest sales week of 2021. It surpasses the previous largest sales week of the year, when Swift’s Fearless (Taylor’s Version) sold 179,000 in its first week (chart dated April 24).

Evermore’s sales surge in the week ending June 3 was fueled by a number of drivers, including modern-era record-breaking vinyl LP sales (102,000), Swift-signed CDs and deep discounting on its digital album.

Meanwhile, with Evermore’s fourth nonconsecutive week at No. 1, Swift’s cumulative total weeks atop the Billboard 200, across all of her No. 1 albums, climbs to 53 weeks. She breaks out of a tie with Garth Brooks (52 weeks at No. 1) as the artist with the third-most weeks at No. 1. The Beatles have the most weeks at No. 1, with 132, while Elvis Presley is in second place with 67.

Evermore was last No. 1 five months ago, on the Jan. 16-dated chart. It’s the first album to wait that long between weeks at No. 1 since last November, when Luke Combs’ What You See Is What You Get returned to No. 1 after nearly a year. Evermore was released in December 2020 and spent its first two weeks at No. 1, on the charts dated Dec. 26, 2020 and Jan. 2, 2021.

Evermore’s 74-1 move is the biggest positional jump to No. 1 since the Jan. 19, 2008, chart, when Radiohead’s In Rainbows flew 156-1 after street date violation sales pushed it onto the chart a week early. It’s worth noting that since In Rainbows hit No. 1, three albums have re-entered the chart at No. 1: Chris Stapleton’s Traveller (Nov. 21, 2015), Prince’s The Very Best of Prince (May 7, 2016) and Bon Jovi’s This House Is Not for Sale (March 10, 2018).

Also in the new top 10: Juice WRLD’s Goodbye & Good Riddance jumps 30-7 after its third-anniversary reissue with two new tracks while DMX’s first posthumous album, Exodus, bows at No. 8.

The Billboard 200 chart ranks the most popular albums of the week in the U.S. based on multi-metric consumption as measured in equivalent album units. Units comprise album sales, track equivalent albums (TEA) and streaming equivalent albums (SEA). Each unit equals one album sale, or 10 individual tracks sold from an album, or 3,750 ad-supported or 1,250 paid/subscription on-demand official audio and video streams generated by songs from an album.

Of Evermore’s 202,000 equivalent album units earned in the tracking week ending June 3, album sales comprise 192,000 (up 8,307%), SEA units comprise 9,000 (up 7%, equaling 12.4 million on-demand streams of the album’s songs) and TEA units comprise a negligible sum. The majority of the album’s sales came from web-based sellers (136,000 of 192,000), including Swift’s official webstore.

As earlier reported, Evermore broke the record for the biggest sales week for a vinyl album in the U.S. since MRC Data began tracking sales in 1991. Released on May 28, the vinyl edition of the album sold 40,000 copies in its first three days, and went on to sell 102,000 in the week ending June 3. That smashes the MRC Data-era weekly sales record for a vinyl album, previously held by the debut frame of Jack White’s Lazaretto, with 40,000 sold in the week ending June 15, 2014. (MRC Data began electronically tracking music sales in 1991, with the company was known as SoundScan.)

Evermore was initially released digitally and through streamers on Dec. 11, 2020, but its vinyl edition was not issued until May 28. Evermore’s huge vinyl sales are helped greatly by five months of banked pre-orders, as the vinyl version of the album was announced in mid-December, and went up for pre-order at the same time.

The LP was available widely across all retailers, and in two green-colored variants, as well as a Target-exclusive red-colored vinyl. The latter was promoted in Target’s circular (for $24.99) while the company also offered a 20% discount on the set (in-stores) on June 3.

After one week, Evermore is the second-biggest selling vinyl album of 2021, trailing Harry Styles’ Fine Line, with 109,000. Swift has two of the top 10 best-selling vinyl albums of 2021, as Folklore is No. 6, with 74,000 sold. (Folklore remains exclusively available on vinyl via Swift’s webstore and through Target.)

While vinyl LP sales comprise 102,000 of Evermore’s 192,000 sales for the week, CD sales contributed 69,000 (up 3,705%), digital downloads comprise 21,000 (up 5,197%) and cassette tapes comprise a little under 1,000 (up 578%). Evermore’s CD sales were bolstered by the availability of CDs signed by Swift in her webstore (that went up for pre-order earlier in May) and at independent retailers. Evermore’s digital album sales were goosed by the digital deluxe edition of the album being sale priced to $6.99 at iTunes and in Swift’s webstore from May 28-June 2. Then, on June 3, the price of all digital versions of Evermore dropped to $4.99, while Swift also introduced four “digitally autographed fan edition” versions of the album on her webstore, each with alternative cover art and a new bonus track, the 90’s trend remix of “Willow.”

Evermore displaces Olivia Rodrigo’s Sour, which falls to No. 2 in its second week with 186,000 units earned (down 37%). It’s the first time in two years that women have gone back-to-back at No. 1, since P!nk’s Hurts 2B Human debuted at No. 1 on the May 11, 2019, chart, displacing Billie Eilish’s When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, which notched its second non-consecutive week at No. 1 on the May 4-dated chart.

While Sour gets bumped to No. 2 on the Billboard 200, it does so with the third-smallest percentage decline for a No. 1 debut in 2021, following Justin Bieber’s Justice (down 35% in its second week) and Moneybagg Yo’s A Gangsta’s Pain (36.8%). Additionally, Sour is the first album in over a year to see its first two weeks each earn over 185,000 units. The last album to start as strong was Lil Uzi Vert’s Eternal Atake (288,000 and 247,000 in its first two weeks, respectively, on the charts dated March 21-28, 2020).

A trio of former No. 1s follow Sour on the new Billboard 200: J. Cole’s The Off-Season falls 2-3 (58,000 equivalent album units earned; down 37%), Morgan Wallen’s Dangerous: The Double Album is a non-mover at No. 4 (52,000; down 5%) and Moneybagg Yo’s A Gangsta’s Pain is steady at No. 5 (43,000; down 12%).

Dua Lipa’s Future Nostalgia rises one spot to No. 6 with 34,000 (down 2%).

Juice WRLD’s Goodbye & Good Riddance returns to the top 10 for the first time in over 18 months, as the set jumps 30-7 following its third-anniversary reissue on May 28 (32,000 equivalent album units earned; up 71%). The set was reissued with two bonus tracks: “734” and a remix of the hit single “Lucid Dreams” with Lil Uzi Vert. Goodbye peaked at No. 4 on the Aug. 11, 2018-dated chart and was last in the top 10 on the Dec. 21, 2019-dated list (No. 6).

DMX’s first posthumous album, Exodus, debuts at No. 8 on the Billboard 200 with 32,000 equivalent album units earned. Of that sum, SEA units comprise 16,000 (equaling 22.12 million on-demand streams of the album’s tracks), album sales comprise 14,000 and TEA units comprise 1,000. The set features an array of guest stars, including Bono, Jay-Z, Alicia Keys, Lil Wayne, Moneybagg Yo, Nas, Snoop Dogg and Usher. Exodus marks DMX’s eighth top 10 album on the Billboard 200.

Rounding out the new top 10 on the Billboard 200 are two former No. 1s: The Weeknd’s After Hours (12-9 with 30,000 equivalent album units; up 5%) and Luke Combs’ What You See Is What You Get (11-10 with 29,000; down 1%).
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