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Wale gets his second #1 album with 'The Album About Nothing', leading with 100,000 units and 88,000 proper sales. His previous #1 was 'The Gifted' in July 2013, which sold 158,000 in its first week.

Madonna is #57 in her fourth week, and Marina is #181 in her third week.

TW LW 2W Wks Title, Artist Peak (Units)
1 0 New 1 The Album About Nothing, Wale 1 (100,000)
2 17 12 3 Furious 7, Soundtrack 2 (74,000)
3 0 New 1 Ludaversal, Ludacris 3 (73,000)
4 1 1 3 To Pimp A Butterfly, Kendrick Lamar 1 (65,000)
5 5 5 23 1989, Taylor Swift 1 (59,000)
6 4 9 42 In The Lonely Hour, Sam Smith 2 (59,000)
7 0 New 1 Southern Style, Darius Rucker 7 (57,000)
8 0 New 1 Kintsugi, Death Cab For Cutie 8
(56,000)
9 3 4 8 Fifty Shades Of Grey, Soundtrack 2 (54,000)
10 0 New 1 Carrie & Lowell, Sufjan Stevens 10 (53,000)
11 9 10 31 V, Maroon 5 1
12 6 7 41 x, Ed Sheeran 1
13 11 11 12 Title, Meghan Trainor 1
14 8 6 8 If You're Reading This It's Too Late, Drake 1
15 2 2 4 Empire: Original Soundtrack From Season 1, Soundtrack 1
16 0 New 1 Human, Three Days Grace 16
17 10 – 2 Kidz Bop 28, Kidz Bop Kids 10
18 0 New 1 Day Of The Dead, Hollywood Undead 18
19 22 24 11 American Beauty / American Psycho, Fall Out Boy 1
20 0 New 1 Tokyo Dome Live In Concert, Van Halen 20
21 19 26 7 Smoke + Mirrors, Imagine Dragons 1
22 13 20 23 Montevallo, Sam Hunt 3
23 0 New 1 The Past, The Present, The Future, Jodeci 23
24 27 27 9 NOW 53, Various Artists 2
25 14 16 6 Dark Sky Paradise, Big Sean 1
26 16 19 16 The Pinkprint, Nicki Minaj 2
27 25 25 32 My Everything, Ariana Grande 1
28 21 22 12 Uptown Special, Mark Ronson 5
29 18 23 26 Hozier, Hozier 2
30 28 30 21 Nick Jonas, Nick Jonas 6
31 32 29 5 Piece By Piece, Kelly Clarkson 1
32 24 15 4 Spring Break... Checkin' Out, Luke Bryan 3
33 30 31 18 TALKING IS HARD, WALK THE MOON 26
34 0 New 1 Endless Forms Most Beautiful, Nightwish 34
35 29 28 17 2014 Forest Hills Drive, J. Cole 1
36 39 66 10 Wanted On Voyage, George Ezra 19
37 0 New 1 American Candy, The Maine 37
38 45 45 9 Reflection, Fifth Harmony 5
39 37 36 25 Anything Goes, Florida Georgia Line 1
40 46 39 36 1000 Forms Of Fear, Sia 1
41 33 41 20 FOUR, One Direction 1
42 51 43 17 Greatest Hits: Decade #1, Carrie Underwood 4
43 0 New 1 Adventure, Madeon 43
44 40 – 2 Home, Soundtrack 40
45 52 54 135 Night Visions, Imagine Dragons 2
46 60 48 12 Kidz Bop 27, Kidz Bop Kids 3
47 36 80 24 Pain Killer, Little Big Town 7
48 55 44 26 Old Boots, New Dirt, Jason Aldean 1
49 48 47 60 The Outsiders, Eric Church 1
50 49 32 6 First Kiss, Kid Rock 2
51 42 35 27 Queen Of The Clouds, Tove Lo 14
52 0 New 1 A Fool To Care, Boz Scaggs 52
53 53 46 36 Guardians Of The Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1, Soundtrack 1
54 43 34 13 SremmLife, Rae Sremmurd 5
55 7 – 2 Mr. Wonderful, Action Bronson 7
56 41 37 19 Globalization, Pitbull 18
57 34 21 4 Rebel Heart, Madonna 2
58 0 New 1 NOW That’s What I Call ACM Awards: 50 Years, Various Artists 58
59 74 69 57 Cole Swindell, Cole Swindell 3
60 26 3 3 Strangers To Ourselves, Modest Mouse 3
61 44 33 6 Fan Of A Fan: The Album, Chris Brown & Tyga 7
62 0 New 1 Mansion, NF 62
63 69 107 18 Listen, David Guetta 22
64 57 51 86 Crash My Party, Luke Bryan 1
65 54 85 15 Reclassified, Iggy Azalea 16
66 50 42 22 Motion, Calvin Harris 5
67 76 60 5 Lead Us Back: Songs Of Worship, Third Day 20
68 59 50 71 Frozen, Soundtrack 1
69 65 56 30 Dream Your Life Away, Vance Joy 17
70 23 – 2 Duets: Re-Working The Catalogue, Van Morrison 23
71 66 61 138 +, Ed Sheeran 5
72 0 New 1 Powers That B, Death Grips 72
73 68 62 9 Magazines Or Novels, Andy Grammer 27
74 0 RE 17 RUN WILD. LIVE FREE. LOVE STRONG., for KING & COUNTRY 13
75 20 – 2 Sometimes I Sit And Think, And Sometimes I Just Sit., Courtney Barnett 20
76 38 38 26 Talking Dreams, Echosmith 38
77 56 53 31 Ignite The Night, Chase Rice 3
78 162 151 58 Thrive, Casting Crowns 6
79 111 121 37 5 Seconds Of Summer, 5 Seconds Of Summer 1
80 84 75 79 Greatest Hits, Fleetwood Mac 14
81 78 65 75 PRISM, Katy Perry 1
82 73 57 44 Platinum, Miranda Lambert 1
83 58 13 3 Madness, Sleeping With Sirens 13
84 88 94 6 Skrillex & Diplo Present Jack U, Skrillex & Diplo 26
85 64 – 2 2015 Academy Of Country Music Awards ZinePak, Various Artists 64
86 77 64 122 Here's To The Good Times, Florida Georgia Line 4
87 62 40 127 good kid, m.A.A.d city, Kendrick Lamar 2
88 85 72 21 Greatest Hits So Far..., Zac Brown Band 20
89 83 67 220 Doo-Wops & Hooligans, Bruno Mars 3
90 91 82 209 The Eminem Show, Eminem 1
91 70 49 10 Non-Fiction, Ne-Yo 5
92 79 55 16 Annie, Soundtrack 12
93 71 58 106 Native, OneRepublic 4
94 102 – 33 Welcome To The New, MercyMe 4
95 0 New 1 EXOdus: The 2nd Album, EXO 95
96 82 68 69 Beyonce, Beyonce 1
97 86 73 166 Born To Die, Lana Del Rey 2
98 87 76 358 Legend: The Best Of Bob Marley And The Wailers, Bob Marley And The Wailers 5
99 0 New 1 Postcards From Paradise, Ringo Starr 99
100 112 95 102 Save Rock And Roll, Fall Out Boy 1
101 94 71 11 2015 Grammy Nominees, Various Artists 9
102 0 New 1 Lo Mejor de..., Selena 102
103 174 84 4 Love Stuff, Elle King 45
104 93 70 23 Sweet Talker, Jessie J 10
105 89 79 77 Nothing Was The Same, Drake 1
106 0 RE 28 Sundown Heaven Town, Tim McGraw 3
107 141 158 18 Love Ran Red, Chris Tomlin 8
108 92 83 82 AM, Arctic Monkeys 6
109 0 RE 56 Greatest Hits: Chapter One, Kelly Clarkson 11
110 107 98 114 Unorthodox Jukebox, Bruno Mars 1
111 90 74 350 Journey's Greatest Hits, Journey 10
112 101 92 74 The Marshall Mathers LP 2, Eminem 1
113 146 – 12 Into The Woods, Soundtrack 8
114 95 91 9 I Will Follow, Jeremy Camp 25
115 105 99 215 21, Adele 1
116 114 109 30 I Dont Dance, Lee Brice 5
117 100 87 57 Trilogy, The Weeknd 4
118 108 78 38 These Things Happen, G-Eazy 3
119 131 125 235 Curtain Call: The Hits, Eminem 1
120 0 New 1 Help 2.0, Erica Campbell 120
121 67 17 3 Run, AWOLNATION 17
122 115 122 28 The Big Revival, Kenny Chesney 2
123 15 – 2 Chaos And The Calm, James Bay 15
124 113 108 36 Greatest Hits: We Will Rock You, Queen 42
125 132 119 24 Sadnecessary, Milky Chance 17
126 127 106 88 Halcyon, Ellie Goulding 9
127 0 New 1 The Day Is My Enemy, The Prodigy 127
128 0 New 1 The Best Of The Grateful Dead, Grateful Dead 128
129 0 New 1 Asunder, Sweet And Other Distress, Godspeed You! Black Emperor 129

130 120 101 81 Love In The Future, John Legend 4
131 99 93 109 Take Care, Drake 1
132 136 135 46 Just As I Am, Brantley Gilbert 2
133 0 New 1 Blaster, Scott Weiland And The Wildabouts 133
134 106 81 29 X, Chris Brown 2
135 138 116 79 Pure Heroine, Lorde 3
136 121 112 27 BRINGING BACK THE SUNSHINE, Blake Shelton 1
137 72 14 3 Tracker, Mark Knopfler 14
138 31 – 2 Nashville: On The Record, Volume 2, Various Artists 31
139 140 127 90 Greatest Hits, 2Pac 3
140 137 155 7 Sex Playlist, Omarion 49
141 186 176 23 NOW 52, Various Artists 2
142 119 110 309 Greatest Hits, Guns N' Roses 3
143 0 RE 2 21 Totally 80s Hits, Various Artists 98
144 161 159 103 Red, Taylor Swift 1
145 110 – 69 Midnight Memories, One Direction 1
146 142 130 172 Back In Black, AC/DC 4
147 118 88 4 Bombs Away, Sheppard 31
148 126 105 33 Blacc Hollywood, Wiz Khalifa 1
149 0 RE 65 The Black Parade, My Chemical Romance 2
150 0 RE 33 Vessel, twenty one pilots 58
151 117 129 5 Glorious Day: Hymns Of Faith, Casting Crowns 52
152 135 120 55 Riser, Dierks Bentley 6
153 129 104 143 Songs About Jane, Maroon 5 6
154 139 134 205 Teenage Dream, Katy Perry 1
155 181 52 3 Saints And Sinners, Matt Maher 52
156 130 117 142 The Very Best Of The Eagles, Eagles 3
157 0 RE 26 This Is All Yours, alt-J 4
158 163 150 106 Based On A True Story ..., Blake Shelton 3
159 0 RE 10 Majestic, Kari Jobe 12
160 0 RE 150 Red River Blue, Blake Shelton 1
161 128 103 66 Because The Internet, Childish Gambino 7
162 180 185 105 Devil Without A Cause, Kid Rock 4
163 116 59 5 The Firewatcher's Daughter, Brandi Carlile 9
164 191 189 162 Dark Horse, Nickelback 2
165 0 New 1 We Are Harlot, We Are Harlot 165
166 12 – 2 I Don’t Like s**t, I Don’t Go Outside: An Album By Earl Sweatshirt, Earl Sweatshirt 12
167 149 139 205 Number Ones, Michael Jackson 13
168 133 86 48 Physical Graffiti, Led Zeppelin 1
169 187 – 290 Nevermind, Nirvana 1
170 170 186 83 Bad Blood, Bastille 11
171 0 RE 77 Greatest Hits 1970-2002, Elton John 12
172 164 153 77 Master Of Puppets, Metallica 29
173 159 152 49 Talk Dirty, Jason Derulo 4
174 152 147 16 Luca Brasi 2: A Gangsta Grillz Special Edition, Kevin Gates 38
175 177 179 26 Family, Lynyrd Skynyrd 154
176 185 198 26 WOW Hits 2015, Various Artists 23
177 151 168 341 Metallica, Metallica 1
178 145 162 112 Pitch Perfect, Soundtrack 3
179 0 RE 31 The Essential Billy Joel, Billy Joel 15
180 173 160 9 Full Speed, Kid Ink 14
181 96 8 3 FROOT, Marina And The Diamonds 8
182 124 100 17 Prayer, Robin Schulz 42
183 147 156 61 The Wrong Side Of Heaven...Volume 1, Five Finger Death Punch 2
184 175 144 94 Overexposed, Maroon 5 2
185 172 177 184 Recovery, Eminem 1
186 169 161 29 A.M., Chris Young 3
187 165 141 184 Tailgates & Tanlines, Luke Bryan 2
188 150 115 222 Chronicle The 20 Greatest Hits, Creedence Clearwater Revival 22
189 179 182 16 The Very Best Of Travis Tritt, Travis Tritt 124
190 156 140 212 The Legend Of Johnny Cash, Johnny Cash 5
191 160 170 100 Number One Hits, Tim McGraw 27
192 0 RE 26 The Best Of Nickelback: Volume 1, Nickelback 21
193 134 154 901 The Dark Side Of The Moon, Pink Floyd 1
194 143 126 55 G I R L, Pharrell Williams 2
195 171 174 42 Ultraviolence, Lana Del Rey 1
196 0 RE 73 God's Not Dead, newsboys 45
197 0 RE 60 An Awesome Wave, alt-J 80
198 0 RE 42 Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die!, Panic! At The Disco 2
199 0 RE 19 Bring You Back, Brett Eldredge 11
200 0 RE 69 A Fever You Can't Sweat Out, Panic! At The Disco 13
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Wale Rules With Second No. 1 Album, 'Furious 7' Soundtrack Drives to No. 2

As forecast, rapper Wale debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with his Seinfeld-inspired The Album About Nothing. It’s his second chart-topper, following his previous effort, 2013’s The Gifted.

With the No. 1 arrival, Wale beats out the surging Furious 7 soundtrack, which drives 17-2 and is the greatest gainer on the chart.

The Album About Nothing was released on March 31 through EBM Music/Maybach/Atlantic Records, and tallied 100,000 equivalent album units in the week ending April 5 (according to Nielsen Music). The Furious 7 album (on Universal Studios/Atlantic) shifted 74,000 (a gain of 202 percent).

The Billboard 200 chart ranks the most popular albums of the week based on multi-metric consumption, which includes traditional album sales, track equivalent albums (TEA) and streaming equivalent albums (SEA).

With both The Album About Nothing and Furious 7 at Nos. 1 and 2, Atlantic Records owns the top two slots for the first time since the July 19, 2014-dated chart. That week, Trey Songz’ Trigga (on Songbook/Atlantic) debuted at No. 1, while Ed Sheeran’s x (Atlantic) fell 1-2 in its second week.

Furious 7’s 15-position rise is the largest jump into the top two on the chart since the Les Miserables soundtrack zoomed 31 rungs (from No. 33 to No. 2) on the Jan. 12, 2013 chart.

The Les Miserables soundtrack debuted at No. 33 from only three full days of sales, as it was released on an off-cycle Friday (Dec. 21, 2012), four days before its parent film premiered in theaters. Then, once the album had a full week of sales (in the week ending Dec. 30, concurrent with the movie’s debut), the set flew to No. 2. Furious 7 is in its third week on the chart, but like Les Miserables, its swift chart climb on the current tally is owed to the film’s theatrical bow (on April 3).

Furious 7 is up 388 percent in traditional album sales (33,000 for the week), up 154 percent in track equivalent album units (38,000) and up 3 percent in streaming equivalent album units (3,000). Much of the soundtrack’s gain is owed to the performance of its multiple hit songs, especially Wiz Khalifa’s “See You Again.” It sold 168,000 downloads for the week (up 488 percent) and its video serves as a tribute to the film’s co-star Paul Walker, who died during filming of Furious 7.

Furious 7 just beats out the new album by one of Furious 7’s other co-stars, Ludacris. The hip-hop artist sees his new album Ludaversal bow at No. 3 with 73,000 units. It is his eighth top 10 album, and first full-length release since 2010’s Battle of the Sexes, which debuted at No. 1 with 137,000 units of pure album sales its first week.

Last week’s No. 1, Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp a Butterfly, falls to No. 4 in its third week with 65,000 units (down 47 percent).

Taylor Swift’s 1989 spends a 23rd consecutive week locked in the top five (its entire chart run), as it holds steady at No. 5 with just over 59,000 units. Only 10 albums have spent their first 23 weeks on the chart in the top five. The last to do so was Adele’s 21, which logged its first 39 weeks in the region back in 2011.

Sam Smith’s In the Lonely Hour dips 4-6 with 59,000 units (up 12 percent). It is the 35th nonconsecutive week in the top 10 for the album.

Darius Rucker debuts at No. 7 with Southern Style (57,000), clocking his fourth top 10 solo set. His last studio album, True Believers, debuted and peaked at No. 2. Southern Style also opens at No. 1 on the Top Country Albums chart, securing Rucker his fourth chart-topper on that list. He previously led the country tally with True Believers; Charleston, SC 1966 (in 2010) and Learn To Live (2008).

Rock act Death Cab For Cutie also stars in the top 10 with its new album Kintsugi. The Barsuk/Atlantic set enters at No. 8 with 56,000 units. It’s the fourth top 10 effort for the group, which was last in the top 10 with its previous studio effort, 2011’s Codes and Keys (No. 3 debut and peak). It’s also the third top 10 for Atlantic Records on the latest chart.

The soundtrack to Fifty Shades of Grey slides 3-9 in its eighth week on the tally, moving 54,000 units.

Rounding out the top 10 is the second top 10 album for singer/songwriter Sufjan Stevens, who debuts at No. 10 with Carrie & Lowell (53,000 units). Stevens was last in the top 10 with his previous studio release, 2010’s The Age of Adz, which debuted and peaked at No. 7. Stevens’ new album also debuts at No. 1 on Vinyl Albums, Tastemakers and Internet Albums charts.

Billboard 200 Chart Moves: Ed Sheeran Scores His Second Million-Selling Album
By Keith Caulfield | April 10, 2015 9:49 PM EDT

Also: One Direction’s “Take Me Home” crosses the 2 million sales mark, Van Halen’s second live album debuts & Taylor Swift’s top five reign continues.

The Billboard 200 chart ranks the week’s most popular albums based on their overall consumption. That overall unit figure combines pure album sales, track equivalent albums (TEA) and streaming equivalent albums (SEA).

Let’s take a closer look at some of the action on the chart:

— Taylor Swift, 1989 - No. 5 — The album has now spent its first 23 weeks in the top five of the chart. It is only the 10th set to achieve the feat since Billboard combined the tally's mono and stereo listings in 1963.

— Van Halen, Tokyo Dome Live In Concert – No. 20 — Van Halen debuts at No. 20 on the Billboard 200 with its new live album, Tokyo Dome Live In Concert. Remarkably, if the album -- its 16th chart entry -- goes no higher than No. 20, it will mark the lowest-charting effort for the band in its 37-year career on the tally. Tokyo Dome starts with 31,000 equivalent album units, nearly all from pure album sales. The set was promoted by a two-night performance on ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live on March 30 and 31, and an April 2 visit to The Ellen DeGeneres Show. The gigs were touted as the band’s first U.S. TV performances with singer David Lee Roth. Previous to this week, the only Van Halen title to miss the top 10 was their self-titled debut, which peaked at No. 19 on May 20, 1978 (after debuting at No. 149 on March 11).

The new set is the group’s second live album to chart, following Live: Right Here, Right Now, which debuted and peaked at No. 5 in 1993. That album featured Sammy Hagar on vocals, while the new release boasts Roth, who fronted the band from 1974-1985, later returning in 2006.

— The Maine, American Candy - No. 27 — With 14,000 copies sold, the band clocks its biggest sales week since 2010, when Black & White launched with 25,000 sold (at No. 16). The new set is also the group’s highest charting release since Black & White.

— One Direction, Four - No. 41 — Four, the group’s fourth album, is only 46,000 copies away from becoming the group’s fourth million-seller. Further, their second release, Take Me Home, surpassed 2 million in sales during the week ending March 29. It’s now one of two albums for the vocal group that have sold 2 million copies. It joins their debut set, Up All Night, which has sold 2.04 million. (One Direction’s third album, Midnight Memories, has sold 1.49 million.)

— NF, Mansion – No. 62 — Rapper NF sees his first full-length album, Mansion, debut at No. 62 on the Billboard 200 and at No. 1 on Top Christian Albums. The album moves in with 9,000 copies sold in the week ending April 5, with its overall first-week equivalent album unit total just over 10,000. NF (real name Nate Feuerstein) signed with Capitol Christian Music Group in 2014 and made his first Billboard chart appearance as the featured act on Flame’s “Start Over” (No. 7 peak on the Gospel Digital Songs dated Oct. 19, 2013).

— Ed Sheeran, + – No. 71 — In the sales week ending March 29, Sheeran's debut album, +, reached a million in total album sales. It was released in 2012. Both of Sheeran's albums are in the million-sellers club, as his second effort, 2014's x, has so far sold 1.4 million.

— Ringo Starr, Postcards From Paradise – No. 99 — Ringo Starr return to the Billboard 200 chart, notching his 16th charting album with Postcards From Paradise’s debut at No. 99. The album bows with 7,000 equivalent album units earned in the week ending April 5, according to Nielsen Music. Postcards comes nearly 45 years after he made his solo debut on the Billboard 200 with Sentimental Journey. That set started at No. 51 on the May 16, 1970-dated chart, on its way to a No. 22 peak the following month. Starr would visit the top 10 twice in his solo career, with 1973’s Ringo (peaking at No. 2 for two weeks behind Elton John’s Goodbye Yellow Brick Road) and 1974’s Goodnight Vienna (No. 8). Starr is the only member of The Beatles without a solo No. 1 album. As for his fellow Beatles, Paul McCartney has seven leaders (counting both his solo efforts and those with Wings), John Lennon has three, and George Harrison has two.

Though Starr lacks a No. 1 album, he does own a pair of chart-topping singles on the Billboard Hot 100, with “Photograph” and “You’re Sixteen.”

— Selena, Lo Mejor de - No. 102 — It's the 15th charting album for the late legend and her highest-ranking since 1999, when All My Hits Todos Mis Exitos peaked at No. 54. The new album was released on the 20th anniversary of her death, March 31. For the week ending April 5, Selena’s overall album sales grew by 262 percent to 9,000 sold. Her digital song sales also climbed: gaining 167 percent to 26,000 sold.

Selena’s non-programmed U.S. streams were also unsurprisingly up for the week, rising by 133 percent to 7.2 million. Her most-streamed song of the week was “Dreaming Of You,” with 788,000.
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I'd actually assumed One Direction had already passed the million mark with 'FOUR' but the fact that it'll undoubtedly get there and become their fourth of four to do so is still pretty impressive. Interesting that their last two albums have sold about 500k less than the one before (with 'Take Me Home' on 2m and 'Midnight Memories' on 1.49m). I'd imagine the next one will have strong opening sales as there'll probably be a lot of attention around it being their first as a four-piece which would mobilise their fanbase but, barring a smash hit, I'd say it'd be their most front-loaded yet and probably end their million selling streak.

Great to see Ed's '+' finally surpass the million mark. With 'x' at 1.4m and still in and around the top 10 thanks to 'Thinking Out Loud' going strong, I think it has the potential to get to two million in the long-run.


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Queen of the Clouds has really stuck it out well since its early US release, would be interesting to see how much it's sold so far ;o
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I can't actually believe Take Me Home has sold 2 million. I must be stupidly behind on my sales figured but the last I heard the first two 1D albums were more around 1.5-1.6 million sales. That could be as long as a year ago though ohmy.gif The trickle sales are real in any case.

FOUR selling a million already is surprising, its sales haven't fallen off from Midnight Memories as much as I expected really. But it does feel like something of a last hurrah, which is disappointing because it's obviously been such a "blah" album campaign in a variety of ways. They could have left a much better legacy than two good album campaigns and then a messy third and non-existent fourth.
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