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BILLBOARD 200 Week ending June 30, 2018

TW LW 2W Wks Title - Artist
1 ** 1 Youngblood - 5 Seconds Of Summer (142,000 (117,000 sales))
2 ** 1 EVERYTHING IS LOVE - The Carters (123,000 (70,000 sales))
3 24 23 14 ? - XXXTENTACION (94,000)
4 4 2 8 beerbongs & bentleys - Post Malone (82,000)
5 ** 1 Nasir - Nas (77,000 (49,000 sales))
6 ** 1 Liberation - Christina Aguilera (68,000 (62,000 sales))
7 60 58 43 17 - XXXTENTACION (55,000)
8 7 6 5 Goodbye & Good Riddance - Juice WRLD (43,000)
9 6 5 11 Invasion Of Privacy - Cardi B (43,000)
10 23 10 10 Rearview Town - Jason Aldean (38,000)
11 5 1 3 ye - Kanye West
12 8 7 28 The Greatest Showman - Soundtrack
13 ** 1 Redemption - Jay Rock
14 2 – 2 KIDS SEE GHOSTS - KIDS SEE GHOSTS
15 9 9 5 Harder Than Ever - Lil Baby
16 ** 1 Post Traumatic - Mike Shinoda
17 12 4 55 This One's For You - Luke Combs
18 13 11 33 Red Pill Blues - Maroon 5
19 10 8 4 Shawn Mendes - Shawn Mendes
20 14 16 80 Stoney - Post Malone
21 17 20 52 Evolve - Imagine Dragons
22 16 12 9 KOD - J. Cole
23 19 21 68 ÷ (Divide) - Ed Sheeran
24 18 17 21 Culture II - Migos
25 1 – 2 Come Tomorrow - Dave Matthews Band
26 3 – 2 The Mountain - Dierks Bentley
27 20 14 5 Love Yourself: Tear - BTS
28 ** 1 Living Proof - State Champs
29 26 24 81 Kane Brown - Kane Brown
30 RE 30 Revenge - XXXTENTACION
31 31 29 143 Hamilton: An American Musical - Original Broadway Cast Recording
32 27 26 5 13 Reasons Why, Season 2 - Soundtrack
33 28 25 68 American Teen - Khalid
34 25 – 2 Superfly (Soundtrack) - Future
35 ** 1 4275 - Jacquees
36 29 22 32 reputation - Taylor Swift
37 22 15 4 Testing - A$AP Rocky
38 32 27 62 DAMN. - Kendrick Lamar
39 21 19 19 Black Panther: The Album, Music From And Inspired By - Soundtrack
40 ** 1 SQUARE UP (EP) - BLACKPINK
41 ** 1 Free Rein - Rebelution
42 37 36 43 Luv Is Rage 2 - Lil Uzi Vert
43 38 38 11 Cosmic - Bazzi
44 34 33 12 The World Is Yours - Rich The Kid
45 39 37 24 Life Of A Dark Rose - Lil Skies
46 40 32 23 Camila - Camila Cabello
47 35 30 7 SR3MM - Rae Sremmurd, Swae Lee & Slim Jxmmi
48 36 28 6 Die Lit - Playboi Carti
49 54 54 145 Traveller - Chris Stapleton
50 46 43 66 More Life - Drake
51 48 46 41 Life Changes - Thomas Rhett
52 89 156 16 I Can Only Imagine: The Very Best Of MercyMe - MercyMe
53 30 13 4 DAYTONA - Pusha T
54 45 41 8 Until Death Call My Name - YoungBoy Never Broke Again
55 42 34 5 Reckless - NAV
56 52 47 112 Views - Drake
57 51 48 83 24K Magic - Bruno Mars
58 49 44 54 Ctrl - SZA
59 43 39 12 My Dear Melancholy, (EP) - The Weeknd
60 50 42 6 Voicenotes - Charlie Puth
61 58 56 230 The Essential Michael Jackson - Michael Jackson
62 53 45 7 Simi - BlocBoy JB
63 88 83 44 Project Baby Two - Kodak Black
64 61 63 71 Brett Young - Brett Young
65 56 49 51 Dua Lipa - Dua Lipa
66 63 57 293 Greatest Hits - Queen
67 62 55 43 Odisea - Ozuna
68 64 65 34 Heartbreak On A Full Moon - Chris Brown
69 ** 1 The Blues Is Alive And Well - Buddy Guy
70 59 52 17 DAY69 - 6ix9ine
71 78 77 37 Perception - NF
72 55 35 5 And Justice For None - Five Finger Death Punch
73 65 59 8 Ready (EP) - Ella Mai
74 67 61 55 hopeless fountain kingdom - Halsey
75 66 64 15 Bobby Tarantino II - Logic
76 73 79 26 Dont Smile At Me - Billie Eilish
77 72 72 83 Moana - Soundtrack
78 70 67 40 All Your Fault, Pt. 2 (EP) - Bebe Rexha
79 104 109 272 Greatest Hits - Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers
80 68 68 82 Starboy - The Weeknd
81 74 124 398 Curtain Call: The Hits - Eminem
82 80 84 299 Night Visions - Imagine Dragons
83 71 70 277 Take Care - Drake
84 79 74 8 Graffiti U - Keith Urban
85 196 – 230 Their Greatest Hits 1971-1975 - Eagles
86 85 86 527 Legend: The Best Of... - Bob Marley And The Wailers
87 44 – 2 NOW That's What I Call Country, Volume 11 - Various Artists
88 69 60 6 Activated - Tee Grizzley
89 75 71 11 Dex Meets Dexter - Famous Dex
90 91 85 28 What Makes You Country - Luke Bryan
91 ** 1 Head Over Heels - Chromeo
92 87 80 38 Tell Me You Love Me - Demi Lovato
93 83 78 33 The Thrill Of It All - Sam Smith
94 81 73 34 Without Warning - 21 Savage, Offset & Metro Boomin
95 76 76 8 Speak Your Mind - Anne-Marie
96 77 87 169 Greatest Hits So Far... - Zac Brown Band
97 11 – 2 Bigger - Sugarland
98 82 50 3 I met you when I was 18. (the playlist) - Lauv
99 92 88 20 Drip Season 3 - Gunna
100 95 94 517 Journey's Greatest Hits - Journey
101 90 81 27 The Beautiful & Damned - G-Eazy
102 105 108 372 Chronicle The 20 Greatest Hits - Creedence Clearwater Revival Featuring John Fogerty
103 47 3 3 Prequelle - Ghost
104 ** 1 Sunnyland - Mayday Parade
105 99 92 32 Diamonds - Elton John
106 101 99 14 Love, Simon - Soundtrack
107 97 95 209 x - Ed Sheeran
108 33 – 2 Good Man - Ne-Yo
109 138 133 230 Greatest Hits - Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band
110 84 69 5 Light Of Mine - KYLE
111 96 90 275 Rumours - Fleetwood Mac
112 100 97 35 H.E.R. - H.E.R.
113 86 51 4 Vibras - J Balvin
114 ** 1 Legendary Folk Songs - Peter Hollens
115 102 66 36 Beautiful Trauma - P!nk
116 98 93 94 Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight - Travis Scott
117 93 82 90 Illuminate - Shawn Mendes
118 103 100 73 Culture - Migos
119 110 111 162 Blurryface - twenty one pilots
120 109 103 94 Dig Your Roots - Florida Georgia Line
121 108 107 295 good kid, m.A.A.d city - Kendrick Lamar
122 111 106 147 Beauty Behind The Madness - The Weeknd
123 114 105 184 1989 - Taylor Swift
124 120 123 127 Death Of A Bachelor - Panic! At The Disco
125 117 114 191 Montevallo - Sam Hunt
126 RE 68 Vault: Greatest Hits 1980-1995 - Def Leppard
127 115 101 103 California Sunrise - Jon Pardi
128 107 98 185 2014 Forest Hills Drive - J. Cole
129 RE 117 All Eyez On Me - 2Pac
130 139 110 35 Love Yourself: Her - BTS
131 112 122 126 ANTI - Rihanna
132 121 120 440 Greatest Hits - Guns N' Roses
133 119 121 91 Trolls - Soundtrack
134 118 117 59 There's Really A Wolf - Russ
135 106 91 17 Beach House 3 - Ty Dolla $ign
136 122 139 59 From A Room: Volume 1 - Chris Stapleton
137 ** 1 International Artist - A Boogie Wit da Hoodie
138 123 129 41 Freudian - Daniel Caesar
139 ** 1 Master The Day Of Judgement - YoungBoy Never Broke Again
140 127 126 38 The Bigger Artist - A Boogie Wit da Hoodie
141 129 116 29 A Decade Of Destruction - Five Finger Death Punch
142 164 171 138 Sounds Of Summer:The Very Best Of The Beach Boys - The Beach Boys
143 125 125 242 Nothing Was The Same - Drake
144 137 143 313 Back In Black - AC/DC
145 132 168 29 From A Room: Volume 2 - Chris Stapleton
146 RE 31 The Very Best Of Daryl Hall John Oates - Daryl Hall John Oates
147 167 182 30 From The Fires - Greta Van Fleet
148 RE 25 All Time Greatest Hits - Lynyrd Skynyrd
149 178 169 98 Greatest Hits: The Ultimate Collection - Bon Jovi
150 133 131 488 Metallica - Metallica
151 149 172 264 Abbey Road - The Beatles
152 150 163 39 Happy Endings - Old Dominion
153 ** 1 Uncle Drew - Soundtrack
154 140 144 137 Tangled Up - Thomas Rhett
155 141 148 210 In The Lonely Hour - Sam Smith
156 128 118 15 Lil Boat 2 - Lil Yachty
157 156 174 322 1 - The Beatles
158 116 75 113 The Life Of Pablo - Kanye West
159 130 132 39 Trip - Jhene Aiko
160 148 152 133 Greatest Hits - The Notorious B.I.G.
161 144 150 380 Doo-Wops & Hooligans - Bruno Mars
162 151 159 8 If I Know Me - Morgan Wallen
163 147 149 250 Here's To The Good Times - Florida Georgia Line
164 15 – 2 Artificial Selection - Dance Gavin Dance
165 152 158 116 Reloaded: 20 #1 Hits - Blake Shelton
166 134 128 23 Live In No Shoes Nation - Kenny Chesney
167 162 192 257 Mothership - Led Zeppelin
168 RE 19 Greatest Hits: Volume 2 - Eagles
169 182 161 213 [Hybrid Theory] - Linkin Park
170 158 164 63 Memories...Do Not Open - The Chainsmokers
171 159 157 174 If You're Reading This It's Too Late - Drake
172 176 175 102 Dangerous Woman - Ariana Grande
173 143 145 143 T R A P S O U L - Bryson Tiller
174 41 – 2 Lost & Found - Jorja Smith
175 174 167 44 A Love Letter To You - Trippie Redd
176 136 102 7 NOW 66 - Various Artists
177 157 151 27 Too Hard - Lil Baby
178 153 142 110 Coloring Book - Chance The Rapper
179 200 197 107 Smoke + Mirrors - Imagine Dragons
180 177 155 6 Disobey - Bad Wolves
181 188 181 174 Greatest Hits - Red Hot Chili Peppers
182 154 179 50 Issa Album - 21 Savage
183 145 153 74 The Very Best Of Fleetwood Mac - Fleetwood Mac
184 170 178 59 Everybody - Logic
185 181 177 52 Grateful - DJ Khaled
186 RE 49 Hardwired...To Self-Destruct - Metallica
187 194 195 135 25 - Adele
188 180 166 76 "Awaken, My Love!" - Childish Gambino
189 RE 52 Pretty Girls Like Trap Music - 2 Chainz
190 124 127 29 Texoma Shore - Blake Shelton
191 166 147 27 Revival - Eminem
192 179 165 12 Golden Hour - Kacey Musgraves
193 131 130 7 Good Thing - Leon Bridges
194 161 162 224 Crash My Party - Luke Bryan
195 163 141 5 F.A.M.E. - Maluma
196 199 186 53 Woodstock - Portugal. The Man
197 126 89 5 Deadpool 2 - Soundtrack
198 155 146 7 ATTENTION ATTENTION - Shinedown
199 190 189 135 Purpose - Justin Bieber
200 185 160 29 War & Leisure - Miguel
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5 Seconds of Summer Earn Third No. 1 Album on Billboard 200 Chart With 'Youngblood'
6/24/2018 by Keith Caulfield

In a week where there’s no shortage of action at the top of the Billboard 200 albums chart, 5 Seconds of Summer debut at No. 1 with the band’s third full-length studio album, Youngblood. The set arrives atop the tally with 142,000 equivalent album units earned in the week ending June 21, according to Nielsen Music. Of that sum, 117,000 were in traditional album sales.

Youngblood was released on June 15 via One Mode/Capitol Records.

5 Seconds of Summer finish ahead of the surprise-release album from The Carters (the husband-and-wife team of JAY-Z and Beyoncé), new entries from Nas and Christina Aguilera, as well as two albums that return to the top 10 by late rapper/singer XXXTentacion.

Industry forecasters expected a race for No. 1 between Youngblood and The Carters’ Everything Is Love (No. 2 with 123,000 units), though ultimately Youngblood pulled out ahead in the last couple days of the tracking week thanks to a surge in album sales. The band whipped its fan base into a frenzy via social media, pointing out how it was in contention for No. 1, and its fans responded by snapping up albums. (Even Niall Horan got in on the action, tweeting how the album “has got to be the number 1 record this week.”)

Of Youngblood’s overall unit bow of 142,000, 117,000 were in album sales, 3,000 were in TEA units and 23,000 were in SEA units.

Youngblood gives 5 Seconds of Summer their third straight chart-topper, following the Australian band’s first two full-length studio sets: 2015’s Sounds Good Feels Good (which debuted with 192,000 units, with 179,000 in album sales) and its 2014 self-titled album (259,000 in album sales, before the chart transitioned to a consumption units-ranked list).

Further, 5 Seconds of Summer becomes the first Australian act with three No. 1 albums on the Billboard 200.

5 Seconds of Summer also extend their record as the only band (not vocal group) to debut at No. 1 with their first three full-length studio albums; it was already the first band to bow atop the list with its first two full-length studio sets. In addition to the three full-length studio efforts, the band has also charted with a live album (LIVESOS, No. 13 in 2015) and an introductory EP (She Looks So Perfect, No. 2 in 2014).

Youngblood bows at No. 1 from a full seven days of tracking activity. It was available across all streaming services, and for sale on CD, digital download, vinyl LP and cassette. The album was also assisted by sales generated by merchandise/album bundles sold via the group’s official site, as well as a concert ticket/album sale redemption offer with its 2018 U.S. tour.

Youngblood was announced on April 9, and slated for a June 22 release. By June 1, that release date was pushed up to June 15. Youngblood was introduced by the single “Want You Back,” which bowed on Feb. 22. The cut reached No. 25 on the Pop Songs airplay chart, and was followed by the album's title track, which has so-far climbed to No. 31 (on the most-recently-compiled chart, dated June 23).

As for Everything Is Love, it arrives in the runner-up slot with 123,000 units -- of which 70,000 were in traditional album sales, 4,000 in TEA units, and 49,000 in SEA units.

The album was surprise-released mid-day on June 16, and was initially only available to stream and purchase (as a digital album) through Tidal. By the morning of June 18, the set was widely available through subscription tiers on audio streaming services and to purchase through other digital retailers, like iTunes. It has not been announced if the album will be issued on CD or any other physical configuration.

Beyoncé and JAY-Z’s previous solo albums -- 2016's Lemonade and 2017's 4:44, respectively -- both opened at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. And, like Everything Is Love, those albums had a unique release rollout, making it difficult to compare their debuts to that of Everything Is Love.

Back on the new Billboard 200 chart, after the death of XXXTentacion on June 18, his previous No. 1, ? (which debuted atop the March 31-dated Billboard 200), vaults 24-3 with 94,000 units (up 397 percent). His previous top 10, the No. 2-peaking 17, in 2017, also rises, climbing 60-7 with 55,000 units (up 446 percent).

Post Malone sees his former No. 1, beerbongs & bentleys, holding steady at No. 4 with 82,000 units (down 10 percent).

Nas scores his 12th top 10 album, as Nasir starts at No. 5 with 77,000 units (49,000 in traditional album sales). The new effort is his first studio set since 2012’s No. 1-debuting Life Is Good.

Christina Aguilera, like Nas, is also back in the top 10 after a long absence. Her new album, Liberation, bows at No. 6 with 68,000 units (62,000 in album sales), granting the pop diva her seventh top 10 effort. She last debuted on the tally with 2012’s Lotus, which debuted and peaked at No. 7.

Rounding out the new top 10: Juice WRLD’s Goodbye & Good Riddance moves 7-8 (just over 43,000 units, down less than 1 percent),

Cardi B’s Invasion of Privacy slips 6-9 (43,000 units, down 6 percent) and

Jason Aldean’s Rearview Town bounds 23-10 (38,000 units, up 99 percent). The latter is boosted by sales generated from a concert ticket/album sale redemption offer with Aldean’s current tour.
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