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BILLBOARD 200 Week ending September 21, 2019

TW LW 2W Peak Wks Title Artist
1 -- -- 1 1 Hollywood's Bleeding Post Malone (489,000 (200,000 sales))
2 2 1 1 3 Lover Taylor Swift (104,000)
3 -- -- 3 1 K-12 (Soundtrack) Melanie Martinez (57,000 (30,000 sales))
4 5 2 1 4 So Much Fun Young Thug (53,000)
5 4 -- 4 2 We Love You Tecca Lil Tecca (49,000)
6 6 4 4 21 Cuz I Love You Lizzo (39,000)
7 1 -- 1 2 Fear Inoculum Tool (38,000)
8 7 6 1 24 When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? Billie Eilish (37,000)
9 3 -- 3 2 Norman f**king Rockwell! Lana Del Rey (35,000)
10 -- -- 10 1 The Highwomen The Highwomen (34,000 (29,000 sales))
11 8 9 1 11 Indigo Chris Brown
12 9 8 1 9 No.6 Collaborations Project Ed Sheeran
13 11 7 3 4 Quality Control: Control The Streets, Volume 2 Various Artists
14 10 20 1 58 ASTROWORLD Travis Scott
15 14 14 1 72 beerbongs & bentleys Post Malone
16 13 10 1 68 Shawn Mendes Shawn Mendes
17 15 12 2 12 7 (EP) Lil Nas X
18 12 11 1 23 Free Spirit Khalid
19 45 43 1 78 ? XXXTENTACION
20 16 13 1 10 Dreamville & J. Cole: Revenge Of The Dreamers III Various Artists
21 17 17 11 351 Greatest Hits Queen
22 -- -- 22 1 Artemis Lindsey Stirling
23 20 23 1 14 Happiness Begins Jonas Brothers
24 22 22 1 63 Scorpion Drake
25 21 21 7 28 Baby On Baby DaBaby
26 19 18 4 119 This One's For You Luke Combs
27 18 15 1 7 The Search NF
28 27 38 4 144 Stoney Post Malone
29 23 34 7 96 Diamonds Elton John
30 25 27 8 11 Perfect Ten Mustard
31 24 25 1 31 Thank U, Next Ariana Grande
32 28 29 6 14 Die A Legend Polo G
33 32 37 32 17 Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent Lewis Capaldi
34 29 28 14 90 Dont Smile At Me Billie Eilish
35 36 40 1 38 Hoodie SZN A Boogie Wit da Hoodie
36 33 33 6 64 Dan + Shay Dan + Shay
37 39 44 4 69 Goodbye & Good Riddance Juice WRLD
38 40 42 1 41 Championships Meek Mill
39 43 46 1 75 Invasion Of Privacy Cardi B
40 -- -- 40 1 Mirrorland EARTHGANG
41 31 19 2 5 Port of Miami 2 Rick Ross
42 44 45 1 27 Death Race For Love Juice WRLD
43 47 48 38 5 F.N Lil Tjay
44 -- -- 44 1 Dive Bar Saints Home Free
45 49 47 3 53 Look Up Child Lauren Daigle
46 50 52 3 207 Hamilton: An American Musical Original Broadway Cast Recording
47 51 50 1 132 ÷ (Divide) Ed Sheeran
48 48 49 4 132 American Teen Khalid
49 42 36 2 7 The Big Day Chance The Rapper
50 53 54 35 50 If I Know Me Morgan Wallen
51 41 30 1 6 Care Package Drake
52 37 31 7 6 Descendants 3 Soundtrack
53 52 41 4 6 Love Songs 4 The Streets 2 Lil Durk
54 54 51 1 49 A Star Is Born (Soundtrack) Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper
55 56 57 10 17 Fever Megan Thee Stallion
56 62 58 1 92 The Greatest Showman Soundtrack
57 80 -- 57 2 Steven Universe The Movie Soundtrack
58 59 61 4 14 The Prequel (EP) Luke Combs
59 65 65 4 49 Drip Harder Lil Baby & Gunna
60 60 60 22 436 Chronicle The 20 Greatest Hits Creedence Clearwater Revival Featuring John Fogerty
61 -- -- 61 1 Party Pack, Vol. 2 Shoreline Mafia
62 55 56 55 8 Coconut Oil (EP) Lizzo
63 58 59 1 209 Traveller Chris Stapleton
64 71 69 11 38 X 100PRE Bad Bunny
65 72 72 1 462 Curtain Call: The Hits Eminem
66 69 66 1 74 Rearview Town Jason Aldean
67 75 74 1 107 Luv Is Rage 2 Lil Uzi Vert
68 30 -- 30 2 Threads Sheryl Crow
69 79 73 3 29 Drip Or Drown 2 Gunna
70 129 122 3 58 Swimming Mac Miller
71 63 55 20 5 Soul Searching Bazzi
72 68 64 9 11 Oasis J Balvin & Bad Bunny
73 77 80 1 126 DAMN. Kendrick Lamar
74 70 62 2 17 Father Of Asahd DJ Khaled
75 66 53 3 5 ! Trippie Redd
76 76 94 1 44 Experiment Kane Brown
77 82 79 2 34 Victory Lap Nipsey Hussle
78 67 67 5 591 Legend: The Best Of... Bob Marley And The Wailers
79 78 70 1 64 Pray For The Wicked Panic! At The Disco
80 46 35 1 5 We Are Not Your Kind Slipknot
81 90 82 5 48 Ella Mai Ella Mai
82 81 63 1 17 IGOR Tyler, The Creator
83 35 5 5 3 TM104: The Legend Of The Snowman Jeezy
84 89 91 1 341 Take Care Drake
85 92 83 1 38 I Am > I Was 21 Savage
86 83 90 3 289 Greatest Hits 2Pac
87 95 84 1 176 Views Drake
88 85 81 2 116 Evolve Imagine Dragons
89 88 87 1 385 1 The Beatles
90 87 88 15 160 The Essential Billy Joel Billy Joel
91 73 130 1 158 Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight Travis Scott
92 -- -- 92 1 How It Feels To Be Lost Sleeping With Sirens
93 91 89 1 15 Center Point Road Thomas Rhett
94 99 100 4 27 GIRL Maren Morris
95 100 97 1 326 Abbey Road The Beatles
96 94 86 2 322 Greatest Hits Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers
97 93 78 8 7 Dum And Dummer Key Glock & Young Dolph
98 96 99 1 337 Rumours Fleetwood Mac
99 97 95 2 147 Moana Soundtrack
100 102 103 1 50 Tha Carter V Lil Wayne
101 61 3 3 3 GINGER BrockHampton
102 101 101 1 56 Sweetener Ariana Grande
103 106 109 1 130 More Life Drake
104 109 110 14 75 Cosmic Bazzi
105 104 107 4 376 Back In Black AC/DC
106 117 114 2 107 17 XXXTENTACION
107 103 108 5 145 Kane Brown Kane Brown
108 120 125 23 99 H.E.R. H.E.R.
109 -- 111 3 486 Greatest Hits Guns N' Roses
110 127 121 3 118 Ctrl SZA
111 121 118 3 69 Harder Than Ever Lil Baby
112 130 115 1 101 Perception NF
113 119 116 1 39 Dying To Live Kodak Black
114 131 120 1 249 2014 Forest Hills Drive J. Cole
115 64 -- 64 2 Chasing Summer SiR
116 133 127 1 146 Starboy The Weeknd
117 125 85 85 9 ICY Saweetie
118 113 113 2 47 Bohemian Rhapsody (Soundtrack) Queen
119 105 102 56 5 Everything Changed... (EP) Social House
120 98 105 20 228 Greatest Hits So Far... Zac Brown Band
121 126 92 1 248 1989 Taylor Swift
122 124 104 17 11 Legendary Tyga
123 187 152 1 45 Cry Pretty Carrie Underwood
124 139 135 1 54 Kamikaze Eminem
125 137 129 1 85 Culture II Migos
126 146 141 15 38 Realer YoungBoy Never Broke Again
127 108 77 14 4 Ascend Illenium
128 132 128 1 291 Their Greatest Hits 1971-1975 Eagles
129 143 138 1 210 Beauty Behind The Madness The Weeknd
130 138 117 1 25 Bad Habits NAV
131 134 126 31 294 The Essential Michael Jackson Michael Jackson
132 128 96 1 96 reputation Taylor Swift
133 107 106 4 30 Can't Say I Ain't Country Florida Georgia Line
134 154 142 3 66 Die Lit Playboi Carti
135 142 167 6 16 Aladdin (2019) Soundtrack
136 145 139 1 192 Greatest Hits The Notorious B.I.G.
137 111 93 13 7 The Lost Boy YBN Cordae
138 141 133 2 359 good kid, m.A.A.d city Kendrick Lamar
139 152 132 4 56 Golden Hour Kacey Musgraves
140 144 137 67 43 Feed Tha Streets II Roddy Ricch
141 -- 124 56 71 All Time Greatest Hits Lynyrd Skynyrd
142 162 161 1 87 Camila Camila Cabello
143 157 149 7 72 Until Death Call My Name YoungBoy Never Broke Again
144 153 144 20 36 I Am You YNW Melly
145 74 75 10 581 Journey's Greatest Hits Journey
146 147 134 18 225 Greatest Hits Red Hot Chili Peppers
147 164 154 2 41 Street Gossip Lil Baby
148 163 146 1 189 ANTI Rihanna
149 169 155 2 272 In The Lonely Hour Sam Smith
150 160 148 1 273 x Ed Sheeran
151 38 -- 26 4 i,i Bon Iver
152 122 123 8 294 Greatest Hits Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band
153 161 151 3 45 BALLADS 1 Joji
154 156 140 2 363 Night Visions Imagine Dragons
155 159 157 1 45 Not All Heroes Wear Capes Metro Boomin
156 136 131 16 179 Sounds Of Summer: The Very Best Of The Beach Boys The Beach Boys
157 150 119 5 10 Hotel Diablo Machine Gun Kelly
158 170 162 1 144 Blonde Frank Ocean
159 168 -- 1 144 The Life Of Pablo Kanye West
160 167 164 30 15 Wildboy Calboy
161 158 147 1 226 Blurryface twenty one pilots
162 26 32 2 39 Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse Soundtrack
163 148 136 11 162 California Sunrise Jon Pardi
164 179 184 8 191 T R A P S O U L Bryson Tiller
165 175 170 3 36 A Love Letter To You 3 Trippie Redd
166 181 163 29 85 A Decade Of Destruction Five Finger Death Punch
167 114 198 2 110 AEnima Tool
168 155 145 45 32 Marshmello: Fortnite Extended Set Marshmello
169 182 168 1 302 Nothing Was The Same Drake
170 178 178 1 105 Life Changes Thomas Rhett
171 140 176 2 325 Born To Die Lana Del Rey
172 171 160 4 45 LoVE me NOw? Tory Lanez
173 -- 191 1 430 21 Adele
174 -- -- 51 5 Greatest Hits: You Never Saw Coming Kid Rock
175 -- 177 44 32 Last Day Of Summer Summer Walker
176 172 181 2 147 24K Magic Bruno Mars
177 186 166 1 438 Nevermind Nirvana
178 196 187 32 75 Ultimate Sinatra Frank Sinatra
179 194 186 3 438 Doo-Wops & Hooligans Bruno Mars
180 173 172 35 73 The Definitive Collection Stevie Wonder
181 190 173 4 29 FATHER OF 4 Offset
182 184 156 81 7 Suenos Sech
183 174 185 1 383 Thriller Michael Jackson
184 -- 199 2 55 Queen Nicki Minaj
185 180 165 2 49 Trench twenty one pilots
186 86 -- 86 2 I Used To Know Her H.E.R.
187 188 179 2 44 Origins Imagine Dragons
188 197 180 2 97 Red Pill Blues Maroon 5
189 -- 190 27 32 We All Shine YNW Melly
190 176 169 34 58 The Very Best Of Daryl Hall John Oates Daryl Hall John Oates
191 191 194 5 144 Greatest Hits: The Ultimate Collection Bon Jovi
192 116 -- 1 45 Lateralus Tool
193 -- -- 3 88 Heartbreak On A Full Moon Chris Brown
194 -- -- 1 67 KOD J. Cole
195 177 153 4 320 Hot Rocks 1964-1971 The Rolling Stones
196 189 159 7 16 4REAL 4REAL YG
197 -- -- 6 117 Cry Baby Melanie Martinez
198 166 150 1 22 Map Of The Soul: PERSONA BTS
199 -- 195 1 64 Youngblood 5 Seconds Of Summer
200 -- -- 25 88 Freudian Daniel Caesar
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Post Malone Scores Second No. 1 Album on Billboard 200 With 'Hollywood's Bleeding'
9/15/2019 by Keith Caulfield

Post Malone charges in at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart with Hollywood’s Bleeding. The set opens with 489,000 equivalent album units earned in the week ending Sept. 12 in the U.S., according to Nielsen Music -- the second-biggest week of 2019 for any album. Of that total unit sum, 200,000 were in album sales.

Further, the album racked up 365.4 million on-demand audio streams for its tracks in its first week, delivering 2019’s biggest streaming week for an album.

Hollywood’s Bleeding is Post Malone’s second No. 1, following 2018’s beerbongs & bentleys, which debuted with 461,000 units (of which 153,000 were in album sales). The new album was released on Sept. 6 via Republic Records.

Hollywood’s Bleeding was preceded by four smash singles on the Billboard Hot 100: “Sunflower (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse)” with Swae Lee (No. 1), “Wow.” (No. 2), “Goodbyes,” featuring Young Thug (No. 3) and “Circles” (No. 7, through the most recently published chart, dated Sept. 14).

2019’s Biggest Streaming Week: Of Hollywood’s Bleeding’s total debut of 489,000 units, album sales contributed 200,000, while TEA units were 11,000 and SEA units equaled 278,000. The latter sum translates to 365.4 million on-demand audio streams of the album’s 17 songs during the tracking week. As noted earlier, that sum is the biggest streaming week for an album in 2019. (The previous biggest streaming week of the year belonged to the debut frame of Ariana Grande’s Thank U, Next, with 307.1 million racked up in the week ending Feb. 14.)

The Year’s Second-Biggest Week for an Album in Total Units: Hollywood’s Bleeding’s total unit start logs the second-largest frame of 2019, trailing only the debut week of Taylor Swift’s Lover (867,000 on the chart dated Sept. 7).

Republic Rules: Notably, both Hollywood’s Bleeding and Lover were released via Republic Records. Republic now holds the four biggest weeks of 2019 for an album: the debut frames of Lover (867,000), Hollywood’s Bleeding (489,000), Jonas Brothers’ Happiness Begins (414,000; chart dated June 22) and Grande’s Thank U, Next (360,000; chart dated Feb. 23).

Sturdy Sales: Of Hollywood’s Bleeding total unit start, album sales comprised 200,000. That’s the biggest sales week yet for Post Malone, surpassing the 153,000 start of beerbongs & bentleys. The new album’s sales were boosted by a concert ticket/album sale redemption offer with Post Malone’s tour, as well as an array of merchandise/album bundles sold via the artist’s official webstore.

Hooray for Hollywood: Hollywood’s Bleeding is the second No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 with the word Hollywood in its title. Previously, Wiz Khalifa’s Blacc Hollywood topped the list for one week on Sept. 6, 2014.

Back on the new Billboard 200, Taylor Swift’s Lover holds in the runner-up slot for a second week, with 104,000 equivalent album units earned (down 42%). Lover is in its third week on the list, and bowed at No. 1 with 867,000. Thus, Lover has earned over 100,000 in its first three weeks on the list, making it just the second album to tally 100,000-plus units in three weeks in 2019 after Grande’s Thank U, Next (which claimed 100,000-plus in its first three weeks as well).

Melanie Martinez earns her second top 10 album and highest charting set yet, as K-12 debuts at No. 3 on the new Billboard 200 with 57,000 equivalent album units (with 30,000 of that sum in album sales). K-12 is Martinez’s second full-length studio set, following 2015’s Cry Baby, which debuted and peaked at No. 6 on the Sept. 5, 2015-dated list with 40,000 units in its first week (32,000 in album sales). Cry Baby went on to earn 1.4 million units, and collecting 1.1 billion on-demand audio streams for its tracks.

Young Thug’s former No. 1 So Much Fun rises one spot to No. 4 on the new Billboard 200, with 53,000 equivalent album units (down 14%). Lil Tecca’s We Love You Tecca dips 4-5 with 49,000 units (down 28%) and Lizzo’s Cuz I Love You is steady at No. 6 with 39,000 units (down 14%).

Tool’s Fear Inoculum falls from No. 1 to No. 7 in its second week, with 38,000 equivalent album units earned (down 86%).

Billie Eilish’s When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? descends 7-8 with 37,000 equivalent album units earned (down 4%). The album debuted at No. 1 six months ago, and has yet to depart the top 10.

Lana Del Rey’s Norman f**king Rockwell! falls 3-9 in its second week, with 35,000 equivalent album units earned (down 66%).

Lastly, all-star quartet The Highwomen sees their self-titled debut album bow at No. 10 with 34,000 equivalent album units (with 29,000 of that sum in album sales). The four-member act comprises Brandi Carlile, Natalie Hemby, Maren Morris and Amanda Shires. Combined, the four performers have individually tallied 12 top 20-charting albums across the Top Country Albums and Americana/Folk Albums charts.
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wow Lana getting a 2nd week top 10 with 35k!!!!
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