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BILLBOARD 200 Week ending January 23, 2021

TW LW 2W Wks Title ‒ Artist (Peak)

1 ** 1 Dangerous: The Double Album ‒ Morgan Wallen ( 1 ) (265,000 (74,000 sales))
2 1 2 5 Evermore ‒ Taylor Swift ( 1 ) (55,000)
3 3 4 28 Shoot For The Stars Aim For The Moon ‒ Pop Smoke ( 1 ) (47,000)
4 ** 1 Heaux Tales ‒ Jazmine Sullivan ( 4 ) (43,000)
5 2 3 4 The Voice ‒ Lil Durk ( 2 ) (42,000)
6 14 25 43 After Hours ‒ The Weeknd ( 1 ) (35,000)
7 4 5 11 Positions ‒ Ariana Grande ( 1 ) (34,000)
8 7 8 62 What You See Is What You Get ‒ Luke Combs ( 1 ) (31,000)
9 9 11 27 Legends Never Die ‒ Juice WRLD ( 1 ) (31,000)
10 6 7 8 Good News ‒ Megan Thee Stallion ( 2 ) (31,000)
11 10 13 46 My Turn ‒ Lil Baby ( 1 )
12 8 9 7 El Ultimo Tour del Mundo ‒ Bad Bunny ( 1 )
13 12 15 25 F*ck Love ‒ The Kid LAROI ( 3 )
14 11 6 25 Folklore ‒ Taylor Swift ( 1 )
15 ** 1 Barry Gibb & Friends: Greenfields: The Gibb Brothers Songbook, Vol. I ‒ Barry Gibb ( 15 )
16 16 18 71 Hollywood's Bleeding ‒ Post Malone ( 1 )
17 13 16 57 Fine Line ‒ Harry Styles ( 1 )
18 5 1 3 Whole Lotta Red ‒ Playboi Carti ( 1 )
19 15 10 51 Music To Be Murdered By ‒ Eminem ( 1 )
20 17 19 5 Thats What They All Say ‒ Jack Harlow ( 5 )
21 20 31 41 Future Nostalgia ‒ Dua Lipa ( 4 )
22 21 23 277 Hamilton: An American Musical ‒ Original Broadway Cast ( 2 )
23 22 26 139 Goodbye & Good Riddance ‒ Juice WRLD ( 4 )
24 19 22 7 Plastic Hearts ‒ Miley Cyrus ( 2 )
25 24 42 16 Tickets To My Downfall ‒ Machine Gun Kelly ( 1 )
26 23 34 39 BLAME IT ON BABY ‒ DaBaby ( 1 )
27 18 14 5 Man On The Moon III: The Chosen ‒ Kid Cudi ( 2 )
28 26 38 35 The GOAT ‒ Polo G ( 2 )
29 25 29 9 Starting Over ‒ Chris Stapleton ( 3 )
30 31 44 9 Pluto x Baby Pluto ‒ Future & Lil Uzi Vert ( 2 )
31 34 47 120 If I Know Me ‒ Morgan Wallen ( 13 )
32 44 85 188 Ctrl ‒ SZA ( 3 )
33 27 40 421 Greatest Hits ‒ Queen ( 8 )
34 28 30 94 When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? ‒ Billie Eilish ( 1 )
35 29 39 189 This One's For You ‒ Luke Combs ( 4 )
36 32 41 97 Death Race For Love ‒ Juice WRLD ( 1 )
37 33 43 46 YHLQMDLG ‒ Bad Bunny ( 2 )
38 35 46 41 Pray 4 Love ‒ Rod Wave ( 2 )
39 38 55 45 Eternal Atake ‒ Lil Uzi Vert ( 1 )
40 36 45 407 Rumours ‒ Fleetwood Mac ( 1 )
41 30 35 6 Wonder ‒ Shawn Mendes ( 1 )
42 37 60 87 Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent ‒ Lewis Capaldi ( 20 )
43 40 53 15 Savage Mode II ‒ 21 Savage & Metro Boomin ( 1 )
44 43 63 67 Over It ‒ Summer Walker ( 2 )
45 68 112 63 Hot Pink ‒ Doja Cat ( 9 )
46 42 62 142 beerbongs & bentleys ‒ Post Malone ( 1 )
47 55 65 11 Welcome To O'Block ‒ King Von ( 5 )
48 45 59 58 Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial ‒ Roddy Ricch ( 1 )
49 46 64 18 Top ‒ YoungBoy Never Broke Again ( 1 )
50 39 21 8 BE ‒ BTS ( 1 )
51 49 74 45 Chilombo ‒ Jhene Aiko ( 2 )
52 47 57 128 ASTROWORLD ‒ Travis Scott ( 1 )
53 48 51 166 Diamonds ‒ Elton John ( 7 )
54 41 50 429 good kid, m.A.A.d city ‒ Kendrick Lamar ( 2 )
55 53 77 133 Scorpion ‒ Drake ( 1 )
56 52 52 160 Dont Smile At Me ‒ Billie Eilish ( 14 )
57 50 79 319 2014 Forest Hills Drive ‒ J. Cole ( 1 )
58 54 75 73 Lover ‒ Taylor Swift ( 1 )
59 56 78 20 B4 The Storm ‒ Internet Money ( 10 )
60 67 87 148 ? ‒ XXXTENTACION ( 1 )
61 61 80 511 Curtain Call: The Hits ‒ Eminem ( 1 )
62 59 81 35 High Off Life ‒ Future ( 1 )
63 51 58 279 Traveller ‒ Chris Stapleton ( 1 )
64 58 82 214 Stoney ‒ Post Malone ( 4 )
65 60 92 651 Journey's Greatest Hits ‒ Journey ( 10 )
66 57 76 506 Chronicle The 20 Greatest Hits ‒ Creedence Clearwater Revival ( 18 )
67 69 96 34 Wunna ‒ Gunna ( 1 )
68 63 91 52 Manic ‒ Halsey ( 2 )
69 77 103 49 Meet The Woo, V.2 ‒ Pop Smoke ( 7 )
70 70 94 202 ÷ (Divide) ‒ Ed Sheeran ( 1 )
71 64 71 202 American Teen ‒ Khalid ( 4 )
72 62 72 101 Thank U, Next ‒ Ariana Grande ( 1 )
73 72 86 446 Back In Black ‒ AC/DC ( 4 )
74 71 90 661 Legend: The Best Of... ‒ Bob Marley And The Wailers ( 5 )
75 76 100 37 Dark Lane Demo Tapes ‒ Drake ( 2 )
76 74 89 455 1 ‒ The Beatles ( 1 )
77 78 97 61 Frozen II ‒ Soundtrack ( 1 )
78 66 84 453 Thriller ‒ Michael Jackson ( 1 )
79 75 68 396 Abbey Road ‒ The Beatles ( 1 )
80 79 102 518 Greatest Hits ‒ Guns N' Roses ( 3 )
81 99 126 280 Beauty Behind The Madness ‒ The Weeknd ( 1 )
82 86 117 177 Luv Is Rage 2 ‒ Lil Uzi Vert ( 1 )
83 101 129 216 Starboy ‒ The Weeknd ( 1 )
84 88 119 8 Hey World ‒ Lee Brice ( 45 )
85 92 111 196 DAMN. ‒ Kendrick Lamar ( 1 )
86 85 108 11 Love Goes ‒ Sam Smith ( 5 )
87 89 134 212 Blonde ‒ Frank Ocean ( 1 )
88 80 107 318 1989 ‒ Taylor Swift ( 1 )
89 96 135 411 Take Care ‒ Drake ( 1 )
90 81 109 30 Goldmine ‒ Gabby Barrett ( 27 )
91 91 128 356 Greatest Hits ‒ 2Pac ( 3 )
92 103 149 214 Moana ‒ Soundtrack ( 2 )
93 93 122 21 Mixtape, Vol. 1 (EP) ‒ Kane Brown ( 15 )
94 84 106 123 Swimming ‒ Mac Miller ( 3 )
95 65 36 8 Resonance, Pt. 1 ‒ NCT ( 6 )
96 87 105 130 AM ‒ Arctic Monkeys ( 6 )
97 82 131 11 Timeless: The All-Time Greatest Hits ‒ Bee Gees ( 41 )
98 97 130 91 Cuz I Love You ‒ Lizzo ( 4 )
99 94 118 392 Greatest Hits ‒ Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers ( 2 )
100 107 -- 219 The Essential Billy Joel ‒ Billy Joel ( 15 )
101 95 88 507 Nevermind ‒ Nirvana ( 1 )
102 83 114 70 Harry Styles ‒ Harry Styles ( 1 )
103 105 99 72 IGOR ‒ Tyler, The Creator ( 1 )
104 106 138 145 Invasion Of Privacy ‒ Cardi B ( 1 )
105 102 116 93 Free Spirit ‒ Khalid ( 1 )
106 RE -- 21 Chapter I: Snake Oil ‒ Diplo Presents Thomas Wesley ( 50 )
107 108 139 53 Time Served ‒ Moneybagg Yo ( 3 )
108 115 146 257 Greatest Hits ‒ The Notorious B.I.G. ( 1 )
109 98 98 15 The Album ‒ BLACKPINK ( 2 )
110 114 125 47 MAP OF THE SOUL : 7 ‒ BTS ( 1 )
111 111 137 162 The Greatest Showman ‒ Soundtrack ( 1 )
112 119 159 83 Die A Legend ‒ Polo G ( 6 )
113 110 136 17 Code Red ‒ Moneybagg Yo & Blac Youngsta ( 6 )
114 100 147 13 Heaven & Hell ‒ Ava Max ( 27 )
115 113 104 376 Born To Die ‒ Lana Del Rey ( 2 )
116 121 153 64 True 2 Myself ‒ Lil Tjay ( 5 )
117 116 67 36 Just Cause Y'all Waited 2 ‒ Lil Durk ( 2 )
118 136 166 193 Hozier ‒ Hozier ( 2 )
119 RE 148 168 50 Number Ones ‒ George Strait ( 1 )
120 134 177 251 ANTI ‒ Rihanna ( 1 )
121 120 168 244 Views ‒ Drake ( 1 )
122 112 115 157 Man On The Moon: The End Of Day ‒ Kid Cudi ( 4 )
123 122 152 62 Ghetto Gospel ‒ Rod Wave ( 10 )
124 117 132 186 Evolve ‒ Imagine Dragons ( 2 )
125 135 180 76 The Search ‒ NF ( 1 )
126 123 165 79 Indigo ‒ Chris Brown ( 1 )
127 118 144 50 Circles ‒ Mac Miller ( 3 )
128 128 161 502 Doo-Wops & Hooligans ‒ Bruno Mars ( 3 )
129 133 170 175 17 ‒ XXXTENTACION ( 2 )
130 124 151 12 Levon James ‒ King Von ( 40 )
131 125 162 67 KIRK ‒ DaBaby ( 1 )
132 141 172 107 X 100PRE ‒ Bad Bunny ( 11 )
133 109 127 177 Greatest Hits ‒ Fleetwood Mac ( 14 )
134 138 174 64 AI YoungBoy 2 ‒ YoungBoy Never Broke Again ( 1 )
135 150 186 10 Dreamland ‒ Glass Animals ( 7 )
136 129 155 54 JACKBOYS ‒ JACKBOYS ( 1 )
137 RE -- 22 It Was Good Until It Wasn't ‒ Kehlani ( 2 )
138 130 167 37 SOUTHSIDE ‒ Sam Hunt ( 5 )
139 144 182 72 So Much Fun ‒ Young Thug ( 1 )
140 142 158 286 Blurryface ‒ twenty one pilots ( 1 )
141 126 140 9 Until I Return ‒ YoungBoy Never Broke Again ( 10 )
142 147 197 76 Dreamville & J. Cole: Revenge Of The Dreamers III ‒ Various Artists ( 1 )
143 RE -- 7 High School Musical: The Musical, The Series ‒ Soundtrack ( 31 )
144 140 183 235 Sounds Of Summer: The Very Best Of The Beach Boys ‒ The Beach Boys ( 16 )
145 137 163 20 Papi Juancho ‒ Maluma ( 34 )
146 139 -- 109 All Time Greatest Hits ‒ Lynyrd Skynyrd ( 56 )
147 159 -- 154 Graduation ‒ Kanye West ( 1 )
148 160 -- 192 More Life ‒ Drake ( 1 )
149 152 -- 117 Look Up Child ‒ Lauren Daigle ( 3 )
150 RE 176 45 Changes ‒ Justin Bieber ( 1 )
151 175 -- 68 Back From The Edge ‒ James Arthur ( 39 )
152 RE -- 2 Love Scars: The 5 Stages Of Emotions (EP) ‒ Yung Bleu ( 82 )
153 155 193 224 Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight ‒ Travis Scott ( 1 )
154 158 196 46 Artist 2.0 ‒ A Boogie Wit da Hoodie ( 2 )
155 148 192 358 Greatest Hits ‒ Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band ( 8 )
156 163 -- 357 Nothing Was The Same ‒ Drake ( 1 )
157 165 -- 32 Slime & B ‒ Chris Brown & Young Thug ( 24 )
158 149 188 14 Nectar ‒ Joji ( 3 )
159 127 113 138 Ultimate Sinatra ‒ Frank Sinatra ( 32 )
160 146 156 590 Metallica ‒ Metallica ( 1 )
161 164 -- 315 In The Lonely Hour ‒ Sam Smith ( 2 )
162 162 -- 101 Hoodie SZN ‒ A Boogie Wit da Hoodie ( 1 )
163 173 -- 231 T R A P S O U L ‒ Bryson Tiller ( 8 )
164 143 -- 75 Flower Boy ‒ Tyler, The Creator ( 2 )
165 132 150 33 Chromatica ‒ Lady Gaga ( 1 )
166 RE -- 47 Greatest Hits ‒ Blink-182 ( 6 )
167 154 -- 117 Hotel California ‒ Eagles ( 1 )
168 RE -- 5 Twenty Years Of Rascal Flatts: The Greatest Hits ‒ Rascal Flatts ( 87 )
169 174 -- 190 Greatest Hits: The Ultimate Collection ‒ Bon Jovi ( 5 )
170 183 -- 112 Drip Harder ‒ Lil Baby & Gunna ( 4 )
171 177 -- 158 H.E.R. ‒ H.E.R. ( 23 )
172 196 -- 29 Kid Krow ‒ Conan Gray ( 5 )
173 170 199 19 Top Shotta ‒ NLE Choppa ( 10 )
174 194 -- 105 A Star Is Born (Soundtrack) ‒ Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper ( 1 )
175 169 -- 18 **** The World ‒ Brent Faiyaz ( 20 )
176 RE -- 148 Greatest Hits ‒ Foo Fighters ( 11 )
177 131 141 957 The Dark Side Of The Moon ‒ Pink Floyd ( 1 )
178 153 -- 57 A Love Letter To You 4 ‒ Trippie Redd ( 1 )
179 193 -- 241 [Hybrid Theory] ‒ Linkin Park ( 2 )
180 186 -- 164 Perception ‒ NF ( 1 )
181 190 -- 2 Take Time ‒ Giveon ( 181 )
182 179 -- 111 The Very Best Of Daryl Hall John Oates ‒ Daryl Hall John Oates ( 34 )
183 171 -- 47 9 ‒ Jason Aldean ( 2 )
184 182 -- 287 Greatest Hits So Far... ‒ Zac Brown Band ( 20 )
185 161 178 35 Purgatory ‒ Tyler Childers ( 106 )
186 168 191 134 Purple Rain (Soundtrack) ‒ Prince And The Revolution ( 1 )
187 192 -- 497 21 ‒ Adele ( 1 )
188 176 -- 52 Fully Loaded: God's Country ‒ Blake Shelton ( 2 )
189 200 -- 113 Harder Than Ever ‒ Lil Baby ( 3 )
190 RE -- 118 Elv1s: 30 #1 Hits ‒ Elvis Presley ( 1 )
191 167 187 10 Pegasus ‒ Trippie Redd ( 2 )
192 RE -- 10 Poetic Pain ‒ Toosii ( 17 )
193 185 -- 72 No.6 Collaborations Project ‒ Ed Sheeran ( 1 )
194 187 184 6 Wish Me Well 3 ‒ YFN Lucci ( 49 )
195 188 -- 4 The Best Of Bill Withers: Lean On Me ‒ Bill Withers ( 131 )
196 RE -- 7 Missunderstood ‒ Queen Naija ( 9 )
197 198 -- 136 A Decade Of Destruction ‒ Five Finger Death Punch ( 29 )
198 RE -- 33 Frozen: The Songs ‒ Soundtrack ( 16 )
199 184 -- 27 Wildcard ‒ Miranda Lambert ( 4 )
200 90 37 4 McCartney III ‒ Paul McCartney ( 2 )
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Morgan Wallen's 'Dangerous: The Double Album' Debuts at No. 1 on Billboard 200, Breaks Country Streaming Record
By Keith Caulfield | 1/17/2021

Morgan Wallen’s Dangerous: The Double Album debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart in record-setting fashion, as it garners the largest streaming week ever for a country album. The 30-song album — Wallen’s first leader — further logs the largest overall week, by units earned, for a country set in over two years.

Dangerous, released on Jan. 8 via Big Loud/Republic Records, starts with 265,000 equivalent album units earned in the U.S. in the week ending Jan. 14, according to MRC Data.

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. The new Jan. 23, 2021-dated chart (where Dangerous debuts at No. 1) will be posted in full on Billboard's website on Jan. 20. For all chart news, follow Billboard and Billboardcharts on both Twitter and Instagram.

Of Dangerous’ 265,000 equivalent album units earned in the tracking week ending Jan. 14, SEA units comprise 184,000 (equaling 240.18 million on-demand streams of the album’s songs), album sales comprise 74,000 and TEA units comprise 7,000. (Of Dangerous’ 74,000 in album sales, digital download album sales comprise 50,000.)

Dangerous is Wallen’s second full-length album, following 2018’s If I Know Me, which peaked at No. 13 on the Aug. 29, 2020-dated chart. It has spent over 110 weeks on the tally and earned 1.7 million equivalent album units, while its songs have accrued 2.4 billion on-demand streams.

Prior to Dangerous’ release, the singer-songwriter had snared 13 charting hits on the Hot Country Songs chart, including eight top 10s (two of which reached No. 1). On the all-genre Billboard Hot 100 chart, he’s placed 10 tunes, including the new album’s “7 Summers.” The latter debuted at No. 6, marking at the time only the second top 10 Hot 100 debut for a song by a solo male and no accompanying acts that has also appeared on Hot Country Songs.

Let’s take a look at some of the notable feats that Wallen achieves with Dangerous’ debut.

Largest Streaming Week for a Country Album: As Dangerous collected 184,000 SEA units, equaling 240.18 million on-demand streams of the set’s 30 songs, it lands the largest streaming week ever for a country album. It beats, more than doubling, the 102.26 million streams achieved by Luke Combs’ What You See Is What You Get in the week ending Oct. 29, 2020. That week, Combs’ then-year-old album was reissued with bonus tracks, bringing its total track count to 23. Upon its deluxe reissue, the album shot back to No. 1 on the Billboard 200 for its second week in the lead. It tallied its first week at No. 1 when it debuted in the top slot (chart dated Nov. 23, 2019).

Certainly, the fact that Dangerous has a whopping 30 songs greatly enhances its ability to accrue a large streaming total – as the stream count is based on the total streams across all of the album’s songs.

However, even if the album were trimmed down to the 18 least-streamed tracks (in the week ending Jan. 14), their sum of 105.08 million would still beat Combs’ former record.

Third-Largest Streaming Week for a Non-R&B/Hip-Hop Album: Dangerous clocks the third-biggest streaming week ever for a non-R&B/hip-hop album, trailing only Ariana Grande’s Thank U, Next (307.07 million in its debut week) and Taylor Swift’s Folklore (289.85 million, debut week). Overall, Dangerous has the 22nd-largest streaming week for an album.

Biggest Week for a Country Album in Over Two Years: The last country album to have a bigger week, by equivalent album units, was Carrie Underwood’s Cry Pretty, which launched with 266,000 units on the Sept. 19, 2018-dated chart. Unlike Dangerous, Cry Pretty’s first week was bolstered by sales generated from a concert ticket/album sale redemption offer. (Such offers no longer contribute sales to Billboard’s charts.)

Dangerous also has the ninth-biggest week for any album, of any genre, by units, in the last 12 months.

Only the 11th Country Album to Reach No. 1 on the Billboard 200 In the Last Five Years: Wallen brings a rare sight to the top of the Billboard 200, as Dangerous is only the 11th country set to reach No. 1 since January of 2016.

Strikingly, out of the 178 No. 1 albums since the Jan. 23, 2016-dated chart, only 11 were country titles (just 6.2%). Those 11 country No. 1s: Jason Aldean’s They Don’t Know (2016); Thomas Rhett’s Life Changes, Shania Twain’s Now, Kenny Chesney’s Live in No Shoes Nation, Luke Bryan’s What Makes You Country (2017); Aldean’s Rearview Town, Underwood’s Cry Pretty (2018), Rhett’s Center Point Road, Luke Combs’ What You See Is What You Get (2018; the latter had one weeks at No. 1 in both 2018 and 2019); Chesney’s Here and Now (2020); and now Wallen’s Dangerous (2021).

At No. 2 on the new Billboard 200, Taylor Swift’s Evermore slips one spot after three nonconsecutive weeks in the lead, with 55,000 equivalent album units earned (down 1%).

Pop Smoke’s former No. 1 Shoot for the Stars Aim for the Moon is steady at No. 3 with 47,000 units (up 5%). Both titles were released by Republic Records, like Dangerous. In turn, Republic holds the top three for the third time in less than three months, and remains the only label to monopolize the top three since 2003, when Interscope pulled off the feat.

Jazmine Sullivan hits a career-high on the Billboard 200 as Heaux Tales bows at No. 4 with 43,000 equivalent album units earned. It beats her previous chart high of No. 6, achieved in the opening week of her debut set, and only other top 10, Fearless (Oct. 11, 2008 chart). Heaux Tales is the singer’s fourth charting effort, and first since 2015’s Reality Show debuted and peaked at No. 12 (Jan. 31, 2015).

Lil Durk’s The Voice falls from its No. 2 high to No. 5 with 42,000 equivalent album units earned (down 12%).

The Weeknd’s former No. 1 After Hours charges 14-6 with 35,000 units (up 34%). The latter benefits from the popularity of its latest single, and its new official video (released Jan. 5), for “Save Your Tears,” as well as The Weeknd’s widely-seen commercial touting his halftime performance at the upcoming Super Bowl (Feb. 7).

Ariana Grande’s former No. 1 Positions falls 4-7 with 34,000 units (down 4%). Both After Hours and Positions were released via Republic Records, giving the label a stunning five of the top 10 albums – the first time a label group has claimed half of the top 10 in nearly a year (since the Feb. 1, 2020-dated chart when Interscope Geffen A&M achieved the distinction). Republic last had half of the top 10 on the Nov. 9, 2013-dated chart.

Closing out the top 10 on the new Billboard 200 are: Luke Combs’ What You See Is What You Get (7-8 with a little over 31,000 units; down 3%), Juice WRLD’s Legends Never Die (holding at No. 9 with 31,000 units; up 4%) and Megan Thee Stallion’s Good News (6-10 with just under 31,000 units; down 5%).
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