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> US Billboard 200 - 04/30/2022, Tyler, The Creator #1: 59,000
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post 27th April 2022, 03:41 AM
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BILLBOARD 200 Week ending April 30, 2022

TW LW Wks Title ‒ Artist (Peak)

1 120 37 Call Me If You Get Lost ‒ Tyler, The Creator ( 1 ) (59,000 (51,000 sales))
2 2 67 Dangerous: The Double Album ‒ Morgan Wallen ( 1 ) (50,500)
3 1 6 7220 ‒ Lil Durk ( 1 ) (43,000)
4 3 21 Encanto ‒ Soundtrack ( 1 ) (40,000)
5 5 48 Sour ‒ Olivia Rodrigo ( 1 ) (36,000)
6 6 33 Certified Lover Boy ‒ Drake ( 1 ) (30,000)
7 8 43 Planet Her ‒ Doja Cat ( 2 ) (29,500)
8 60 62 The Highlights ‒ The Weeknd ( 2 ) (27,000 (1,000 sales))
9 12 15 DS4EVER ‒ Gunna ( 1 ) (23,500)
10 13 112 My Turn ‒ Lil Baby ( 1 ) (21,000)
11 RE 76 Moving Pictures ‒ Rush ( 3 )
12 16 112 YHLQMDLG ‒ Bad Bunny ( 2 )
13 34 123 Fine Line ‒ Harry Styles ( 1 )
14 17 38 Happier Than Ever ‒ Billie Eilish ( 1 )
15 32 495 good kid, m.A.A.d city ‒ Kendrick Lamar ( 2 )
16 27 128 What You See Is What You Get ‒ Luke Combs ( 1 )
17 18 19 Fighting Demons ‒ Juice WRLD ( 2 )
18 30 137 Hollywood's Bleeding ‒ Post Malone ( 1 )
19 23 8 Back For Everything ‒ Kodak Black ( 2 )
20 26 91 F*ck Love ‒ The Kid LAROI ( 1 )
21 24 94 Shoot For The Stars Aim For The Moon ‒ Pop Smoke ( 1 )
22 25 57 Justice ‒ Justin Bieber ( 1 )
23 29 205 Goodbye & Good Riddance ‒ Juice WRLD ( 4 )
24 38 255 This One's For You ‒ Luke Combs ( 4 )
25 31 107 Future Nostalgia ‒ Dua Lipa ( 3 )
26 33 23 Red (Taylor's Version) ‒ Taylor Swift ( 1 )
27 36 473 Rumours ‒ Fleetwood Mac ( 1 )
28 41 572 Nevermind ‒ Nirvana ( 1 )
29 49 186 If I Know Me ‒ Morgan Wallen ( 10 )
30 39 25 = ‒ Ed Sheeran ( 1 )
31 37 15 Dawn FM ‒ The Weeknd ( 2 )
32 44 487 Greatest Hits ‒ Queen ( 8 )
33 42 93 Legends Never Die ‒ Juice WRLD ( 1 )
34 20 9 2 Alive ‒ Yeat ( 6 )
35 15 4 Mainstream Sellout ‒ Machine Gun Kelly ( 1 )
36 9 2 B.I.B.L.E. ‒ Fivio Foreign ( 9 )
37 53 232 Diamonds ‒ Elton John ( 7 )
38 7 2 Last Ones Left ‒ 42 Dugg & EST Gee ( 7 )
39 43 45 Hall Of Fame ‒ Polo G ( 1 )
40 40 31 Montero ‒ Lil Nas X ( 2 )
41 66 262 DAMN. ‒ Kendrick Lamar ( 1 )
42 52 56 SoulFly ‒ Rod Wave ( 1 )
43 46 75 Starting Over ‒ Chris Stapleton ( 3 )
44 45 73 El Ultimo Tour del Mundo ‒ Bad Bunny ( 1 )
45 128 71 Evermore ‒ Taylor Swift ( 1 )
46 11 3 Unlimited Love ‒ Red Hot Chili Peppers ( 1 )
47 51 22 30 ‒ Adele ( 1 )
48 57 477 Take Care ‒ Drake ( 1 )
49 59 343 Hamilton: An American Musical ‒ Original Broadway Cast ( 2 )
50 56 345 Traveller ‒ Chris Stapleton ( 1 )
51 50 132 IGOR ‒ Tyler, The Creator ( 1 )
52 10 2 Familia ‒ Camila Cabello ( 10 )
53 55 24 Still Over It ‒ Summer Walker ( 1 )
54 153 576 Curtain Call: The Hits ‒ Eminem ( 1 )
55 62 160 When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? ‒ Billie Eilish ( 1 )
56 58 419 Greatest Hits ‒ 2Pac ( 3 )
57 63 163 Death Race For Love ‒ Juice WRLD ( 1 )
58 61 13 Country Stuff: The Album ‒ Walker Hayes ( 9 )
59 47 71 Thats What They All Say ‒ Jack Harlow ( 5 )
60 64 76 Dreamland ‒ Glass Animals ( 7 )
61 70 91 Folklore ‒ Taylor Swift ( 1 )
62 4 2 Fear Of The Dawn ‒ Jack White ( 4 )
63 67 199 Scorpion ‒ Drake ( 1 )
64 54 23 An Evening With Silk Sonic ‒ Silk Sonic (Bruno Mars & Anderson .Paak) ( 2 )
65 77 238 Starboy ‒ The Weeknd ( 1 )
66 76 586 Chronicle The 20 Greatest Hits ‒ Creedence Clearwater Revival ( 18 )
67 68 220 Graduation ‒ Kanye West ( 1 )
68 72 52 A Gangsta's Pain ‒ Moneybagg Yo ( 1 )
69 73 34 Donda ‒ Kanye West ( 1 )
70 74 243 Luv Is Rage 2 ‒ Lil Uzi Vert ( 1 )
71 RE 76 Pink Friday ‒ Nicki Minaj ( 1 )
72 79 105 The College Dropout ‒ Kanye West ( 2 )
73 69 4 777 ‒ Latto ( 15 )
74 75 20 Who Is Nardo Wick? ‒ Nardo Wick ( 19 )
75 78 385 2014 Forest Hills Drive ‒ J. Cole ( 1 )
76 81 32 The Melodic Blue ‒ Baby Keem ( 5 )
77 110 129 Hot Pink ‒ Doja Cat ( 9 )
78 84 208 beerbongs & bentleys ‒ Post Malone ( 1 )
79 93 727 Legend: The Best Of... ‒ Bob Marley And The Wailers ( 5 )
80 83 15 Up 2 Me ‒ Yeat ( 58 )
81 85 568 Doo-Wops & Hooligans ‒ Bruno Mars ( 3 )
82 86 223 Man On The Moon: The End Of Day ‒ Kid Cudi ( 4 )
83 88 310 Views ‒ Drake ( 1 )
84 91 709 Journey's Greatest Hits ‒ Journey ( 10 )
85 92 194 ASTROWORLD ‒ Travis Scott ( 1 )
86 82 254 Ctrl ‒ SZA ( 3 )
87 98 458 Greatest Hits ‒ Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers ( 2 )
88 87 111 Eternal Atake ‒ Lil Uzi Vert ( 1 )
89 95 19 Mercury - Act 1 ‒ Imagine Dragons ( 9 )
90 48 2 Stereotype ‒ Cole Swindell ( 48 )
91 108 571 Greatest Hits ‒ Guns N' Roses ( 3 )
92 94 46 The Voice Of The Heroes ‒ Lil Baby & Lil Durk ( 1 )
93 103 139 Lover ‒ Taylor Swift ( 1 )
94 104 133 Over It ‒ Summer Walker ( 2 )
95 RE 296 Greatest Hits ‒ The Notorious B.I.G. ( 1 )
96 105 176 My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy ‒ Kanye West ( 1 )
97 107 384 1989 ‒ Taylor Swift ( 1 )
98 102 107 Pray 4 Love ‒ Rod Wave ( 2 )
99 100 101 The GOAT ‒ Polo G ( 2 )
100 99 59 Currents ‒ Tame Impala ( 4 )
101 106 214 ? ‒ XXXTENTACION ( 1 )
102 96 13 Colors ‒ YoungBoy Never Broke Again ( 2 )
103 112 194 50 Number Ones ‒ George Strait ( 1 )
104 109 391 The Essential Michael Jackson ‒ Michael Jackson ( 31 )
105 90 178 Greatest Hits ‒ Foo Fighters ( 11 )
106 113 267 ÷ (Divide) ‒ Ed Sheeran ( 1 )
107 111 512 Back In Black ‒ AC/DC ( 4 )
108 116 280 Stoney ‒ Post Malone ( 4 )
109 114 276 Moana ‒ Soundtrack ( 2 )
110 121 252 More Life ‒ Drake ( 1 )
111 119 178 Dr. Dre -- 2001 ‒ Dr. Dre ( 2 )
112 101 7 What It Means To Be King ‒ King Von ( 2 )
113 129 76 Channel Orange ‒ Frank Ocean ( 2 )
114 117 49 The Off-Season ‒ J. Cole ( 1 )
115 118 77 Positions ‒ Ariana Grande ( 1 )
116 ** 1 Half Tee Half Beast ‒ Tee Grizzley ( 116 )
117 131 5 Stray Kids Mini Album: Oddinary (EP) ‒ Stray Kids ( 1 )
118 126 24 Human: The Double Album ‒ Cody Johnson ( 19 )
119 ** 1 Two-Face Bang 2 ‒ Fredo Bang ( 119 )
120 125 30 Sincerely, Kentrell ‒ YoungBoy Never Broke Again ( 1 )
121 ** 1 Paradise Again ‒ Swedish House Mafia ( 121 )
122 97 4 LEGENDADDY ‒ Daddy Yankee ( 8 )
123 169 116 Harry Styles ‒ Harry Styles ( 1 )
124 122 8 Yellow Tape 2 ‒ Key Glock ( 7 )
125 132 43 Vice Versa ‒ Rauw Alejandro ( 17 )
126 133 418 Nothing Was The Same ‒ Drake ( 1 )
127 RE 84 The Best Of Nickelback: Volume 1 ‒ Nickelback ( 21 )
128 136 274 Blonde ‒ Frank Ocean ( 1 )
129 144 459 Abbey Road ‒ The Beatles ( 1 )
130 130 82 Tickets To My Downfall ‒ Machine Gun Kelly ( 1 )
131 140 518 Thriller ‒ Michael Jackson ( 1 )
132 135 83 Top ‒ YoungBoy Never Broke Again ( 1 )
133 138 59 Greatest Hits ‒ Pitbull ( 115 )
134 141 249 Greatest Hits: The Ultimate Collection ‒ Bon Jovi ( 5 )
135 134 63 Whole Lotta Red ‒ Playboi Carti ( 1 )
136 145 170 All Time Greatest Hits ‒ Lynyrd Skynyrd ( 56 )
137 137 268 American Teen ‒ Khalid ( 4 )
138 146 189 Swimming ‒ Mac Miller ( 3 )
139 143 226 Dont Smile At Me ‒ Billie Eilish ( 14 )
140 142 63 Shiesty Season ‒ Pooh Shiesty ( 3 )
141 147 125 Die Lit ‒ Playboi Carti ( 3 )
142 149 312 ANTI ‒ Rihanna ( 1 )
143 163 218 Gold: Greatest Hits ‒ ABBA ( 25 )
144 139 100 Flower Boy ‒ Tyler, The Creator ( 2 )
145 151 179 The Life Of Pablo ‒ Kanye West ( 1 )
146 158 423 Greatest Hits ‒ Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band ( 8 )
147 150 227 17 ‒ XXXTENTACION ( 2 )
148 164 294 Sounds Of Summer: The Very Best Of The Beach Boys ‒ The Beach Boys ( 16 )
149 162 93 Purgatory ‒ Tyler Childers ( 106 )
150 172 331 Greatest Hits So Far... ‒ Zac Brown Band ( 20 )
151 155 152 Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent ‒ Lewis Capaldi ( 20 )
152 174 87 "Awaken, My Love!" ‒ Childish Gambino ( 5 )
153 154 189 DS2 ‒ Future ( 1 )
154 157 248 Evolve ‒ Imagine Dragons ( 2 )
155 165 58 When It's All Said And Done... Take Time ‒ Giveon ( 5 )
156 175 656 Metallica ‒ Metallica ( 1 )
157 71 3 Where We Started ‒ Thomas Rhett ( 12 )
158 187 196 AM ‒ Arctic Monkeys ( 6 )
159 197 149 Cry Baby ‒ Melanie Martinez ( 6 )
160 161 406 The Eminem Show ‒ Eminem ( 1 )
161 167 39 Devil's Got A New Disguise: The Very Best Of Aerosmith ‒ Aerosmith ( 33 )
162 168 94 I Will Always Love You: The Best Of Whitney Houston ‒ Whitney Houston ( 14 )
163 166 114 Ghetto Gospel ‒ Rod Wave ( 10 )
164 21 2 Ramona Park Broke My Heart ‒ Vince Staples ( 21 )
165 160 157 X 100PRE ‒ Bad Bunny ( 11 )
166 184 429 Born To Die ‒ Lana Del Rey ( 2 )
167 170 123 Get Rich Or Die Tryin' ‒ 50 Cent ( 1 )
168 178 517 1 ‒ The Beatles ( 1 )
169 171 70 The Voice ‒ Lil Durk ( 2 )
170 148 6 Turning Red ‒ Soundtrack ( 87 )
171 180 538 21 ‒ Adele ( 1 )
172 159 17 Sing 2 ‒ Soundtrack ( 41 )
173 176 185 24K Magic ‒ Bruno Mars ( 2 )
174 173 274 T R A P S O U L ‒ Bryson Tiller ( 8 )
175 14 2 Wet Leg ‒ Wet Leg ( 14 )
176 RE 128 Cuz I Love You ‒ Lizzo ( 4 )
177 181 211 Invasion Of Privacy ‒ Cardi B ( 1 )
178 182 210 Number One Hits ‒ Tim McGraw ( 27 )
179 198 187 reputation ‒ Taylor Swift ( 1 )
180 177 116 Music To Be Murdered By ‒ Eminem ( 1 )
181 RE 276 [Hybrid Theory] ‒ Linkin Park ( 2 )
182 RE 55 Hey World ‒ Lee Brice ( 45 )
183 RE 373 Their Greatest Hits 1971-1975 ‒ Eagles ( 1 )
184 RE 377 Hot Rocks 1964-1971 ‒ The Rolling Stones ( 4 )
185 ** 1 (Watch My Moves) ‒ Kurt Vile ( 185 )
186 RE 48 Fearless (Taylor's Version) ‒ Taylor Swift ( 1 )
187 189 273 Teenage Dream ‒ Katy Perry ( 1 )
188 193 340 Blurryface ‒ twenty one pilots ( 1 )
189 195 72 Good News ‒ Megan Thee Stallion ( 2 )
190 190 119 AI YoungBoy 2 ‒ YoungBoy Never Broke Again ( 1 )
191 186 214 25 ‒ Adele ( 1 )
192 188 259 The Fame ‒ Lady Gaga ( 2 )
193 RE 119 The Greatest Hits Collection ‒ Brooks & Dunn ( 4 )
194 196 91 High Off Life ‒ Future ( 1 )
195 199 71 Greatest Hits ‒ Blink-182 ( 6 )
196 RE 158 The Very Best Of Daryl Hall John Oates ‒ Daryl Hall John Oates ( 34 )
197 191 124 Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial ‒ Roddy Ricch ( 1 )
198 RE 59 Savage Mode II ‒ 21 Savage & Metro Boomin ( 1 )
199 RE 34 KG0516 ‒ Karol G ( 20 )
200 200 100 Just Cause Y'all Waited 2 ‒ Lil Durk ( 2 )
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post 27th April 2022, 03:43 AM
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Vinyl Release Pushes Tyler, the Creator’s ‘Call Me If You Get Lost’ Back to No. 1 on Billboard 200 Albums Chart
By Keith Caulfield | 04/24/2022

Tyler, the Creator’s Call Me If You Get Lost returns to No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart (dated April 30), as the set’s release on vinyl LP prompts its jump from No. 120 to No. 1. It’s the album’s second nonconsecutive week atop the list; it debuted at No. 1 on the July 10, 2021-dated chart.

Call Me earned 59,000 equivalent album units in the U.S. in the week ending April 21 (up 507%), according to Luminate, formerly MRC Data. Of that sum, 51,000 were in traditional album sales — almost entirely vinyl LP sales.

The vinyl edition of Call Me was sold exclusively through the artist’s webstore and sold 49,500 copies, making it the largest sales week for a hip-hop album on vinyl, or for a solo male album on vinyl, since Luminate began tracking music sales in 1991.

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, compiled by Luminate. 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 Call Me’s 59,000 equivalent album units earned, album sales comprise 51,000; SEA units comprise 8,000 (down 12%; equating to 11.54 million on-demand official streams of the set’s songs); and TEA units comprise a negligible sum.

The vinyl edition of Call Me was announced on Wednesday, April 6 via Tyler, the Creator’s social media accounts, with a link directing fans to his webstore to purchase the $35 standard black double-LP set. The vinyl was initially announced without fans knowing when the album would ship out to them. Then, on Friday, April 8, it became known that the album would start shipping out on Tuesday, April 12 (in order to begin arriving to customers on Friday, April 15, the first day of the new chart’s tracking week).

In total, the 49,500 vinyl copies sold of Call Me If You Get Lost mark the ninth largest sales week for a vinyl album since Luminate began tracking music sales in 1991. It’s also the biggest frame for a hip-hop set on vinyl, or a vinyl album by a male artist in that span of time. The previous largest week for a hip-hop set or solo male album on wax, since 1991, was registered by the debut frame of Kid Cudi’s Man on the Moon III: The Chosen, in December, with 41,500. The largest vinyl week, overall, since 1991, was the opening week of Taylor Swift’s Red (Taylor’s Version), with 114,000 vinyl LPs sold, last November.

Notably, all physical versions of the Call Me album — vinyl, CD and cassette — have been exclusively sold through Tyler, the Creator’s official webstore. No physical versions of the album have been officially available to any other sellers in the U.S. The set has been widely available to all streaming services and digital retailers since its initial release on June 25, 2021.

With Call Me’s jump back to No. 1 on the Billboard 200, it becomes the fourth album to return to the top following its vinyl release. It follows Swift’s Fearless (Taylor’s Version) (which jumped 157-1 on the Oct. 16, 2021 chart after its vinyl bow), Olivia Rodrigo’s Sour (3-1; Sept. 4, 2021) and Swift’s Evermore (74-1; June 12, 2021).

Call Me has the largest jump to No. 1 since Fearless (Taylor’s Version) vaulted 157-1 (Oct. 16, 2021). Call Me was last at No. 1 nearly 10 months ago, on the July 10, 2021-dated chart. It’s the first album to wait that long between weeks at No. 1 since November of 2020, when Luke Combs’ What You See Is What You Get returned to No. 1 after nearly a year.

The rest of the Billboard 200’s new top 10 is a bit sleepy, as five former No. 1s are Nos. 2-6 on the tally. Morgan Wallen’s Dangerous: The Double Album holds at No. 2 (50,500 equivalent album units; up 9%), Lil Durk’s 7220 falls 1-3 (43,000; down 9%), the Encanto soundtrack dips 3-4 (40,000; down 12%), Olivia Rodrigo’s Sour is steady at No. 5 (36,000; down 8%) and Drake’s Certified Lover Boy is stationary at No. 6 (30,000; down 3%). Doja Cat’s Planet Her rises 8-7 with 29,500 (up less than 1%).

The Weeknd’s hits compilation The Highlights bounces 60-8 with 27,000 equivalent album units earned (up 92%). Meanwhile, his After Hours album, which re-entered the chart at No. 35 a week ago, falls off the chart. The two albums share four songs (“Blinding Lights,” “Save Your Tears,” “In Your Eyes” and “Heartless”). On the latest chart, the TEA and SEA units for the four songs contribute to The Highlights, as a song’s activity is assigned to the artist’s album with the most sales in a week. (The Highlights sold a little over 1,000 copies in the latest tracking week, while After Hours sold less than 1,000.) A week ago, the TEA and SEA for the four songs were directed to After Hours (which in that frame outsold The Highlights). In turn, with the songs’ activity contributing to The Highlights, the album rises 60-8.

Rounding out the new top 10 are two former No. 1s: Gunna’s DS4Ever (rising 12-9 with 23,500 equivalent album units; down 7%) and Lil Baby’s My Turn (13-10 with 21,000 units; down 4%).
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post 27th April 2022, 05:26 AM
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wow crazy vinyl sales for Tyler, nearly 50K
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