The predictions were true, the second album of Post Malone called “Beerbongs & Bentleys” happens to be first in its second week in Billboard 200. The album collects 193,000 units of additional equivalent albums in the week ending on May 10, according to Nielsen Music. Of that, 160,000 were added that were in equivalent albums of transmission and 24,000 that were in sales of traditional albums.
This album happens to be the third one to spend several weeks on the table so far in 2018! Following soundtracks like “Black Panther” and “The Greatest Showman.” However, he is proclaimed the first musician to govern the painting more than a week this year. Also, “Beerbong & Bentleys” is the first album by an artist to say that he won two consecutive weeks in the number one spot, since Taylor Swift with “Reputation” came out, breaking the record by spending three weeks at the top last year.
Billaboard presents the top 10 of this week
In the position number 2, J. Cole appears with “KOD,” scale with a place of 68,000 units. While Bridge gets the best debut this week, since “Good Thing” his second album debuts at number 3 with 66,000 units. It marks the best debut Billaboard 200 of the soul singer. There is also Cardi B with “Invasion of Privacy” that seems to be well in the position number 4 with 62,000 units.
New artists arrive to see who to dethrone, at this moment is in debut “Attention Attention” by Shinedown and “Sr3mm” by Rae Sremmurd. While on the fourth studio album the rock band bows at number 5 with 60,000 units!
Beerbongs & Bentleys enjoys its second week as n.°1 on the Billboard 200 list
The soundtrack of “The Greatest Showman” goes to number 7 with 52,000 units, marking its 20th consecutive week in the top 10. During Lake Street Dive marks all the effort with their new album “Free Yourself Up” in the post number 8 with 32,000 units.
Culminating with the list this week are the soundtrack of “Black Panther” and “Culture II” of Migos, who return to the top10. The soundtrack of the Marvel movie amounts to number 9 with 30,000, while the rapper’s latest album rises to number 10 with 29,000 units.
There is no doubt that this top 10 is on fire as well as Post Malone, Billboard presents the best of music according to the fans at this moment!