Queen Earned Its Highest-Charting Album in 38 Years

METRO BOOMIN has the new #1 album in America.  His debut “Not All Heroes Wear Capes” sold 99,000 copies over the past week, even though the album was announced just before it came out.  It includes his single “No Complaints”.

And QUEEN got their highest charting album in 38 years when the “Bohemian Rhapsody” soundtrack soared to #3.  That’s their best rank since 1980, when “The Game” spent five weeks at #1.  Here’s this week’s Top 10:

  1. NEW:  “Not All Heroes Wear Capes”Metro Boomin . . . 99,000 copies
  2. The “A Star Is Born” soundtrack . . . 79,000 copies
  3. The “Bohemian Rhapsody” soundtrack . . . 59,000 copies
  4. NEW:  “The Last Rocket”Takeoff from Migos . . . 49,000 copies
  5. “Scorpion”Drake . . . 45,000 copies
  6. “Tha Carter V”Lil Wayne . . . 43,000 copies
  7. “Drip Harder”Lil Baby and Gunna . . . 42,000 copies
  8. “Astroworld”Travis Scott . . . 40,000 copies
  9. “Greatest Hits I II & III: The Platinum Collection”Queen . . . 39,000 copies
  10. “Beerbongs & Bentleys”Post Malone . . . 39,000 copies

(Billboard)

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