The New #1 Album in America Is . . .

FUTURE’s album “The WIZRD” sold 126,000 copies in its first week, and that’s enough to give him yet another #1 album.

It’s his SIXTH #1 in just over three years . . . three years, five months, and three weeks to be exact.  And that makes him the fastest to do it since ELTON JOHN.

All seven of Elton’s #1 albums came within three years, three months, and three weeks in the early ’70s.  Here’s this week’s Top 10 . . .

1.  NEW:  “Future Hndrxx Presents: The WIZRD”, Future . . . 126,000 copies

2.  NEW:  “Heard It in a Past Life”, Maggie Rogers . . . 49,000 copies

3.  “Hoodie SZN”, A Boogie wit da Hoodie . . . nearly 49,000 copies

4.  The “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” soundtrack . . . 39,000 copies

5.  “I Am > I Was”, 21 Savage . . . 37,000 copies

6.  “Championships”, Meek Mill . . . just under 37,000 copies

7.  “Beerbongs & Bentleys”, Post Malone . . . a little over 35,000 copies

8.  Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s “A Star Is Born” soundtrack . . . 35,000 copies

9.  “Dying to Live”, Kodak Black . . . nearly 35,000 copies

10.  “Astroworld”, Travis Scott . . . 34,000 copies

(Billboard)