Of AlwaysOf the 56,000 equivalent album units earned in the follow-up week ending Jan. 7, SEA units include 38,000 (or 50.43 million on-demand streams of songs on the album), album sales 16000 and TEA 2000 units.
Good that Always had a 22% drop in units, that slide was tempered by the release of a deluxe edition of the album on Thursday, January 7, the last day of the chart tracking week. The new edition includes two additional songs. (All versions of the album are combined for tracking purposes.)
Always captures the smallest unit total for a No.1 album in nearly two years, since A Boogie Wit da Hoodie’s SZN hoodie was No.1 on the February 16, 2019 chart, with just 47,000 units. (The top of the chart can sometimes be a bit light in units at the start of the year, as few new albums come out in January. On the new chart, for example, there are no top 100 debuts, and a week ago only one debut on the whole list: Playboi Carti’s Whole Lotta Rouge at n ° 1.)
Lil Durk The voice climbs 3-2 in his third week on the list, a new high, with 48,000 equivalent album units earned (down 28%). The voice matches the top of Lil Durk’s career on the list, as his last outing, Just because you’ve all been waiting 2 peaked at # 2 on the chart dated July 11, 2020.
The voice debuted at No. 46 on the Jan 2 chart, after just one day of activity, with the album released on Thursday, Dec 24 (the last day of the Jan 2 chart tracking week). He then climbed to No.3 in his first full week of chart tracking.
The rest of the top 10 includes former luminaries: Luke Combs’ What you see is what you get goes up 8-7 (32,000 equivalent album units earned; down 4%), Bad Bunny’s The last round the world moves 9-8 (31,000; down 7%), Juice WRLD’s Legends never die jumps 11-9 (30,000; down 4%) and Lil Baby’s My turn hops 13-10 (29,000; down 2%).