Country singer Thomas Rhett's Life Changes debuted atop the Billboard 200, giving country music its first Number One album of 2017.
Life Changes sold a total of 123,000 copies – and 94,000 traditional copies – to open at Number One, the first country album since Jason Aldean's They Don't Know in October 2016 to do so. Rhett's previous LPs, 2015's Tangled Up
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American Dream, the comeback album from LCD Soundsystem, debuted atop the Billboard 200 to give the reunited dance-rock group their first Number One.The album, JamesThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: On the Charts: LCD Soundsyste... Read More
As we expected following the big drop last week, Taylor Swift's huge single "Look What You Made Me Do" has climbed the US singles chart, ending the reign of Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee's "Despacito" [featuring Justin Bieber]. "Despacito" had previously tied the 16-week record set by Mariah Read More
New albums from a pair of emerging rappers debuted atop the Billboard 200 as Lil Uzi Vert's Luv Is Rage 2 opened up at Number One, one spot ahead XXXTentacion's 17.
Luv Is Rage 2 chalked up 135,000 total copies in its debut week, helped in part by
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Fourteen years after making their Billboard 200 debut, Long Island rockers Brand New locked up their first Number One album as the band's Science Fiction debuted atop the charts.
Despite being released digitally with little warning, Science Fiction still accrued 58,000 total copies in its debut week, with 55,000 of those copies coming from traditional album sales; in this
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