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21 Savage’s ‘American Dream’ Takes Top Position On Billboard 200 Chart

Happy days for 21 Savage, as his album “American Dream” has arrived at the top of the Billboard 200 albums chart. In the United States, during the week ending January 18, the album garnered 133,000 equivalent album units, as indicated on Luminate’s chart dated January 27. The British-American hip-hop musician, 31, reportedly earns most of his income from streaming activities, according to Billboard. One hundred twenty-eight thousand five hundred on-demand official streams of all 15 of the album’s songs make up 169.53 million SEA units. 500 TEA units are sold, while album sales total 4,000. On January 12, “American Dream” by 21 Savage was released. Travis Scott, Lil Durk, Young Thug, Summer Walker, Doja Cat, and Metro Boomin collaborated to create the album.

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The release of “American Dream” is 21 Savage’s best week-by-week unit total for all of his solo music endeavours. He sold 2,000 more copies of his last album, “I Am > I Was,” than with its 131,000 sales in 2018. Furthermore, “American Dream” is the rapper’s most streamed song across all his solo endeavours this week. In its first week of release, the songs in the collection received 169.53 million official on-demand streams. It outperformed “I Am > I Was,” which had 151.87 million plays. “American Dream” is followed in the Top 10 of the new Billboard 200 by “Orquideas,” the highest-charting album by Kali Uchis. Her second full-length album in Spanish debuted at No. 2 and sold 69,000 copies, her best-ever week.

Morgan Wallen’s album “One Thing at a Time” takes the third spot on the Billboard 200 albums chart dated January 6, setting a new record with 61,000 equivalent album units earned. Drake’s “For All The Dogs” falls to No. 4 from No. 2, earning 52,000 equivalent album units. Taylor Swift’s “1989 (Taylor’s Version),” a former chart-topper, drops to No. 5 with 50,000 units. Noah Kahan’s “Stick Season” slips to No. 6, earning 45,000 units. Nicki Minaj’s “Pink Friday 2” falls to No. 7 with 44,000 units, while Taylor’s “Folklore” rises to No. 8 with 43,000 units. SZA’s “SOS” falls to No. 9, with 41,000 units. Taylor’s “Lover” also drops to No. 10 with 38,000 units.

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