Drake‘s fifth studio album Scorpion remained the number one album in the country for its second week on the charts. In the first week, the album broke records, reaching one billion streams across all platforms. Billboard reports that the album moved 335,000 equivalent units in the week ending July 12. Joining Drake in the top ten is Future, whose album BEASTMODE 2 debuted at number 3 on the charts, moving 57,000 equivalent units, and which was only available to stream.’
Drake’s new studio album Scorpion continues to stay on the No. 1 spot on Billboard 200. According to Nielson Music, the Canadian rapper earned 335,000 equivalent album units in the week ending July 12. The album broke records its first week, surpassing a billion streams on all platforms. Scorpion is only the fourth album hit No. 1 for multiple weeks this year. It follows Post Malone’s beerbongs & bentleys, which hit No. 1 for three straight weeks, Black Panther: The Album (also three weeks) and The Greatest Showman soundtrack (two weeks).
Future joins Drizzy on the top ten, whose album BEASTMODE 2 debuted at No. 3 on the charts. View the full report via Billboard.