Future’s seven-track EP Save Me opens at No. 5 on the Billboard 200, garnering a total of 42,000 equivalent album units with 5,000 in album sales. This marks his 12th top 10 album and follows his previous No. 1 record, Future Hndrxx Presents: The WIZRD, dating last February.
Billie Eilish takes the runner up spot with 59,000 equivalent album units and has yet to leave the chart’s top four rankings. Khalid’s Free Spirit falls from No. 4 to 7, along with DJ Khaled’s Father of Asahd from No. 3 to 8 and DaBaby’s Baby On Baby from No. 8 to 9, and Elton John’s Diamonds from No. 7 to 10.
Santana picks up its 15th top 10 album with Africa Speaks debuting at No. 3 with 57,000 equivalent album units. Country singer-songwriter Luke Combs opens at No. 4 while Polo G’s debut effort Die a Legend takes No. 6. The newly reformed Jonas Brothers lead this week’s chart with Happiness Begins, their first album in a decade, taking in 414,000 equivalent album units with 357,000 in album sales. The trio officially holds the record for the largest week of the year in both unit and album sales, replacing Ariana Grande’s thank u, next.
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