Lil Tecca’s debut effort We Love You Tecca opened at No. 4 on this week’s Billboard 200, garnering a total of 68,000 equivalent album units. Despite only nabbing 1,000 track equivalent album units, the project holds 64,000 streaming equivalent album units — equivalent to 100.5 million on-demand audio streams.
Fear Inoculum, TOOL’s first studio album in 13 years, officially debuted at No. 1 with the biggest week for a rock album in over one year. The 10-track record garnered a total of 270,000 equivalent album units, including 248,000 in album sales, 1,000 in track equivalent album units and 21,000 in streaming equivalent units (equivalent to 27.6 million on-demand audio streams).
Taylor Swift’s Lover takes a step down to No. 2 while Lana Del Rey’s Norman F*cking Rockwell! opened at No. 3 with 104,000 equivalent album units, inclusive of 66,000 in album sales. Young Thug’s So Much Fun and Lizzo’s Cuz I Love You fall to Nos. 5 and 6 respectively, while Billie Eilish’s WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO? dips to no. 7. Just down below are Chris Brown’s Indigo at No. 8 and Ed Sheeran’s No. 6 Collaborations Project at No. 9. Travis Scott’s Astroworld jumps an impressive 10 slots to close this week’s top 10, thanks to the release of his Netflix documentary, Look Mom I Can Fly.
In case you missed it, Post Malone’s Hollywood’s Bleeding is projected to debut at No. 1 next week.