Good Intentions marks NAV’s second No. 1 album, accumulating a total of 135,00 equivalent album units. 73,000 of that number are credited to album sales, with Billboard reporting that a majority of that number came from merchandise/album bundles. The XO Records signee offered 100 different bundles along with 18 physical format/digital album options. The rest of the total is made up of 62,000 streaming equivalent album units and under 1,000 in track equivalent album units.
Following NAV at No. 2 is Kehlani with It Was Good Until It Wasn’t. Her highest-charting album yet, the LP debuted with a total of 83,000 equivalent album units, including 56,000 in streaming equivalent album units, 25,000 in album sales (thanks to over 20 merchandise/album bundles) and 1,000 in track equivalent album units.
Other debuts include Lil Durk’s Just Cause Y’all Waited 2 at No. 5 on the Billboard 200, garnering 57,000 equivalent album units with 53,000 in streaming equivalent album units, 3,000 in album sales and 1,000 in track equivalent album units. Finally, Bad Bunny earned his third top 10 entry in less than a year as Las Que No Iban a Salir opens the week at No. 7 with 33,000 in streaming equivalent album units, 8,00 in album sales and less than 1,000 in track equivalent album units to make up a total of 42,000 equivalent album units.
Elsewhere on the chart, Drake‘s Dark Lane Demo Tapes moves down to No. 3, followed by Lil Baby‘s My Turn at No. 4. Making up the bottom half of this week’s top 10 are DaBaby‘s Blame It on Baby at No. 6, Lil Uzi Vert‘s Eternal Atake at No. 8, The Weeknd‘s After Hours at No. 9 and Post Malone‘s Hollywood’s Bleeding at No. 10.
In other music news, J. Cole received a total of 10 new Gold and Platinum RIAA certifications.