NLE Choppa is opening this week’s Billboard 200 at No. 10, with his debut studio album Top Shotta earning a total of 36,000 equivalent album units. Of that number, 27,000 are credited to streaming equivalent album units, 9,000 in album sales and a small number in track equivalent album units. This marks his first appearance in the top 10 and second chart appearance following Cottonwood‘s peak at No. 57 in January 2020.
Elsewhere in the chart, Taylor Swift‘s folklore holds the top spot for a third consecutive week, followed by Juice WRLD and Pop Smoke‘s posthumous efforts at Nos. 2 and 3 respectively. Rod Wave jumps from No. 23 to 4 thanks to the reissue of Pray 4 Love, while country star Luke Bryan debuts at No. 5.
In other music news, The Weeknd shared a number of Kiss Land gems in the newest episode of Memento Mori.