The lengthy 19-track record opens with 60,000 equivalent album units including 57,000 in streaming equivalent album units (84 million on-demand streams of the tracks), 3,000 in album sales and the remaining in track equivalent album units. Back for Everything marks Black’s fourth top five-charting Billboard 200 entry, and marks his first studio album since 2020’s Bill Israel.
Other new appearances in this week’s top 10 are Tears for Fears with The Tipping Point and Avril Lavigne with Love Sux, which enters at No. 8 and No. 9, respectively.
Elsewhere on the chart, the soundtrack to Encanto stays put at No. 1 followed by Morgan Wallen at No. 3, Gunna at No. 4 and The Weeknd at No. 5. Making up the bottom half of this week’s top 10 are Drake, Olivia Rodrigo and Doja Cat.
Elsewhere in music, Dr. Dre’s lawyer called out the “false reports” surrounding the ownership of The Chronic.