The Kentucky rapper’s third studio album debuts with a total of 35,500 equivalent album units in its first week, including 33,500 in streaming equivalent album units (43.37 million on-demand streams of the 10 tracks), 1,500 in album sales and 500 in track equivalent album units. Jackman. marks Harlow’s third top 10 effort following That’s What They All Say’s peak at No. 5 and Come Home The Kids Miss You’s at No. 3.
Other new appearances on this week’s top 10 are SEVENTEEN with Mini Album FML at No. 2 and Eslabon Armado’s Desvelado at No. 6.
Making up the rest of the top 10 are Morgan Wallen at Nos. 1 and 4 with two different albums, Taylor Swift at Nos. 3 and 10, SZA at No. 4, Luke Combs at No. 7 and Metro Boomin at No. 9.