RM Earns His Biggest Solo Debut as 'Right Place, Wrong Person' Opens at No. 5

Future x Metro Boomin and Billie Eilish also appear in this week’s top 10.

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RM is opening this week’s Billboard 200 at No. 5 with Right Place, Wrong Person.

The BTS staple’s latest solo studio album earns a total of 54,000 equivalent album units, including 43,000 in album sales, 7,500 in streaming equivalent album units (10.16 million on-demand streams of the songs) and 3,500 in track equivalent album units. Right Place, Wrong Person marks RM’s best debut on the chart so far, and also gives him his largest opening week in terms of units and traditional album sales.

Also joining this week’s chart is Twenty One Pilots’ Clancy at No. 3, which debuts with 143,000 equivalent album units including 113,000 in album sales, 29,000 in streaming equivalent album units (38.64 million on-demand streams of the songs) and the rest in track equivalent album units.

Elsewhere in this week’s top 10 is Taylor Swift, who lodges her sixth week at No. 1, followed by Billie Eilish at No. 2 and Morgan Wallen at No. 4. Making up the bottom half are Wallen again at No. 6, Future and Metro Boomin at No. 7, Noah Kahan at No. 9 and Zach Bryan at No. 10.

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