Previously peaking at number two with ‘WRLD on Drugs’, his 2018 collaboration with Future, and then number four with ‘Goodbye & Good Riddance’ in the same year, Juice WRLD is now sitting pretty at the top spot nine months later.
The only other new entry in the Top 10 was Maren Morris’ ‘Girl’. The country pop singer’s sophomore album debuted at number four selling 46,000 total copies, a slight improvement over the number five peak of her 2016 album ‘Hero’.
Ariana Grande’s ‘Thank U, Next’ remained at number two with the A Star Is Born soundtrack one spot behind at three. The second half of the Top 10 were all returnees: The Bohemian Rhapsody soundtrack at number five, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie’s ‘Hoodie SZN’ at six, Post Malone’s ‘Beerbongs & Bentleys’ at number seven and Gunna’s ‘Drip or Drown 2’ at number eight.
Straight from the NME
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