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Lil Baby reigned supreme on the album charts; Haim has top new entries – variety

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Lil Baby is the only big name that is important among the top albums of the season, it seems at times. His “My Turn” returned to the top of the album charts this week, with 69,600 album units.

Although no new releases have been launched in the top 10 of the Rolling Stone album charts, Haim’s “Music Wife Window” III ”just missed it, came in at number 11 with 26,700 album units.

When it came to selling authentic albums, Haim was the clear leader, selling 17,600 full albums, three times more than the nearest competitor.

Beyond Lil Baby, the top 10 on the album are back by Lil Dork, Dabby, Post Malone, Harry Styles, Polo G, The Weekend, Drake, Future and Guna.

Lady Gaga dropped from the top ten in the fifth week for “Chromatica”, to number one.

In addition to Haim, the only new entry in the top 20 was la lac at number 13 (with 25,500 album units).

The “Hamilton” cast album rose to No. 14 even after the filmed version ended before streaming. Expect a significantly larger mustache on the next chart.

Last week’s No. 2 album dropped to No. 92 with 9,500 album units in the second week of Bob Dylan’s “Roof and Rowdy Ways”.

On the song chart, Roddy Rich’s “Rockstar” featured Dabby spent his fifth week in the No. 1 position in the fifth week, out of a total of 11 weeks on the charts with 2 chart.2 million streams.

Dabbi can claim at least partially both of the top two spots. Moved to No. 2 is Jack Harlow’s “What’s Poppin”, which features Dabby as a featured artist with Terry Lanez and Lil Wayne. With 25.6 million stream speeds in its 23rd week on the charts, the song was still not far from the lead spot.

The only new song to debut in the top ten was Megan Thee Stallion’s “Hoods in Hoods”, at number 9 with 10.5 million streams. It gives her the top two spots, as her longtime hit “Savage” (with Beyonc)) moves down to No. 4 this week.

Blackpink’s “How Do You Like It”, which had a splashing media bow, is the only other song to debut in the top 20, with The 6.3 Million Stream returning to the K-Pop Group’s single at number 17. The song had a record of 24 million YouTube views, with an estimated 82 million views outside, but it is clear from the low figures on the U.S. charts that most of these views were outside the United States.

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