The Weeknd and 2 Chainz have seen big numbers on the Billboard 200. Holding the No. 1 spot, though, is country star Keith Urban and his album Fuse that sold 98,000 copies. As for The Weeknd, his first full-length effort Kiss Land sold 96,000 copies. However, Chainz takes No. 3 with B.O.A.T.S II #METIME that moved 63,000 copies in the first week.
Elsewhere, Minnesota duo Atmopshere, Jay Z and Juicy J have a solid run on the charts. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis also holds it down with a large amount of albums sold. Here’s our breakdown of this week’s releases, as well as the rest of the albums that placed on the charts.
Guilty Simpson & Small Professor, Highway Robbery September 24
The Internet, Feel Good September 24
Drake, Nothing Was The Same September 24
Freddie Gibbs/Madlib, Deeper EP September 24
Meek Mill, Dreamchasers 3 September 29
Waka Flocka Flame, From Roaches To Rolexes September 30
Danny Brown, Old September 30