The Weeknd’s “After Hours” has saved its No. 1 place on the Rolling Stone albums chart for a fourth consecutive week, adopted by new releases from Tory Lanez and the Strokes debuting within the high 10.
Although its complete album items decreased from 90,200 to 74,100, “After Hours” was capable of clinch the highest spot but once more. Creeping simply behind the Weeknd is Grammy-nominated rapper Tory Lanez along with his mixtape “The New Toronto 3,” coming in with 56,600 album items in its first week.
Additionally of notice is the Strokes’ comeback report “The New Irregular,” which debuted on the chart at No. 9. With a complete of 33,800 album items, it’s the one rock album to make it within the high 10 this week. As well as, the “Trolls: World Tour” soundtrack jumped as much as No. 15 with a lift from the movie’s launch, with a complete of 22,200 album items.
As for the songs chart, Drake’s viral hit “Toosie Slide” stays at No. 1 for a second week after knocking the Weeknd’s “Blinding Lights” to No. 2 final week. “Toosie Slide” has 239,000 tune items and 26.6 million streams, dropping steam from final week however nonetheless going robust. The highest new entry is Twenty One Pilots with their quarantine anthem, “Stage of Concern,” which has racked up 78,200 tune items since its launch on April 9.
Although he’s held his personal for a month now, the Weeknd may need to arrange for an overthrow subsequent week. With final Friday’s surprising launch of DaBaby’s third studio album, “Blame It on Child,” the charts are set for a shakeup.