America's favorite boy band comes through strong.
Brockhampton has officially debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 20 album chart with their fourth studio album Iridescence. The album was able to push 101,000 equivalent album units in the week ending Sept. 27th with Nielsen Music reporting that 79,000 were in pure album sales with streaming playing a smaller impact this go-around, generating 22,000 SEA units which still translates to an impressive 28.8 million on-demand audio streams. This makes Iridescence the 13th most-streamed album of the week on the Billboard 200 chart with Drake's Scorpion earning 81 million listens.
This marks Brockhampton's first release via RCA Records since the 14-member "boy band" inked a $15 million deal with the label back in March. Brockhampton's albums have a history on the Billboard 200, with Saturation II and Saturation III peaking at No. 57 and No. 15, respectively. Interestingly enough though, the group has failed to ever bring a song to any of Billboard's song charts in its history.
At No. 2 on the chart, you'll find Josh Groban's Bridges debuting with 96,000 units with 94,000 of those being traditional sales while Eminem's Kamikaze slips down to No. 3 in its fourth week with 65,000 units. Drake's Scorpion holds steady at No 4 with 63,000unitss with Travis Scott's Astroworld coming in behind at No. 5 with 57,000 units.
In the remainder of the top 10, you ca catch Post Malone's beerbongs & bentleys at No. 6 with 45,000 units. Carrie underwood's Cry Pretty slips from No. 1 to No. 7 with just 36,000 units while Juice WRLD's Goodbye & Good Riddance remains in the top 10 at No. 8 after pushing 35,000 units.
Christian singer Lauren Daigle's Look Up Child climbs up 11 percent thanks to a co-sign by Selena Gomez on Instagram, moving 34,000 units to earn the No. 9 spot while Ariana Grande closes things out at No. 10 with her Sweetener.