Kodak earns his first No. 1.
This week, Kodak Black knocks down a major milestone after earning his first No. 1 on the Billboard 200 all-genre chart for his Dying To Live effort. In the week ending December 20th, the album earned 89,000 equivalent album units with 5,000 coming from traditional album sales while the expected bulk of movement came from streaming activity with 82,000 streaming equivalent album units. This means that the album's tracks were listened to an estimated 114.1 million times.
Dying To Live also becomes the third time Kodak enters the top 10 on the chart with his previous Project Baby 2 and Painting Pictures efforts debuting at No. 2 and 3, respectively.
The other notable debut on this week's chart is the Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse soundtrack, which comes in at No. 5 with 52,000 units. The project is a hip-hop-anchored selection that includes vocals from the likes of Juice WRLD, Nicki Minaj, Post Malone and Lil Wayne. The album's film of the same name was the highest-grossing film in the United States and Canada in its opening weekend with $35 million in revenue.
Before it checks in, you'll find Meek Mill's Championships holding onto No. 2 with 83,000 units while Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper's A Star Is Born soundtrack continues its winning streak at No. 3 with 63,000 units. At No. 4 Michael Buble's Christmas slides with 63,000 units.
Rounding out this week's top 10 is Travis Scott at No. 6 with 48,000 units for Astroworld after earning a 16 percent spike in units while Pentatonix's Christmas Is Here! moves up to No. 7 with 45,000 units. The Bohemian Rhapsody soundtrack moves to No. 8 with 43,000 units while Drake's Scorpion checks in at No. 9 for 43,000 units before things end with yet another soundtrack with The Greatest Showman earning 43,000 units.