Post Malone's 3-week streak at No. 1 has ended.
Lil Baby's debut album, Harder Than Ever, has debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard 200, Billboard reports. The album has moved 71,000 equivalent album units, primarily through streams (65,000 SEA units). The album streams were led by the Drake-assisted single "Yes Indeed," which is expected to make a large leap on the Streaming Songs chart after debuting at No. 30 last week. Baby's Too Hard mixtape previously peaked at No. 80 last December.
NAV's new album Reckless has debuted at No. 8 on the chart with 36,000 equivalent album units (32,000 SEA). NAV's 2017 collaborative album witH Metro Boomin, Perfect Timing, debuted at No. 17 with 30,000 equivalent album units.
After three consecutive weeks at No. 1, Post Malone's beerbongs & bentleys' streak has been ended by K-pop boy band BTS, whose Love Yourself: Tear album has debuted at No. 1 with 135,000 equivalent album units. It is the first K-pop album to top the Billboard 200. As a result, Malone's album has fallen to No. 2 with 123,000 units.
Elsewhere in the top ten, Cardi B's Invasion Of Privacy has risen from 7 to 5 with 48,000 units and J. Cole's KOD slips from 6 to 7 with 41,000 units. Black Panther: The Album has held on to No. 9 again this week, while Playboi Carti's Die Lit, which debuted at No. 3 last week, has fallen to No. 10.