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YOUR TOP 20: WHOSE WOODS THESE ARE (UPDATE)

Though we initially expected it to bow as high as 700k+ (probably because we forgot to plug in our abacus), Justin Timberlake's Man of the Woods (RCA) now appears on track for a first-week total in the neighborhood of 275-290k total. Streaming accounts for less than 20% of that total. JT's Super Bowl halftime performance does not appear to have boosted the underperforming set. Stay tuned for updates.

  1. *Justin Timberlake (RCA) 275-290k total, 240-250k sales
  2. Migos (Quality Control/Motown/Capitol) 90-95k, 4-5k
  3. The Greatest Showman (Atlantic) 75-80k, 48-52k
  4. Ed Sheeran (Atlantic) 40-44k, 12-14k
  5. Bruno Mars (Atlantic) 31-34k, 9-11k
  6. Post Malone (Republic) 30-33k, 4-5k
  7. Camila Cabello (SYCO/Epic) 30-33k, 4-5k
  8. Kendrick Lamar (TDE/Aftermath/Interscope) 26-29k, 4-5k
  9. Now 65 (NOW) 24-27k, 24-27k
  10. G-Eazy (RCA) 22-25k, 1-2k
  11. Lil Uzi Vert (Generation Now/Atlantic) 22-25k, 1-2k
  12. Khalid (Right Hand Music/RCA) 21-24k, 2-3k
  13. Taylor Swift (Big Machine) 19-22k, 5-6k
  14. Imagine Dragons (Kidinakorner/Interscope) 19-22k, 5-6k
  15. *Rich Brian (88rising/Empire) 19-22k, 2-3k
  16. Lil Skies (Atlantic) 17-20k, <1k
  17. Kodak Black (Atlantic) 16-18k, <1k
  18. Eminem (Shady/Aftermath/Interscope) 16-18k, 4-5k
  19. NF (NF Real/Caroline) 15-17k, 3-4k
  20. Sam Smith (Capitol) 15-17k, 3-4k

*DEBUTS

In other post-Super Bowl news, we're crushed to learn that there won't be quiet-crunching "Lady Doritos" after all, as we were planning to serve them at our next meditation retreat. 

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