Drake’s reign at #1 will come to end after nine weeks, as BMG’s Blink-182 prepares to take the #1 spot on our Sales Plus Streaming (SPS) and Sales charts. The men of Blink are also on track to surpass sales of their last album, 2011's Neighborhoods.Drake’s run at the top has been the longest number of consecutive weeks at #1 since Adele’s 21, which spent 10 weeks on top in early 2012. He will almost certainly return to #1 SPS the following week.


*Blink-182 (BMG) 175k+
Drake (YMCMB/Republic) 110-115k
*Maxwell (Columbia) 58-63k
Beyoncé (Columbia) 40-45k
Twenty One Pilots (Fueled by Ramen) 36-40k
Rihanna (Westbury Road/Roc Nation) 35-39k
Hamilton (Uptown) 32-36k
Blake Shelton (Warner Bros. Nashville) 28-31k
Adele (XL/Columbia) 28-31k
Meghan Trainor (Epic) 23-26k
Chris Stapleton (Mercury Nashville) 21-24k
*Logic (Def Jam) 20-23k
Ariana Grande (Republic) 19-22k
Epic AF (Epic) 19-22k
Bryson Tiller (RCA) 19-22k


*Blink-182 (BMG) 160k
*Maxwell (Columbia) 55-60k
Drake (YMCMB/Republic) 37-41k
Beyoncé (Columbia) 26-30k
Blake Shelton (Warner Bros. Nashville) 22-26k
Hamilton (Uptown) 18-21k
Chris Stapleton (Mercury Nashville) 15-19k
Adele (XL/Columbia) 15-19k
Twenty One Pilots (Fueled by Ramen) 13-16k
Red Hot Chili Peppers (Warner Bros.) 13-16k
Meghan Trainor (Epic) 9-12k
Prince (Warner Bros.) 8-10k
Now Country 9 (NOW) 7-9k
Maren Morris (Columbia Nashville) 7-9k
*Snoop Dogg (eOne) 7-9k


In news directly outside our office window on Hollywood Blvd., all superheroes are fully permitted and tracked on a local registry, or soon will be. Also, we think Superman and Wolverine are a thing.