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Kendrick Lamar will likely return to #1 this Friday as Linkin Park looks set for a #2 debut. Of course, we still have a few days left in the chart week, so stay tuned. Here’s how it looks at midweek.

  1. Kendrick Lamar (TDE/Interscope) 95-105k SPS, 21-24k album
  2. (*) Linkin Park (Warner Bros.) 85-90k, 80-85k
  3. Harry Styles (Columbia) 60-65k, 38-42k
  4. Drake (YMCMB/Republic) 51-56k, 3-5k
  5. Chris Stapleton (Mercury Nashville) 42-47k, 35-40k
  6. Ed Sheeran (Atlantic) 40-45k, 14-17k
  7. Bruno Mars (Atlantic) 35-40k, 13-15k
  8. Epic AF (Epic) 33-38k
  9. Vol. 2 Guardians of the Galaxy (Hollywood) 30-35k
  10. Migos (Quality Control) 28-32k, 1-3k
  11. Post Malone (Republic) 28-32k, 1-3k
  12. Logic (Def Jam) 27-30k, 5-7k
  13. Moana (Walt Disney) 27-30k, 13-15k
  14. (*) Rascal Flatts (Big Machine/BMLG) 25-28k, 21-24k
  15. The Chainsmokers (Disruptor/Columbia) 25-28k, 5-7k
  16. Zac Brown Band (Southern Ground/Atlantic) 25-28k, 21-24k
  17. Future (FREEBANDZ/Epic) 24-27k, 1-2k
  18. Khalid (Right Hand Music/RCA) 24-27k, 2-3k
  19. The Weeknd (XO/Republic) 21-24k, 4-6k
  20. Playboi Carti (AWGE/Interscope) 18-21k, <1k

(*) Debuts

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