It’s been nearly 20 years since The Backstreet Boys last had a #1 album, 2000’s Black & Blue. This week, DNA, their ninth studio album, returns the band to the top. After debuting on last week’s chart with only one day of sales and streams, Weezer’s "Teal Album" is eyeing a possible move into the Top 5 for its first full week.

  1. *Backstreet Boys (K-Bahn/RCA) 212-222k total activity, 207-217k album
  2. Future (FREEBANDZ/Epic) 53-58k, 1-2k
  3. A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie (Atlantic) 42-47k, <1k
  4. Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper (Interscope) 33-38k, 14-17k
  5. Weezer (Crush/Atlantic) 32-37k, 24-27k
  6. Meek Mill (Atlantic) 32-37k, 1-2k
  7. Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse (Republic) 31-36k, 3-4k
  8. 21 Savage (Slaughter Gang/Epic) 31-36k, <1k
  9. Post Malone (Republic) 30-35k, 3-4k
  10. Travis Scott (Cactus Jack/Grand Hustle/Epic) 30-35k, <1k
  11. Drake (YMCMB/Republic) 29-33k, 1-2k
  12. QueenGreatest Hits (Hollywood) 28-32k, 7-9k
  13. The Greatest Showman (Atlantic) 24-27k, 13-16k
  14. Kodak Black (Atlantic) 24-27k, <1k
  15. *Bring Me The Horizon (Columbia) 22-25k, 14-17k
  16. XXXTENTACION – Presents Members Only, Vol. 4 (Members Only/Empire) 22-25k, 1-2k
  17. Juice WRLD (Grade A/Interscope) 21-24k, <1k
  18. Bad Bunny (Rimas) 21-24k, <1k
  19. XXXTENTACION - ? (Bad Vibes Forever) 20-23k, 1-2k
  20. Lil Baby & Gunna (Quality Control/Motown/Capitol) 20-23k, <1k


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