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Driven by a large ticket bundle and strong indie sales, The Raconteurs have dramatically entered the race for #1. The Jack White-fronted act is battling the debut EP from Lil Nas X

  1. *The Raconteurs (Third Man) 70-80k total activity. 68-78k album
  2. *Lil Nas X (Columbia) 70-80k, 3-4k
  3. Billie Eilish (Darkroom/Interscope) 55-60k, 11-13k
  4. Jonas Brothers (Republic) 40-45k, 11-13k
  5. Khalid (Right Hand Music/RCA) 30-35k, 2-4k
  6. *Gucci Mane (Atlantic) 30-35k, 1-2k
  7. Lizzo (Atlantic) 25-28k, 2-4k
  8. DaBaby (Interscope) 24-27k, <1k
  9. Ariana Grande (Republic) 24-27k, 1-3k
  10. Drake (YMCMB/Republic) 21-24k, <1k
  11. Elton JohnDiamonds (Island) 21-24k, 6-7k
  12. Polo G (Columbia) 21-24k, <1k
  13. Luke CombsThis One’s For You (River House/Columbia Nashville) 21-24k, 2-4k
  14. Post Malone (Republic) 21-24k, <1k
  15. DJ Khaled (We The Best/Epic) 20-23k, 1-2k
  16. *Prince (Rhino/Warner) 18-21k, 17-20k
  17. Tyler, The Creator (Columbia) 17-20k, <1k
  18. *Willie Nelson (Legacy) 17-20k, 17-20k
  19. Travis Scott (Cactus Jack/Grand Hustle/Epic) 16-19k, <1k
  20. A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie (Atlantic) 16-19k, <1k

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In other news, there's a giant inflatable Spiderman outside the window, so it must be Tuesday.

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