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TOP 20: A LIL MORE OF THE SAME

Lil Baby logs another week at #1. Post Malone moves up this week with help from the vinyl release of Hollywood’s Bleeding. Similarly, Lil Durk’s deluxe edition propels Just Cause Y’all Waited 2 back onto the chart at #3, its highest rank thus far. 

  1. Lil Baby (Quality Control/Motown/Capitol) 65-70k, <1k
  2. Post Malone (Republic) 35-40k, 3-5k
  3. Lil Durk (Alamo/Interscope) 35-40, <1k
  4. DaBaby (SCMG/Interscope) 33-38k, ~1k
  5. Harry Styles (Columbia) 28-32k, 4-6k
  6. Polo G (Columbia) 28-32k, <1k
  7. Lil Uzi Vert (Generation Now/Atlantic) 28-32k, <1k
  8. Drake (OVO/Republic) 28-32k, <1k
  9. The Weeknd (XO/Republic) 28-32k, 2-3k
  10. Lady Gaga (Interscope) 28-32k, 7-9k
  11. Future (Freebandz/Epic) 27-30k, <1k
  12. 6LACK (LVRN/Interscope) 27-30k, 6-8k
  13. A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie (Highbridge/Atlantic) 27-30k, <1k
  14. Gunna (Young Stoner Life) 25-28k, <1k
  15. HAIM (Columbia) 24-27k, 15-18k
  16. Bad Bunny (Rimas) 21-24k, <1k
  17. Roddy Ricch (Bird Vision/Atlantic) 21-24k, <1k
  18. Luke Combs (River House/Columbia Nashville) 21-24k, 2-3k
  19. Teyana Taylor (G.O.O.D/Def Jam) 19-21k, 1-2k
  20. Hamilton (Uptown/Atlantic) 19-21k, 2-4k             

Debuts

In obvious news, wear a mask, for crying out loud.

FREEDOM NOW AND OTHER JAMS, PT. 2
Marveling at Miles. (2/25a)
BILLIE'S GOT AN ALBUM READY FOR RELEASE
We now know how she spent her lockdown. (2/24a)
BLACK MUSIC COLLECTIVE SLATES GRAMMY WEEK EVENT
A first for the Academy's new group. (2/24a)
SPOTIFY GOES HIFI, BARACK & BRUCE BOW
The Bruce & Barack Show is available on demand. (2/23a)
FREEDOM NOW AND OTHER JAMS, PT. 1
Social justice through the lens of jazz (2/23a)
BLACK HISTORY MONTH
A jazz chronicle of fighting the power.
GRAMMYS: WHERE TO FROM HERE?
After the snubs, the show.
ACQUITTED
In a phenomenal display of cowardice.
MOVING THE NEEDLE
When vaccination schedules and touring schedules meet.
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