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CHART FINAL:
MORGAN IS MASSIVE

Morgan Wallen has a very big #1 bow on our Top 50 chart with his 30-track Big Loud/Republic set, Dangerous: The Double Album, which instantly becomes the top-streaming country album in history by a wide margin.

Republic owns the Top 3 and half of the Top 10. 

Morgan's opening frame is a boffo 261k+. His 228m first-week streams, meanwhile, are more than double those of the next-biggest country release—and equal to the combined total of the other Top 5 country streamers.

Morgan's labelmates Taylor Swift and Pop Smoke (Victor Victor) continue their brilliant runs at #2 and #3, respectively. Alamo/Geffen/Interscope's Lil Durk and the week's next-biggest debut after Wallen, RCA's Jazmine Sullivan, round out the Top 5. XO/Republic's The Weeknd lands at #6, jumping 10 spots from last week's chart to become this week's greatest gainer.

Drill down into the entire chart right here.

In other news, there's considerable chatter on the socials about "Marshall Law," which is either misspelled right-wing propaganda or an exciting new Dick Wolf procedural starring Eminem.

 

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