Drake’s CLB Album tops Billboard 200 charts after dropping down to No. 2. According to Billboard, Drake’s CLB album moved back to the No. 1 of the charts for a fourth week, non-consecutively.
In line with MRC Data, Drake’s Certified Lover Boy album regains the number 1 position with 94, 000 equivalent album units earned in the United States.
Drake’s Certified Lover Boy album spent three weeks at No 1 from 18th September to 2nd October on charts, and it moved down to the number 2 slot for the past two weeks, whilst YoungBoy Never Broke Again’s Sincerely, Kentrell and Taylor Swift’s Fearless take the lead within the period.
According to Billboard, CLB had 171,000 equivalent album units in the past week, which made up of 165,000 streaming equivalent album (SEA) units, 4, 000 album sales, and 2, 000 Track Equivalent Units. Drake‘s album appeared at 613,000 units during its September release, which is an amazing run.
Drake’s CLB album is the first rap album this year to spend its first three weeks on the Billboard 200 at number 1.
Billie Eilish’s Happier Than Ever was at the number 1 for three weeks and Morgan Wallen’s Dangerous: The Double Album Number 1 for 10 straight weeks. They are the only two albums to occupy the top position for at least three weeks this year.