Logic's "Everybody" sells a quarter million copies in its first week.
This week, Logic's Everybody displaces Kendrick Lamar's DAMN. on the top of the charts. Kendrick move down to #3, ahead of Drake, Bruno Mars, and Gorillaz in the top 10. Russ also debuts his new record, There Really Is A Wolf, at #7, which is a really great first appearance from the young ATLien. Migos, Post Malone, Future, and The Weeknd pepper top 20 real estate, while Khalid, Kodak Black, Playboi Carti, and Mary J. Blige just missed out on our list but still fall within the top 30.
1) Logic — Everybody: Taking the #1 spot this week is Logic with Everybody, his third studio album. The Cali-dwelling MC brought along Killer Mike, Chuck D, Juicy J, and more to partake in his latest release, and it helps it land at the forefront of the charts in its debut week with 247,240 TAEU (total album equivalent units) and 195,993 sales.
2) Kendrick Lamar — DAMN.: Bumped from the #1 spot by Logic (and from the #2 spot by country singer Chris Stapleton) is Kendrick Lamar. DAMN. comes in at #3 this week, with 134,236 TAEU and 38,065 sales to count towards its success.
3) Drake — More Life: At #5 is Drake's More Life playlist. The release debuted at #1 and has floated around the top 5 in recent weeks. This time around, the album does 61,643 TAEU and 3,862 sales.
4) Russ — There Really Is A Wolf: Atlanta's Russ has blown up in recent months, and his debut album lands at #7 during its first week on the charts. Without a single feature, there's no one to thank but himself for nailing this one, and his 48,944 TAEU and 23,745 sales aren't due to a guest spot by a huge rapper, a rarity for rap in 2017.
5) Bruno Mars — 24K Magic: Bruno Mars continues to thrive at #8, down just one spot from last week. 24K Magic, his latest release, clocks 41,566 TAEU and 16,278 sales during its 25th week on the charts.
6) Gorillaz — Humanz: Gorillaz' Humanz is stacked with features, ranging from Pusha T to soul legend Mavis Staples. The record debuted at #2 last week and drops back to #9 with 40,470 TAEU and 30,788 sales to its name.
7) Migos — Culture: Coming in at the same #13 spot as last week is Culture. The Migos' sophomore album has been a thorough success partially due to mega-hits like "Bad and Boujee" and "T Shirt." This time, the ATLiens log 32,257 TAEU and 2,419 sales.
8) Post Malone — Stoney: Up from #18 to #15 is Post Malone with his debut studio album Stoney. The record has proven to be a great success, and even after being released 22 weeks ago, it lands in the top 20 with 30,456 TAEU and 2,280 sales.
9) Future — Future: Future's self-titled album is in at #17, down a couple spots since last time around. The album, which features the increasingly popular "Mask Off", comes in with 29,112 TAEU and 1,606 sales.
10) The Weeknd — Starboy: At #19 is Abel Tesfaye, better known as The Weeknd. The Toronto-bred star clocks 26,714 TAEU and 6,676 sales as he drops back from last week's stint at #17.
This week there's a new #1 song from Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee Featuring Justin Bieber called "Despacito," an infectious reggaton-inflected pop gem that debuts immediately at the top of the chart and displaces the former #1 which also featured the Biebs: DJ Khaled's "I'm The One." Future's "Mask Off" is up from #7 to #6 and Lil Uzi Vert's "XO TOUR Llif3" is up from #9 to #8. They're joined by Kendrick, Bruno Mars, and Kyle & Lil Yachty in the top 10. Despite having the #1 album, Logic only has two songs on the Hot 100, while Drake has four and Kendrick has five.