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The Weeknd Top the Charts

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  1. Melody Bot

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    The Weeknd once again tops the Billboard charts:

    The Weeknd’s After Hours scores a third straight week at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, becoming the first album to lead for three consecutive weeks since Post Malone’s Hollywood’s Bleeding also spent its first three weeks atop the tally last year (Sept. 21-Oct. 5, 2019-dated charts), of a total of five non-consecutive frames at No. 1.

  2. aniafc


    How bad did the new ATL album do? Not even a top 10 debut? Yikes...
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  4. aniafc


    Just saw that it debuted at #32. Man, that’s a bummer. I wonder how they were projecting it to do given everything going on. The album rips
  5. huntercrunch


    Yeah, I'm disappointed with how badly ATL performed..... and we thought LYR at #9 was bad. This is the first time since SWIR nearly 13 years ago that they didn't hit the top 10. It's such a shame. The album is really, really good.

    I think it's safe to say they're past their commercial peak at this point. So what point would that have been? Future Hearts maybe? It would have hit number 1 if it weren't for a technicality with a soundtrack hit. The music videos/streaming numbers were really high in that album too.
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