Kendrick Lamar stays atop Billboard manuscript sales chart


LOS ANGELES RB thespian Mary J. Blige and British choice rope Gorillaz could not mangle Kendrick Lamar’s power on a weekly U.S. Billboard 200 manuscript chart, as a rapper’s manuscript “Damn.” hold onto a tip mark for a third uninterrupted week.

Lamar’s “Damn.” sole another 173,000 units that enclosed 157 million streams in a week finale May 4, according to total from Nielsen SoundScan.

Gorillaz, a practical charcterised rope co-created by British alt-rocker Damon Albarn, saw a latest manuscript “Humanz” entrance during No. 2 with 140,000 units sold, while Blige’s “Strength of a Woman” non-stop during No. 3 with 78,000 units sold.

The Billboard 200 manuscript draft tallies units from manuscript sales, strain sales (10 songs equal one album) and streaming activity (1,500 streams equal one album).

Other new entries in a tip 10 of a draft this week embody Epic Record’s gathering of strike singles “Epic AF V2” during No. 6 and singer-songwriter Willie Nelson during No. 10 with “God’s Problem Child.”

On a Digital Songs chart, that measures online singular sales, hiphop writer DJ Khaled and Justin Bieber’s “I’m a One” debuted during No. 1 with 171,000 copies sold.

(Reporting by Piya Sinha-Roy; Editing by Cynthia Osterman)


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