Travis Scott's new compilation album 'JackBoys' debuts at #1 on the Global Album Chart with 192,000 equivalent sales!

Posted on January 13, 2020

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Travis Scott's new compilation album 'JackBoys' has landed at #1 on the Global Album Chart with 192,000 equivalent sales, 154,000 of which are from the US and 11,000 from Canada according to Billboard/Nielsen Soundscan. Another 7,000 are from the UK according to the Official charts company, 3,000 from Germany (GfK), 2,500 from France (SNEP) and 1,400 from Australia (ARIA).


Harry Styles' 'Fine Line' holds at #2, with sales of 101.000 units this past week and a total of 900.000 after debuting atop the Global Chart, while Billie Eilish's 'When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go' holds at #3 after selling another 100K units and 4.590.000 so far!


The Soundtrack 'Frozen 2' holds at #4 after selling another 96.000 units and 735.000 so far, while Post Malone's 'Hollywood's Bleeding' rebounds 7-5 after selling another 94.000 units and 2.890.000 since its release.


Roddy Rich's 'Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial' rebounds 9-6 after selling another 84.000 units and 377.000 so far, while Lewis Capaldi's 'Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent’ rebounds 10-7 after selling another 60.000 units and 1.654.000 so far!


Ed Sheeran's 'No.6 Collaborations Project' holds at #8 after selling another 57.000 units and 2.749.000 since its release 20 weeks ago, while Red Velvet's 'The ReVe Festival Final EP' debuts at #9 globally with first week sales of 54,000.


Closing this week's Top 10 is Coldplay's 'Everyday Life' after selling another 50.000 equivalent units and 674.000 so far!


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