Mac Miller & Usher Debut Top 5 On Billboard 200

blame it on Patrick Glynn September 26, 2016

Two of September 16’s main releases came in the form of Mac Miller’s The Divine Feminine and Usher’s Hard II Love (which got a little head start when it was premiered on TiDAL a couple days early).

Both albums sold and streamed enough to appear in the top five of the latest Billboard 200 chart, too, which saw Drake’s VIEWS top the list for the 13th time in non-consecutive weeks.

The Divine Feminine sold 48,000 copies — about 40,000 less than 2015’s GO:OD AM, albeit with a bit less promotion and content. Hard II Love pushed 38,000, wondering if he could’ve done a bit more with help from Apple Music and Spotify.

Overall, it seemed like a pretty low-selling week for albums, as 53,000 in sales topped the chart last week. That may continue into next week with the likes of Audio PushTy Dolla $ign and Mick Jenkins offering the best chance to crack into the top 10.

Check out the full top 10 below.

  1. Drake – VIEWS (53,000 in sales)
  2. Mac Miller – The Divine Feminine (48,000)
  3. Suicide Squad OST (46,000)
  4. Aaron Lewis – Sinner (42,000)
  5. Usher – Hard II Love (38,000)
  6. Jason Aldean – They Don’t Know (38,000)
  7. Travis Scott – Birds In the Trap Sing McKnight (32,000)
  8. Twenty One Pilots – Blurryface (28,000)
  9. Casing Crowns – The Very Last Thing (28,000)
  10. Florida Georgia Line – Dig Your Roots (25,000)