Logic Lands First No. 1 Album With ‘Everybody’

blame it on Meka May 15, 2017

Third time’s the charm.

Billboard has reported that Logic’s Everybody has topped its Billboard 200 chart in its first week, edging out country singer Chris Stapleton’s From A Room: Volume 1.

Marking the rapper’s first chart-topping album (2014’s Under Pressure landed at No. 4, 2015’s The Incredible True Story debuted at No. 3, and his 2016 mixtape Bobby Tarantino debuted at No. 12), Everybody also gives Logic his best first-week sales ever, totaling 247,000 equivalent album units (with 196,000 in traditional album sales), and easily beating his previous high of 118,000 sold by The Incredible True Story in its first week.

Logic also stopped Kendrick Lamar‘s three-week reign atop the Billboard 200, as DAMN came in at No. 3 with 134,000 units. Drake’s More Life rounds out the top five, taking the fifth spot with 62,000 units.

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