Morgan Wallen‘s double album, Dangerous, has topped the Billboard 200 for the ninth consecutive week.
The 30-track Dangerous: The Double Album is the first country album to stay at No. 1 for its first nine weeks in the Billboard 200’s 64-year history.
Released on January 8 on Big Loud Records, the set earned 78,000 equivalent album units in the United States in the week ending March 11, according to MRC Data.
The total can be split into 71,000 streaming equivalent albums (SEA) units, 6,000 album sales, and 1,000 track equivalent albums (TEA) units.
Pop Smoke‘s Shoot for the Stars Aim for the Moon rose one spot to No. 2 with 40,000 equivalent album units earned.
Pooh Shiesty‘s Shiesty Season reached its highest rank on the chart, No. 3, with 32,000 equivalent album units earned.
The Weeknd‘s After Hours moved several steps ahead to hit No. 4 with just under 32,000 equivalent album units earned, while his compilation album The Highlights fell to No. 16 from second position with 24,000 equivalent album units earned.
Lil Durk‘s The Voice remains at No. 5.
(Photo: John Shearer)
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