If you are interested in discovering some new and popular music, check out these top five albums on the Billboard 200 albums chart! Currently, these are the albums that are performing the best in terms of streams, physical sales and digital sales. The albums listed below are representative for the week of Nov. 9.
1. Jesus is King by Kayne West
This album by Kanye West is only about 27 minutes long, but it is doing exceptionally well due to West’s die-hard fans and listeners. On this record, West takes a more experimental route on his ninth studio album. While it still features Rap and Hip Hop (one of his staples), it has prominent Christain themes.
2.Hollywood’s Bleeding by Post Malone
This is the third album by Post Malone featuring many artists such as DaBaby, Future, Halsey, Meek Mill, Lil Baby, Ozzy Osbourne, Travis Scott, SZA, Swae Lee and Young Thug. This album so far has been on the chart for 8 weeks, showing phenomenal success in terms of sales. This body of work proves that Post Malone is a music powerhouse that is not going anywhere anytime soon.
3. Pony by Rex Orange County
Pony is the third studio album by this British singer and songwriter. The album falls into the indie category and debuted at number three this week. This album was released after several single releases from the singer. It features the songs “10/10” and “Pluto Projector.”
4. Al YoungBoy 2 by Youngboy Never Broke Again
This Rap and Hip Hop album is the 14th mixtape by Youngboy Never Broke Again. The mixtape featured the singles “Self Control” and “Slime Mentality,” which were also both in the EP titled, The Continuance. Although it falls to number four this week, it debuted at number one, and it is YoungBoy’s first album to top the chart.
5. Over It by Summer Walker
This album is by an upcoming R&B and Soul singer. It is Walker’s debut studio album. It debuted at number two, but after a few weeks has fallen to number five. The album has spawned the notable singles “Playing Games” and “Stretch You Out”. It also showcases a remix of Walker’s “Girls Need Love” featuring Drake.
Sources: Billboard, Genius, Wikipedia