Justin Bieber’s Justice returns to number one on Rolling Stone’s 200 Best Albums chart, beating Demi Lovato’s seventh studio album, Dancing with the devil … The art of starting over, just over 1,100 units – the second closest race to the number one in RS 200 history. Justice is only the second album so far this year, following Morgan Wallen’s long journey Dangerous: the double album, to top off the RS 200 for over a week.
While Dancing with the devil … The art of starting over was the biggest album of the week in terms of sales, with over 37,000, Justice saw more than double the streams. In all, Justice saw 69,800 units from April 2-8, while Dancing with the devil saw 68,600 units. This marks the debut of Lovato’s RS 200.
Last week’s number one album, Rod Wave’s SoulFly, falls to number three, followed by Lil Tjay Destiny 2 Victory, which marks the second biggest start of the week and marks a new career high for Lil Tjay in the RS 200. Dangerous: the double album closes the top five with 59,500 units.
Dancing with the devil … The art of starting over
Dangerous: the double album
the Rolling stone The 200 albums chart lists the most popular releases for the week in the United States. Entries are categorized by album units, a number that combines digital and physical album sales, digital song sales, and audio streams using a custom weighting system. The card does not include passive listening such as terrestrial radio or digital radio. the Rolling stone The 200 albums chart is updated daily and weekly Rolling stone finalize and publish an official version of the chart, covering the seven-day period ending the previous Thursday.
Other notable entries on the RS 200 include Sturgill Simpson Cuttin ‘Grass Vol. 2, which enters at number 46 after a vinyl release. The Bee Gees’ The biggest debuts in RS 200 at number 185 as ‘More Than a Woman’ flows soar.
See the full RS 200 here.