Taylor Swift holds the highest of the Billboard 200 album chart along with her newest remake, whereas Jung Kook of BTS opens at No. 2 and a posthumous launch by Jimmy Buffett lands within the High 10.
“1989 (Taylor’s Model),” a rerecording of Swift’s nine-year-old LP, stays at No. 1 for a second time after an enormous debut, when the brand new version topped the opening-week gross sales of the unique. In its second week out, the remade “1989” had the equal of 245,000 gross sales in america, together with 160 million streams and 122,000 copies offered as a whole bundle, in accordance with knowledge from the monitoring service Luminate.
Jung Kook, the newest member of the Ok-pop kings BTS to launch a solo album through the group’s hiatus, begins at No. 2 with “Golden,” which notched almost 42 million streams and offered 128,500 copies as a whole album, totally on CD. Jung Kook — whose identify can also be typically spelled Jungkook — had a No. 1 single this summer season with “Seven,” that includes the rapper Latto.
Buffett, the “Margaritaville” singer who died of pores and skin most cancers in September at age 76, opens at No. 6 with “Equal Pressure on All Components,” which Buffett recorded this 12 months and accomplished earlier than his demise. That includes visitor spots by Emmylou Harris, Angélique Kidjo and others — Paul McCartney performs bass on one music — “Equal Pressure” arrived with 51,000 gross sales.
Additionally this week, Drake’s “For All of the Canine” is No. 3, Morgan Wallen’s “One Factor at a Time” is No. 4 and Unhealthy Bunny’s “Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana” is No. 5.