HITS Daily Double

The Greatest Showman repeats at #1 in a week without any substantial new releases, fueled by a big Golden Globes look. If the soundtrack holds on, could it challenge Camila Cabello for #1 next week?

  1. The Greatest Showman (Atlantic) 95-100k SPS , 66-71k Sales
  2. Ed Sheeran (Atlantic) 50-55k, 13-15k
  3. Taylor Swift (Big Machine) 35-38k, 12-14k
  4. G-Eazy (RCA) 35-38k, 4-5k
  5. Post Malone (Republic) 34-37k, 3-4k
  6. Eminem (Shady/Aftermath/Interscope) 32-35k, 14-16k
  7. Kendrick Lamar (TDE/Aftermath/Interscope) 32-35k, 6-7k
  8. Huncho Jack, Travis Scott, Quavo (Quality Control/Cactus Jack/Motown/Grand Hustle/Epic/Capitol) 31-34k, 1-2k
  9. Imagine Dragons (Kidinakorner/Interscope) 28-31k, 9-11k
  10. Bruno Mars (Atlantic) 27-30k, 5-6k
  11. Lil Uzi Vert (Generation Now/Atlantic) 24-27k, <1k
  12. Khalid (Right Hand Music) 24-27k, 3-4k
  13. Sam Smith (Capitol) 22-25k, 7-8k
  14. Chris Brown (RCA) 18-21k, 1-2k
  15. Demi Lovato (Hollywood/Safehouse/Island) 17-20k, 2-3k
  16. Kodak Black (Atlantic) 17-20k, <1k
  17. Quality Control (Quality Control/Motown/Capitol) 16-18k, <1k
  18. SZA (TDE/RCA) 16-18k, 2-3k
  19. 21 Savage, Offset & Metro Boomin (Slaughter Gang/Epic) 15-17k, <1k
  20. Lil Pump (Tha Global Lights/Warner Bros.) 15-17k, <1k

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