HITS Daily Double

Logic will debut at #1 this week with his new mixtape, Bobby Tarantino II. Both Logic and the latest from Lil Yachty will see the majority of their totals come from streaming. Old-school retail still drives rock, however, with both Judas Priest and Jimi Hendrix each collecting over 95% of their totals from CD and vinyl sales. David Byrne appears headed to the Top 5 on the strength of a ticket bundle, which will make up most of his debut week.

  1. *Logic (Def Jam) 115-125k SPS, 30-33k Sales
  2. Black Panther (TDE/Aftermath/Interscope) 64-69k, 10-12k
  3. *Lil Yachty (Quality Control/Motown/Capitol) 62-67k, 7-8k
  4. *David Byrne (Nonesuch) 56-60k, 55-59k
  5. The Greatest Showman (Atlantic) 48-52k, 30-33k
  6. Migos (Quality Control/Motown/Capitol) 46-50k, 3-4k
  7. *Judas Priest (Epic) 42-46k, 41-45k
  8. *Jimi Hendrix (Legacy) 32-35k, 31-34k
  9. Post Malone (Republic) 31-34k, 2-3k
  10. Ed Sheeran (Atlantic) 30-33k, 10-12k
  11. *Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats (Stax/Concord) 25-28k, 24-27k
  12. Imagine Dragons (Kidinakorner/Interscope) 25-28k, 8-9k
  13. Camila Cabello (SYCO/Epic) 25-28k, 4-5k
  14. Kendrick Lamar (TDE/Aftermath/Interscope) 23-26k, 5-6k
  15. Tory Lanez (Mad Love/Interscope) 22-25k, 3-4k
  16. 6ix9ine (Scumgang/Tenthousand) 20-23k, 1-2k
  17. Bruno Mars (Atlantic) 20-23k, 6-7k
  18. Khalid (Right Hand Music) 19-22k, 2-3k
  19. Lil Uzi Vert (Generation Now/Atlantic) 18-21k, <1k
  20. Justin Timberlake (RCA) 18-21k, 9-11k


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