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WEEKLY ALBUM SALES: Ariana Grande Stands Her Ground

By Trackwave · Published: 2 months ago ( 14:07:02 February 23, 2019 )

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Ariana Grande stood her ground in first place with 155K Units. Queen came in second place with 59K Units, and Florida Georgia Line came in third place with 50K Units.
Florida Georgia Line had the only new album in the top 10. Drake released a mixtape from 2009 that made it into the top five with 47K Units. Ariana Grande must have the biggest album of the year. Queen moved up to second place. And Florida Georgia Line took third place.

Ariana Grande's thank u, next was in 1st place with 155K Units. Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody Soundtrack came in second place with 59K Units. And Florida Georgia Line's Can't Say I Ain't Country came in third place with 50K Units.

Drake So Far Gone (47K Units), Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper A Star is Born Soundtrack (47K Units), A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie Hoodie SZN (42K Units), Post Malone Beerbongs & Bentleys (34K Units), 21 Savage I Am > I Was (33K Units), Travis Scott Astroworld (32K Units), and Meek Mill Championships (31K Units) took the top 10 in that order.

Avril Lavigne's Head Above Water debuted outside the top 10 at 13th place (29K Units). And Tedeschi Trucks Band's Signs debuted in 29th place (18K Units). No other new releases charted including Chaka Khan's Hello Happiness and Ryan Bingham's American Love Song.

Next up we'll have releases from Weezer, and Hozier. See our Super Winter Album Guide 2019 for all the albums coming out this winter.

Top 10 Albums - February 21, 2019

1. Ariana Grande - Thank U, Next - 155K
2. Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody Soundtrack - 59K
3. Florida Georgia Line - Can't Say I Ain't Country - 50K
4. Drake - So Far Gone - 47K
5. Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper - A Star Is Born Soundtrack - 47K
6. A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie - Hoodie Szn - 42K
7. Post Malone - Beerbongs & Bentleys - 34K
8. 21 Savage - I Am > I Was - 33K
9. Travis Scott - Astroworld - 32K
10. Meek Mill - Championships - 31K

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