Kendrick Lamar and Tory Lanez

‘Black Panther: The Album’ Remains No. 1, Tory Lanez Debuts at No. 3

Black Panther: The Album remains at No. 1 at the box office and on the charts. The soundtrack to Marvel’s blockbuster tops the Billboard 200 for a third week.

Selling 76,000 equivalent album units (15,000 traditional), the Kendrick Lamar and Top Dawg Entertainment-curated project has spent the most weeks at No. 1 for a soundtrack since Frozen, which topped the chart for 13 non-consecutive weeks in 2014.

Tory Lanez earns the week’s highest debut at No. 3 with his sophomore album Memories Don’t Die, which sold 54,000 units (15,000 traditional). His debut I Told You opened at No. 4 in 2016 with 52,000 units.

“I SOLD 54,000 first week,” Swavey celebrated on social media. “NO SINGLE on Radio … NO CO-SIGN … that’s what i call one loyal ass real FANBASE !! thank u all.”

Elsewhere on the chart, Migos’ Culture II drops 3-4, Post Malone’s Stoney jumps 5-6, and Kendrick Lamar’s DAMN. holds steady at No. 9, while 6ix9ine’s DAY69 dips 4-10.

Billboard 200 Top 10

1. Various – Black Panther: The Album – 76,000
2. Various – The Greatest Showman – 60,000
3. Tory Lanez – Memories Don’t Die – 54,000
4. Migos – Culture II – 52,000
5. Ed Sheeran – ÷ – 36,000
6. Post Malone – Stoney – 35,000
7. Imagine Dragons – Evolve – 29,000
8. Camila Cabello – Camila – 27,000
9. Kendrick Lamar – DAMN. – 26,000
10. 6ix9ine – DAY69 – 24,000