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Drake and 21 Savage's 'Her Loss' Debuts at No. 1

  /  11.14.2022

Drake and 21 Savage are flexing on the charts.

Their joint album Her Loss debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with 404,000 equivalent album units in the week ending Nov. 10.

Of that sum, SEA units comprise 391,000 (513.56 million on-demand streams), while album sales account for 12,000.

The 16-track set, which was released Nov. 4 after being delayed a week, earns the biggest week for a hip-hop/R&B set and the fourth-largest streaming week for any album this year.

Her Loss becomes Drake’s 12th overall No. 1 and his second No. 1 of 2022 following Honestly, Nevermind, which debuted atop the chart in July with 204,000 equivalent album units.

Drake now has the third-most No. 1 albums on the Billboard 200, only trailing The Beatles with 19 and JAY-Z with 14. Her Loss is the third leader for 21 Savage following 2018’s I Am > I Was and 2020’s Savage Mode II with Metro Boomin.

Elsewhere, Joji returns to the top 10 with Smithereens, which opens at No. 5 with 57,000. The Weeknd’s The Highlights rises 7-6 with 39,000, while Steve Lacy’s Gemini Rights jumps 17-10 with 27,000 following its vinyl release.

Billboard 200 Top 10

1. Drake and 21 Savage – Her Loss – 404,000
2. Taylor Swift – Midnights – 299,000
3. Lil Baby – It’s Only Me – 62,000
4. Bad Bunny – Un Verano Sin Ti – 58,000
5. Joji – Smithereens – 57,000
6. Morgan Wallen – Dangerous: The Double Album – 41,000
7. The Weeknd – The Highlights – 39,000
8. Harry Styles – Harry’s House – 30,000
9. Zach Bryan – American Heartbreak – 28,000
10. Steve Lacy – Gemini Rights -27,000


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