AfterÂ the Marvel blockbusterÂ raked in another $108 million in its second weekend of release ”“ a second-week box office record for a Marvel movie and second all-time behindÂ Star Wars: The Force AwakensÂ ”“Â Black Panther: The AlbumÂ sold a total of 131,000 copies to remain at Number One. Of that total, 40,000 copies were from traditional album sales,Â BillboardÂ reports.
Two new releases managed to crack the Top 10 this week: At Number Four, Los Angeles rapper Nipsey Hussle’s long-awaited debut albumÂ Victory LapÂ moved 53,000 total copies. Brandi Carlile’sÂ By the Way, I Forgive YouÂ gave that singer her best Billboard 200 debut as the album entered at Number Five and 43,000 total copies.
The rest of the Top 10 was filled with returnees, led by Migos’Â Culture IIÂ at Number Two andÂ The Greatest ShowmanÂ soundtrack at Number Three. Further down, Justin Timberlake’sÂ Man of the WoodsÂ slid from Number Two to Number Six, Ed Sheeran’sÂ DivideÂ moved down one spot to Number Seven and Kendrick Lamar’sÂ Damn. placed at Number Eight. Post Malone’sÂ StoneyÂ (Number Nine) and theÂ Fifty Shades FreedÂ soundtrack (Number 10) rounded out the Top 10.
Black Panther: The AlbumÂ andÂ Greatest ShowmanÂ will once again face off for next week’s Number One along with new releases from Vance Joy and 6ix9ine.