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Fresh off his Super Bowl LII halftime performance, RCA’s Justin Timberlake dominates the Top 50 Chart, as fifth studio album Man of the Woods goes #1 with 296k. MigosCulture II (QC/Motown/Capitol), meanwhile, slides to #2, moving more than 90k in its second week out. The red-hot trio also has four songs in the Song Revenue Chart Top 10, with “Walk It Talk It” f/Drake at #2 ($167k+) and “Stir Fry” at #4 ($152k).

Three other new releases make the overall chart’s Top 20 this week. NOW’s Now 65 appears at #10, Rich Brian’s Amen (88rising/EMPIRE) is #16 and AWOLNATION’s Here Come the Runts (Red Bull) comes in at #18.

NF’s Perception (NF Real Music/Caroline) jumps #24-19, as breakout hit “Let You Down” continues to move up inside the Pop radio Top 10 with sights set on the Top 5. As for more noteworthy moves, Maroon 5’s Red Pill Blues (222/Interscope) rises #38-27 in tandem with the release of the “Wait” music video, which stars headline-grabbing actress Alexandra Daddario. And then there’s Warner Bros.Dua Lipa, whose eponymous album goes #34-28, as smash “New Rules” spends a second week at #1 on the Pop radio chart. It’s also worth mentioning that Dua just did SNL.

When it comes to marketshare, SME is #1 with 39%, UMG is #2 with 36% and WMG follows with 23%, while the indies claim 3%.

Streeting this week are TDE/Aftermath/Interscope’s Black Panther and Republic’s Fifty Shades Freed soundtracks, as well as a set from Columbia’s MGMT.

 

YOUR TOP 20: WHOSE WOODS THESE ARE

 
  1. *Justin Timberlake (RCA) 275-290k total, 240-250k sales
  2. Migos (Quality Control/Motown/Capitol) 90-95k, 4-5k
  3. The Greatest Showman (Atlantic) 75-80k, 48-52k
  4. Ed Sheeran (Atlantic) 40-44k, 12-14k
  5. Bruno Mars (Atlantic) 31-34k, 9-11k
  6. Post Malone (Republic) 30-33k, 4-5k
  7. Camila Cabello (SYCO/Epic) 30-33k, 4-5k
  8. Kendrick Lamar (TDE/Aftermath/Interscope) 26-29k, 4-5k
  9. Now 65 (NOW) 24-27k, 24-27k
  10. G-Eazy (RCA) 22-25k, 1-2k
  11. Lil Uzi Vert (Generation Now/Atlantic) 22-25k, 1-2k
  12. Khalid (Right Hand Music/RCA) 21-24k, 2-3k
  13. Taylor Swift (Big Machine) 19-22k, 5-6k
  14. Imagine Dragons (Kidinakorner/Interscope) 19-22k, 5-6k
  15. *Rich Brian (88rising/Empire) 19-22k, 2-3k
  16. Lil Skies (Atlantic) 17-20k, <1k
  17. Kodak Black (Atlantic) 16-18k, <1k
  18. Eminem (Shady/Aftermath/Interscope) 16-18k, 4-5k
  19. NF (NF Real/Caroline) 15-17k, 3-4k
  20. Sam Smith (Capitol) 15-17k, 3-4k

 

*DEBUTS

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Whew, and with the Super Bowl this Sunday, he will do some NUMBERS.  Imagine being one of his haters.  It's gonna be a bad week for them.  :jonny5: 

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20/20 did a little less than a million in 2013 with the strength of Suit & Tie. 

 

I’m gonna be a bit conservative and say maybe 600-700k neighborhood. Do we know how much he did in preorders?

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I would hope so since he's doing the Super Bowl 2 days after release.

 

Let's wait for some REAL numbers.

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Just now, umich said:

20/20 did a little less than a million in 2013 with the strength of Suit & Tie. 

 

I’m gonna be a bit conservative and say maybe 600-700k neighborhood. Do we know how much he did in preorders?

nope

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