The Weeknd is going for the three-peat. The After Hours album from the Toronto crooner is set for the top spot on the Billboard 200 for the third week in a row.
The third week for Abel will see the album bringing in 90,000 equivalent album units. 23,000 of those albums came from traditional sales, with 64,000 coming from streaming. The album pulled in 89.4 million on-demand streams this week.
The No. 2 album on the charts is Rod Wave’s Pray 4 Love, which will do 72,000 equivalent album units in its debut week, powered by a streaming number of 69,000.
The upcoming week will introduce Tory Lanez to the charts, do you think he has enough to overcome a fellow Canadian?