'Black Panther: The Album' Returns To #1 On The Billboard 200 Chart

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Tory Lanez debuts in the Top 5.

(AllHipHop News) After ceding the top spot to Bon Jovi's This House Is Not for Sale for one week, Black Panther: The Album is back at #1 for a third week. The Kendrick Lamar-curated project collected another 76,000 units.

Black Panther: The Album has now spent the most weeks atop the chart for a soundtrack since Frozen's 13 nonconsecutive week run in 2014. Meanwhile, Tory Lanez's Memories Don’t Die opened at #3 with 54,000 units.

Migos’ Culture II (#4), Post Malone’s Stoney (#6*),* Kendrick Lamar’s DAMN (#9), and 6ix9ine’s DAY69 (#10) remain in the Top 10. Logic is expected to lead the next Billboard 200 chart with his retail mixtape Bobby Tarantino II.