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

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.