A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie Streams His Way to Another Week at No. 1

the idea was a very quiet sales week within the music industry ahead of the Grammy Awards on Sunday night.

With no major releases, in addition to also no debuts generating the idea to the Top 15, the Bronx rapper A Boogie Wit da Hoodie’s “Hoodie SZN” (Highbridge/Atlantic) returned to No. 1 for its third nonconsecutive week atop the Billboard chart. Driven by steady streams, the album moved a total of 47,000 equivalent units, according to Nielsen Music, combining 68 million digital on-demand song plays in addition to also just 398 in traditional sales — a record low in sales for a No. 1 album, beating its own bottom-water mark of 823 via last month. (Neither of the album’s trips to No. 1 in January came during its debut week on the Billboard 0, a rarity on today’s charts.)

“I Am > I Was,” the former chart-topper by the Atlanta rapper 21 Savage, climbed back to No. 2 via No. 8, following his arrest on Super Bowl Sunday by Immigration in addition to also Customs Enforcement agents. 21 Savage, whose album added another 40,000 units — with just 839 in sales — in its seventh week out, remains in ICE custody in addition to also is usually facing potential deportation proceedings because the government says he is usually within the United States illegally.

Future’s “The Wizrd,” another recent No. 1, fell one spot to No. 3 that will week, with 51 million streams in addition to also 1,0 in sales for a total of 40,000 units, while Travis Scott’s “Astroworld” is usually No. 4 in its 27th week on the chart. The soundtrack for “A Star is usually Born,” another chart fixture in recent months, is usually No. 5 with 38,000 units as the film in addition to also album continue their path through awards season.

Business should pick up next week: Ariana Grande, who has had two No. 1 hit songs so far that will year, released “Thank U, Next,” her second album in six months last Friday, in addition to also is usually poised for another blockbuster debut. in addition to also then there’s the Grammys stimulus, which could lead to sales bumps for Sunday night’s stars, like Kacey Musgraves, Brandi Carlile, H.E.R. in addition to also Cardi B. Musgraves won album of the year for “Golden Hour,” which peaked at No. 4 last April.