Miller’s The Divine Feminine, which he discussed in an in-depth interview with Complex this month, took the No. 2 spot with 48,000 earned units, 32,000 of which were traditional album sales, according to Billboard.This marks the rapper’s fourth consecutive album to land in the top 5. His 2015 record GO:OD AM debuted at No. 4; 2013’s Watching Movies With the Sound Off peaked at No. 3; and 2011’s Blue Slide Park made it to No.1.
Usher’s Hard II Love placed several spots behind The Divine Feminine, taking the No. 5 spot with 38,000 units. Billboard reports this is is the singer's eighth top 10 album ever; the last was Looking 4 Myself, which debuted at No. 1 in 2012.
As we previously mentioned, Drake’s VIEWS reclaimed the No. 1 slot for the 13th nonconsecutive week, earning 53,000 units. According to Billboard, VIEWS’ seven-week absence from the top spot marks the biggest “gap between weeks at No. 1 for an album in over three years.” The last was Mumford & Sons’ Babel, which returned to the No. 1 spot after 17 weeks.
The Suicide Squad soundtrack took this week’s No. 3 spot with 46,000 units Aaron Lewis’ Sinner took No.4 with 42,000 units.