Nav's 'Bad Habits' Debuts at No. 1
Nav, who so desperately wanted to receive attention from TMZ, has just scored his first No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 chart.
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Nav, who so desperately wanted to receive attention from TMZ, has just scored his first No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 chart. As Billboard reports, the Toronto-based rapper and producer's new album Bad Habits has debuted at the top spot of the charts, earning an impressive 82,000 album equivalent units in the week ending Mar. 28. That includes 24,000 album sales.
Bad Habits, which dropped Mar. 22 via XO/Republic Records, was assisted by the Mar. 26 release of a deluxe edition of the record featuring eight extra tracks. His highest-charting record before Bad Habits was his debut album, Reckless, which peaked at No. 8 last year. His Perfect Timing mixtape with Metro Boomin peaked at No. 13 in 2017, while his self-titled mixtape from the same year reached No. 24.
Rich the Kid's new project The World Is Yours 2 has also debuted in the top 10 of the chart, coming in at No. 4 with 42,000 units. His highest-charting release remains the original World Is Yours, which landed at No. 2.
Meanwhile, Ariana Grande continues to cling onto the No. 2 spot with Thank U, Next, bringing in 62,000 album equivalent units. Thank U, Next has stuck to the top two spots of the Billboard 200 since its release. Juice WRLD's Death Race for Love lost its top spot and slipped to No. 3 with 54,000 units. XXXTentacion's ? album reentered the top 10 at No. 5 thanks to newly released merch and bonus tracks to mark its one-year anniversary.