Roddy Ricch is back on top again.
In the U.S., Please Excuse Me collected just under 95,000 equivalent album sales in the week ending Jan. 30, which pushed Ricch to the top. It first rose to no. 1 on the Dec. 21, 2019 chart, then dropped for three weeks, before returning to No. 1 on Jan. 18. The album then fell again for two weeks, before recovering.
Ricch wasn't the only one who surged this week. After Billie Eilish’s Grammys sweep, the singer’s debut album When We Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? also returned to the top three.
That Ricch and Eilish both dominated this week furthers their cosmic connection. The last album to have three separate visits to the top was Eilish’s When We Fall Asleep, which went No. 1 for three weeks in 2019 in three separate one-week intervals. When We Fall Asleep was No. 1 during its debut week, on April 13, then again on May 4 and June 8.
The album shot back to the top three with a 77% increase thanks to 62,000 equivalent album units earned. Eilish and her brother Finneas—co-writer and producer for When We Fall Asleep—cleaned up at the Grammy Awards on Jan. 26, winning five awards each. Eilish made history as the first woman and second artist ever to win the top four categories: Album of The Year, Record of The year, Song of The Year, and Best New Artist.