Bad Bunny’s fourth solo studio album earned 115,000 equivalent album units, of which 114,000 consisted of SEA units, equaling 160.18 million on-demand streams of the set’s tracks. Un Verano Sin Ti has moved over 100,000 units in each of its first eight weeks, which hasn’t been accomplished since Views by Drake amassed 100,000-plus in its first 10 weeks over the summer of 2016.
Un Verano Sin Ti also hasn’t dipped below No. 2 on the Billboard 200 since its release. The last album to achieve such a feat was when—you guessed it—Drake spent nine weeks in the top two last year with Certified Lover Boy.
Speaking of Drake, his polarizing seventh studio album Honestly, Nevermind dipped from first to third in its second week with 73,000 equivalent album units, paving the way for the release of…Growin’ Up by Luke Combs to slide into the second spot. With 74,000 units, Growin’ Up became the biggest debut for a country album this year.
Chris Brown’s latest album Breezy finished fourth, just behind Honestly, Nevermind and Growin’ Up, after collecting 72,000 units, slightly exceeding projections, which had his 10th solo studio album topping out at 70,000 units. This marks his 12th album to reach the top 10 of the Billboard 200.
Rounding out the top five is Lil Durk’s 7220, which catapulted from No. 18 following the release of the deluxe edition, featuring 14 additional tracks curated by his kids, with appearances by Moneybagg Yo, Ella Mai, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, and more.