AceShowbiz - Bryson Tiller nabs his first No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart as his second studio album "True to Self" debuts atop the list. Making its way out via TrapSoul/RCA Records, the set racked up 107,000 equivalent album units, including 47,000 in traditional album sales, in the week ending June 1, according to Nielsen Music.
"True to Self" was released on May 26, a month earlier than its initial release date on June 23. It is the follow-up to the Kentucky rapper's debut effort "T R A P S O U L", which debuted at No. 8 in January 2016. Following behind "True to Self" is Kendrick Lamar's latest album "DAMN" which stays steady at No. 2 with 84,000 units.
At No. 3, The Beatles' "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" re-enters the chart with 75,000 units. The classic set returns to the chart, thanks to its 50th anniversary on May 26. It previously spent 15 weeks atop the chart back in 1967, and now it marks the return of the band on the chart since 2001.
Drake's "More Life" is a non-mover at No. 4 with 50,000 units, while Lil Yachty's debut album "Teenage Emotions" bows at No. 5 in its first week with 46,000 units, including 20,000 in traditional album sales.
Ed Sheeran's "Divide (division sign)" holds steady at No. 6 with 60,000 units, followed by Bruno Mars' "24K Magic" at No. 7 with a little more than 38,000 units. Meanwhile, Chris Stapleton's "From A Room: Volume 1" falls to No. 8 with 38,000 units.
"Summer Latin Hits 2017" compilation lands at No. 9 with 37,000 units. The sum was greatly powered by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee's "Despacito". Rounding out this week's top ten is Harry Styles' self-titled debut solo album "Harry Styles", which descends to No. 10 with 36,000 units.