AceShowbiz - Lil Uzi Vert is a non-mover atop the Billboard 200 chart with "Eternal Atake" for its second week. The album, which was released on March 6, landed at No. 1 with 247,000 equivalent album units which means a 14% down compared to its debut atop the list a week ago with 288,000 units.
"Eternal Atake" is the second album to spend two weeks being at No. 1 in the chart following Harry Styles' "Fine Line", which stayed atop the charts dated December 28, 2019 and January 4, 2020.
There is a huge gap between Lil Uzi's album and Lil Baby's "My Turn", which occupies No. 2 spot with 77,000 units. Bad Bunny's "YHLQMDLG", meanwhile, stays at No. 3 with 69,000 equivalent album units.
This week's chart sees Niall Horan's sophomore effort "Heartbreak Weather" debuting at No. 4. The set, which marks the One Direction member's second solo top five-charting album, earns the spot after gaining 59,000 equivalent album units. Of that sum, 42,000 are in album sales thanks to a concert ticket/album sale redemption offer with his upcoming tour and merchandise bundles, making it the top-selling album of the week.
Following it up at No. 5 is Jhene Aiko's "Chilombo" that drops 3 spots. In its second week, the album earns 56,000 equivalent album units. Roddy Ricch's "Please Excuse Me for Being Antisocial", on the other hand, is at No. 6 with 49,000 album units.
At No. 7 is Don Toliver's debut studio album "Heaven or Hell" with 44,000 equivalent album units. Of the number, 3,000 is in album sales, aided by merchandise/album bundle offerings. Post Malone's "Hollywood's Bleeding" slips to No. 8 with 42,000 equivalent album units while fellow former chart-topper Justin Bieber's "Changes" stays at No. 9 with 36,000 units.
Concluding the chart this week is the soundtrack to "Frozen II". Climbing 8 spots, the album earned 31,000 equivalent album units, thanks to the early release of its parent film to digital retail and rental services, as well as the Disney+ streaming platform.
Top Ten Billboard 200 (Week of March 28, 2020):