Quavo and Ella Mai entered the Top 10.
Quavo’s Quavo Huncho has officially earned the rapper his first solo Top 10 outing on the Billboard 200 Albums chart. Last week, the project technically made its debut on the charts at No. 66 after it garnered a partial day of activity due to an earlier release on Thursday, which marks the end of tracking weeks, rather than the typical Friday. After earning 11,000 units that day, Quavo Huncho went on to move an additonal 99,000 units, with 6,000 being pure album sales in the week ending October 18th.
The project trails behind the Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper A Star Is Born soundtrack, which holds onto its second week at No. 1 after earning the equivalent of 143,000 units wit 86,000 being pure album sales.
At No. 3, you’ll find Lil Wayne’s Carter V holding onto the same slot it occupied last week with 85,000 units while Lil Baby and Gunna continue to hold onto their peak spot at No. 4 for the second week in a row with 71,000 units.
At No. 5, Ella Mai makes her official Billboard 200 Top 10 debut with 69,000 units for her self-titled debut album, with 17,000 of those units going toward pure album sales. This summer her Ready EP peaked at No. 29 on the same chart. Both Ready and her album are host to her smash “Boo’d Up” single.
Following up is Drake’s Scorpion which enjoys a three percent boost to go from No. 8 to no 6 with 55,000 units. At No. 7 is twenty one pilots as their Trench album moves 49,000 units while Travis Scott sits at No. 8 with 47,000 units for Astroworld.