US Top 10 Albums For The Week Of February 29th, 2020

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1 – Changes – Justin Bieber – C+

2 –  Artist 2.0 – A Boogie Wit da Hoodie – B+

3 – Slow Rush – Tame Impala – C

4 –  Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial – Roddy Ricch – B

5 – All ABout Luv – Monsta X – B-

6 – Hollywood’s Bleeding – Post Malone – B+

7 – When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? – Billie Eilish – A

8 – Meet The Woo, V.2 – Pop Smoke – B

9  – Music To Be Murdered By – Eminem – B+

10  – Manic – Halsey – B+

Comment:  Let’s start with Justin Bieber and his seventh number one. He would be at # 2 if he hadn’t bundled the album with concert tickets, 2015’s Purpose had 649,000 units, Changes 231,000 and its first week units is less than Eminem (which figures) and Halsey (which doesn’t figure at all). So, really, A Boogie in pure numbers without the bundle should be at # 1. I’m surprised Pop Smoke didn’t bounce bigger after his death, I’m surprised that Eminem has legs, not surprised at how many other albums here don’t and won’t. Finally, it is so easy to tell Justin’s big mistake, he oversold “Yummy” when “Ontentions” would have done the job.

 

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