1 – Dangerous: The Double Album – Morgan Wallen – B
2 – The Voice – Lil Durk – B+
3 – Shoot for the Stars Aim for the Moon – Pop Smoke – A
4 – After Hours – The Weeknd – A-
5 – Legends Never Die – Juice WRLD – A
6 – What You See Is What You Get – Luke Combs – A
7 – evermore – Taylor Swift – A-
8 – My Turn – Lil Baby – A-
9 – Positions – Ariana Grande – A-
10 Good News – Megan Thee Stallion – B+
Comment:So next week we will know for certain how well the cancel culture functions with Morgan Wallen shut down for being videotaped for drunkenly screaming racial slurs (using n—- as in “pussy assed n—-“). All radio and streaming services threw him off playlists two days before the week closed, and still he was at number one. But can he survive a week of it?
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