For the fourth time, DJ Khaled places an album at the top of the American chart

In a week with plenty of top 10 news, superstar producer DJ Khaled got the better of him and debuted straight at the top of the US album chart with “God Did.” The DJ, once again, brought together a great team of special guests to participate in his record.

Eminem, Drake, John Legend, SZA, Quavo and Gunna are just some of those present on the album that sold 107,500 copies – only 9,500 of which were effectively bought by the public. The rest came from auditions on streaming services.

Also debuting in the ranking were the South Korean TWICE. “Between 1&2” reached No. 3 and is also their third album to reach the North American top 10.

Nicki Minaj’s compilation “Queen Radio: Volume 1” also debuted at No. 10 and two albums returned to the top 10 after winning their vinyl editions: Kendrick Lamar’s “Mr. Morale…” came in at No. (seven days ago it was on the 24th) and “An Evening with Silk Sonic, from the Bruno Mars and Anderson project. Paak shot up from the 200th to the seventh.

The top 10 was this:

1 – “God Did” – DJ Khaled (debut)
2 – “Un Verano Sin Ti” – Bad Bunny (dropped one position)
3 – “Between 1&2” – TWICE (debut)
4 – “Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers” – Kendrick Lamar (up 20 positions)
5 – “Dangerous: The Double Album” – Morgan Wallen (up one position)
6 – “RENAISSANCE – ACT 1” – BeyoncĂ© (dropped three positions)
7 – “An Evening with…” – Silk Sonic (up 193 positions)
8 – “Beautiful Mind” – Rod Wave (dropped seven positions)
9 – “Harry’s House” – Harry Styles (dropped four places)
10 – “Queen Radio: Volume 1” – Nicki Minaj (debut)

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