Pusha T dropped Daytona and A$AP Rocky returned with Testing, and both albums collected enough first-week sales units to open in the Top 5 on the Billboard 200. Pusha T scored the highest charting album of his career as his 7-track Daytona lands at #3 with 77,000 units. Testing came in right behind, bringing in 75,000 units with his third studio album. The #4 placement was the first time Rocky did not open in the top spot. Pop singer Shawn Mendes’ self-titled project took the #1 position. Post Malone’s beerbongs & bentleys holds onto #2, and Cardi B’s two-month-old Invasion of Privacy remains at #5.
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