The Weeknd takes No. 1 spot on the Billboard for a fourth straight week
The Weeknd held off singer-songwriter John Mayer to take the No. 1 spot on the Billboard 200 album chart for a fourth straight week, according to figures on Monday from Nielsen SoundScan.
After nine weeks on release, The Weeknd’s “Starboy” added another 56,000 units sold for the week, while Mayer’s new four-song EP, “The Search for Everything: Wave One,” sold 49,000.
In a week of few new album releases, the soundtrack to Oscar-nominated movie “La La Land” took the No.3 spot.
British singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran again dominated the digital songs chart, which measures online song sales. His single “Shape of You,” released three weeks ago, sold 103,000 units for the week.