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Billboard 200

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Billboard 200

Record chart ranking the 200 highest-ranking music albums and EPs in the United States, published weekly by Billboard magazine add

Category: Music

Launched in 1955.

Countries: United States (66%), United Kingdom (17%), Canada (5%)

Main connections: Janet Jackson, Bradley Cooper, Lady Gaga

Linked to: Recording Industry Association of America, Starbucks

 

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1955

A biweekly , 15-position Best-Selling Popular Albums chart appeared in 1955 add something


1956

The chart was renamed to Best-Selling Pop Albums later in 1956, and to Best-Selling Pop LPs in 1957 add something

 

With the explosion of rock and roll music, "Billboard" premiered a weekly Best-Selling Popular Albums chart on March 24, 1956 add something


1958

Billy Vaughn - He charted thirty six albums on the Billboard 200, beginning with 1958's "Sail Along" and ending with 1970's "Winter World of Love"


1959

Beginning on May 25, 1959, "Billboard" split the ranking into two charts "Best-Selling Stereophonic LPs" for stereo albums and "Best-Selling Monophonic LPs" for mono albums add something


1960

In 1960, "Billboard" began concurrently publishing album charts which ranked sales of older or mid-priced titles add something

 

These were renamed to "Stereo Action Charts" and "Mono Action Charts" in 1960 add something


1961

Earl Grant - "Ebb Tide", released in 1961, was his first album, which rose to number 7 on the Billboard 200


1963

The albums were eligible for the main album charts until 1963, when a "Christmas Albums" list was created add something

 

This list continued to be published until the consolidated "Top LPs" chart debuted in 1963 add something

 

Sergio Franchi - Franchi recorded three more Red Seal albums for RCA released in 1963 - "Our Man From Italy," "The Dream Duet," and "Broadway, I Love You." All three of these Red Seal albums peaked on the Billboard 200 in 1963

 

On August 17, 1963 the stereo and mono charts were combined into a 150-position chart called "Top LPs" add something


1964

The Beach Boys - The album that it later appeared on in July, 1964, "All Summer Long " reached number four on the Billboard 200 charts and has been cited by some as the best early-Beach Boys album


1966

Rubber Soul - It began its 59-week chart run on Christmas Day, topping the Billboard Album chart for six weeks starting on 8 January 1966


1967

On April 1, 1967, the chart was expanded to 175 positions, finally to 200 positions on May 13, 1967 add something


1968

Rod Stewart - In August 1968, their first album "Truth" was released; by October it had risen to number 15 on the US albums chart but failed to chart in the UK. The radical, groundbreaking, landmark album featured Beck's masterly guitar technique and manipulated sounds as Stewart's dramatic vocalising tackled the group's varied repertoire of blues, folk, rock, and proto-heavy metal


1969

Rod Stewart - The group's second album, "Beck-Ola", was released in June 1969 in the US and September 1969 in the UK, bracketing the time the group was dissolving; it made number 15 in the US albums chart and placed to number 39 in the UK albums chart


1970

Santana (band) - The album, highlighted by a cover of Fleetwood Mac founder Peter Green's "Black Magic Woman" that peaked at number 4 on the US Billboard Hot 100, was released in September 1970 and rose to number 1 on the US Billboard 200

 

Elton John - The concept album "Tumbleweed Connection" was released in October 1970, and reached the Top Ten on the Billboard 200


1971

Santana (band) - Released in September 1971, the album reached number 1 on the US Billboard 200


1972

In February 1972, the album chart's title was changed to "Top LPs & Tape"; in 1984 it was retitled "Top 200 Albums"; in 1985 it was retitled again to "Top Pop Albums"; in 1991 it became "The Billboard 200 Top Albums"; and it was given its current title of "The Billboard 200" on March 14, 1992 add something


1973

Can't Buy a Thrill - The album peaked at number 17 on the "Billboard" Top Pop Albums, and was reissued on August 22, 1973, by Dunhill Records


1974

In 1974, this rule was reverted and holiday albums again appeared within the main list add something


1977

Carole King - The album sold 44,000 copies in its first week in the US, landing at 17 on the Billboard 200, her highest-charting album since 1977

 

Procol Harum - The band broke up in 1977, after seeing "Something Magic" stall at No. 147 in the US Billboard 200 chart


1979

Prince - In October 1979, Prince released a self-titled album, Prince, which was No.4 on the Billboard Top R&B/Black Albums charts, and No.22 on the Billboard 200, going platinum.


1981

Stevie Nicks - Nicks first solo album, "Bella Donna", was released on July 27, 1981 to critical and commercial acclaim, reaching No. 1 on the Billboard 200 Chart, with 3 singles making the Billboard 100, and Rolling Stone deeming her "The Regining Queen of Rock and Roll

 

Phil Collins - Collins made his live debut as a solo performer, appearing at the invitation of producer Martin Lewis at the Amnesty International benefit show, "The Secret Policeman's Other Ball" at the Theatre Royal in London in September 1981, performing two songs from "Face Value" including "In the Air Tonight" and "The Roof is Leaking" accompanying himself on piano. "Face Value" became a surprise international success topping the charts in at least seven countries and hitting the top ten of the Billboard 200 eventually going triple-platinum in the US. Hit


1982

In 1982, "Billboard" began publishing a "Midline Albums" chart which ranked older or mid-priced titles add something

 

Steven Van Zandt - The first of them, 1982's "Men Without Women", earned the most critical praise , while its follow-up, 1984's "Voice of America", did the best on the U.S. albums chart, although none of them were much of a commercial success


1983

In 1983, the "Christmas Albums" chart was resurrected, but a title's appearance here did not disqualify it from appearing on the "Top Pop Albums" chart add something

 

Donna Summer - Released on the Sony BMG label Burgundy Records, it peaked at 17 on the United States Top 200 Album Chart, her highest placing on the chart since 1983


1984

Stephen Stills - In 1984, "Right by You" would be the final Stills album to make the Billboard 200 album chart, with "Stills Alone" issued in 1991

 

Prince - Prince's 1984 album Purple Rain sold more than thirteen million copies in the U.S. and spent twenty-four consecutive weeks at No.1 on the Billboard 200 chart.

 

Prince (musician) - Prince's 1984 album "Purple Rain" sold more than thirteen million copies in the U.S. and spent twenty-four consecutive weeks at No.1 on the Billboard 200 chart


1986

Patti LaBelle - Because of these performances, Patti gained even more mainstream popularity culminating in the release of LaBelle's eighth album, 1986's "Winner in You", which peaked at number 1 on the Billboard 200 on the strength of the pop hit "On My Own", a duet with singer Michael McDonald

 

Whitney Houston - By 1986, a year after its initial release, Whitney Houston topped the Billboard 200 albums chart and stayed there for 14 non-consecutive weeks.

 

Prince (musician) - In 1986 his album "Parade" reached No.3 on the Billboard 200 and No.2 on the R&B charts

 

Corey Hart (singer) - "Fields of Fire", Hart's third album release, came out in fall 1986 and promptly went double platinum in Canada and achieved gold status in the US. It featured the US Top 20 hit single "I Am By Your Side", as well as the Canadian No. 1 single "Can't Help Falling in Love", originally performed by Elvis Presley


1987

Rush (band) - Whereas the previous five Rush albums sold platinum or better, "Hold Your Fire" only went gold in November 1987, although it managed to peak at number 13 on the "Billboard 200"


1989

Garth Brooks - His eponymous first album was released in 1989 and peaked at number 2 in the US country album chart while climbing to number 13 on the Billboard 200 album chart

 

Reba McEntire - McEntire's fourteenth studio album, "Sweet Sixteen", was released in May 1989; it spent sixteen weeks at number one on the "Billboard" Top Country Albums chart, while becoming her first album to peak in the top 100 on the Billboard 200, reaching No. 78


1991

Tom Petty - It debuted at number 4 on the "Billboard 200", becoming Petty's highest chart position since the introduction of the Nielsen SoundScan system for tracking album sales in 1991

 

MC Ren - Life reached the 1 spot on the Billboard 200 in 1991, financial conflict between Dr. Dre and Ruthless Records led to the group disbanding.

 

Joe Lynn Turner - The album peaked at No. 87 on the Billboard Charts, and a relatively successful tour followed in 1991

 

Top Pop Catalog Albums - On May 25, 1991, "Billboard" premiered the "Top Pop Catalog Albums" chart add something

 

Since May 25, 1991, the "Billboard" 200's positions have been derived from Nielsen SoundScan sales data, contributed by approximately 14,000 music sellers add something


1992

Dolly Parton - Parton's soundtrack album from her own 1992 film, "Straight Talk," however was less successful, though her 1993 album "Slow Dancing with the Moon" won critical acclaim, and did well on the charts, reaching No. 4 on the country albums charts, and No. 16 on the Billboard 200 albums charts


1993

Janet Jackson - In May 1993, Jackson's fifth studio album Janet, was released and debuted at number one on the Billboard 200.


1994

In 1994 the chart was retitled "Top Holiday Albums" add something


1995

Kool G Rap - In 1995, G Rap started his solo career with the album 4,5,6, which featured production from Buckwild, and guest appearances from Nas, MF Grimm and B-1 – it has been his most commercially successful record, reaching No.24 on the US Billboard 200 album chart.

 

Prince - When eventually released in September 1995, The Gold Experience failed to sell well, although it reached the top 10 of the Billboard 200 initially, and many reviewed it as Prince's best effort since Sign o' the Times.


1996

WC (rapper) - The album reached the number 2 position on the Billboard 200, and was certified Platinum in 1996.

 

Bun B - Their third album, Ridin' Dirty reached the RB Charts in 1996 peaking at number 2 and the Billboard 200 chart peaking at number 15.


1997

Barbra Streisand - This album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and registered her biggest weekly sales since 1997, making Streisand the only artist in history to achieve No. 1 albums in five different decades

 

Garth Brooks - Top Country Albums - The album was released in November 1997, and debuted at number-one on both the Top Country Albums and Billboard 200 album charts in the United States, and later became his fourth album to reach a sales of 10 million copies


1999

Santana (band) - Their 1999 release, "Supernatural", debuted at number 19 on the Billboard 200, but the album's appeal began to snowball, and within 18 weeks it topped the US charts

 

Reba McEntire - "What If It's You" peaked at number one Top Country Albums and No. 15 on the Billboard 200, while becoming her first album in three years to certify in multi-platinum sales, selling two million copies by 1999


2000

Riding with the King (B.B. King and Eric Clapton album) - "Riding with the King" peaked at number one on the "Billboard" Top Blues Albums in 2000, and was certified 2× Multi-Platinum in the United States


2001

Ricky Martin - In February 2001, Martin released a Spanish greatest hits album entitled "La Historia", which went to number one for five weeks on the Billboard Top Latin Albums and debuted at number eighty-three on the Billboard 200


2002

Rush (band) - Despite completely dropping out of the public eye for five years after the gold-selling "Test for Echo" and the band being relegated almost solely to classic rock stations in the U.S., "Vapor Trails" reached number 6 on the "Billboard 200" chart in its first week of release in 2002 with 108,000 albums sold


2003

Juelz Santana - In the summer of 2003, Santana released his debut album, From Me To U, which peaked at 8 in the Billboard 200.

 

Ice-T - The album peaked at 9 on Billboard magazine's Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and at 14 on the Billboard 200, spawning several singles including "Gotta Lotta Love", "I Ain't New To This" and " 99 Problems" – which would later inspire Jay-Z to record a version with new lyrics in 2003.

 

Ryan Key - Yellowcard released their album "Ocean Avenue" on July 22, 2003 hiting at number 23 on US Billboard 200, the album was a commercial success in the United States with the hit singles Way Away, Ocean Avenue, and Only One

 

Harry Connick, Jr. - In October 2003, he released his second Christmas album, "Harry for the Holidays", which went gold and reached No. 12 on the Billboard 200 album chart


2004

Duff McKagan - In 2004, they released their debut album, "Contraband", which debuted at No. 1 on the US chart and sold two million copies

 

Taking Back Sunday - The album has sold over 900,000 copies and peaked at No. 2 on the United States Billboard 200, surpassing the band's previous Billboard 200 peak in 2004 at No. 3 with "Where You Want to Be"

 

Dave Kushner - The group released their debut album "Contraband" in 2004, debuting at number one on the Billboard 200, and the follow-up, "Libertad", in 2007

 

Janet Jackson - In March 2004, Jackson's eighth studio album, Damita Jo (Jackson's middle name), was released debuting at number two on the Billboard 200.

 

Slash (musician) - In June 2004, they released their debut album, "Contraband", which debuted at No. 1 on the U.S. chart and sold two million copies, re-establishing Slash as a mainstream performer


2005

Webbie - He was signed there, and his major-label debut Savage Life was released in 2005, debuting at number eight on the US Billboard 200 chart.

 

Billy Currington - In 2005, Currington released a second album entitled "Doin' Somethin' Right", which peaked at No. 2 on the Top Country Albums chart and No. 11 on the Billboard 200

 

Van Morrison - Morrison's 2005 album, "Magic Time", debuted at number twenty-five on the US Billboard 200 charts upon its May release, some forty years after Morrison first entered the public's eye as the frontman of Them

 

Justin Timberlake - The album, which Timberlake created in 2005, debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 album chart, selling 684,000 copies its first week.

 

Per Magnusson - In the US the album was issued on April 19, 2005, rushing straight to No 4 on the Billboard 200

 

Guy Penrod - His album, "The Best of Guy Penrod", reached No. 92 on the Billboard 200 on August 6, 2005


2006

Barbra Streisand - A collection of performances culled from different stops on this tour, "Live in Concert 2006", debuted at No. 7 on the Billboard 200, making it Streisand's 29th Top 10 album

 

Corinne Bailey Rae - It debuted at number one in the UK and entered the top ten of the U.S."Billboard 200", peaking at number four and spending 71 weeks in the chart from 2006 to 2008

 

Jack Johnson (musician) - It was the first soundtrack to make it to number 1 since the "Bad Boys II soundtrack" in August 2003, and was the first soundtrack for an animated film to top the Billboard 200 since the "Pocahontas soundtrack" in July 1995

 

Natalie Maines - Maines was a primary songwriter on all 14 tracks of the band's 2006 album "Taking the Long Way" which peaked on the Billboard Top 200 Chart at No. 1

 

Belle and Sebastian - The album, originally intended to be a double album, became the band's highest-charting album upon its release in February 2006, peaking at No. 8 in the UK and No. 65 on the US Billboard 200

 

Plumb (singer) - Her album "Chaotic Resolve" entered the Billboard Top 200 album chart at No. 177 on March 9, 2006

 

Carole King - In August 2006 the album reentered the Billboard 200 at 151

 

Taylor Hicks - The album was released on December 12, 2006 and debuted at the number two spot on the Billboard 200 charts


2007

Vanessa Hudgens - It charted on the Billboard 200 at number twenty-four, and was certified Gold on February 27, 2007.

 

Willie Nelson - Nelson's 2007 performance with jazz trumpeter Wynton Marsalis at the Lincoln Center, was released as the live album "Two Men with the Blues" in 2008; reaching number one in "Billboard's" Top Jazz Albums and number twenty on the "Billboard 200"

 

The Shins - It was released on January 23, 2007 and debuted at number 2 on the Billboard 200 album chart with 118,000 copies sold in its first week, the highest sales week and chart position an album released solely on Sub Pop has ever achieved

 

Elliott Yamin - Independent Albums - His self-titled album, released March 20, 2007, debuted at number one on the "Billboard" Independent Albums chart and at number three on the Billboard 200

 

Elliott Yamin - "Elliott Yamin" was released on March 20, 2007, debuting at number three on the Billboard 200 chart with sales of 90,000 copies in its first week

 

Rush (band) - "Snakes & Arrows" was released May 1, 2007 in North America, where it debuted at No.3 in the "Billboard 200" with approximately 93,000 units sold in its first week

 

Carl Thomas (singer) - His third album, "So Much Better", was released May 30, 2007 and reached number 25 on the US Billboard 200

 

Ryan Key - "Paper Walls", which was released in the US on July 17, 2007, the album debuted at number 13 on the US Billboard 200, selling about 40,000 copies in its first week

 

A long-standing policy which made titles that are sold exclusively by specific retail outlets ineligible for charting, was reversed on November 7, 2007, and took effect in the issue dated November 17 add something


2008

Van Morrison - It was his highest charting album in the US until his Top Ten debut on Billboard 200 in 2008

 

T-Pain - The duo released a self-titled mixtape in late 2008; it charted on the Billboard 200 in January 2009

 

Kate Nash - The album topped out at number 36 on the United States Billboard 200 chart on 26 January 2008

 

Janet Jackson - Her tenth studio album, Discipline, was released in February 2008, debuting on the Billboard 200 at number one.

 

Per Magnusson - In April 2008 Leona Lewis became the first British female ever to open at No 1 on the Billboard 200

 

Julianne Hough - Her self-titled debut album was released May 20, 2008, debuting at No. 1 on the Billboard Country Album chart and No. 3 on the Billboard 200

 

John Mellencamp - She harmonizes with Mellencamp on "My Sweet Love" and provides background vocals to three other songs on "Life, Death, Love and Freedom", which became the ninth Top 10 album of Mellencamp's career when it debuted at No. 7 on the Billboard 200 the week of August 2, 2008

 

In Rainbows - Upon its retail release, "In Rainbows" entered the UK Albums Chart and the US "Billboard" 200 at number one; by October 2008, it had sold more than three million copies worldwide in both digital and physical formats


2009

As of 2009 the chart holds 50 positions and is run for several weeks during the end-of-calendar-year holiday season add something

 

N.O.R.E. - In 2009 he released a third album with Capone, Channel 10 which charted at 136 on the Billboard 200.

 

Brandi Carlile - "Give Up the Ghost" was released in 2009 and debuted at No. 26 on the Billboard 200

 

Franz Ferdinand (band) - UK Album Chart - The album, "Tonight" was released 26 January 2009 and debuted at No. 2 in the UK Album Chart and No. 9 in the U.S. Billboard 200

 

Starting with the issue dated December 5, 2009, however, the catalog limitations which removed albums over 18 months old, that have dropped below position 100 and have no currently-running single, from the "Billboard" 200 was lifted, turning the chart into an all-inclusive list of the 200 highest-selling albums in the country add something


2010

John Mellencamp - "No Better Than This" was released on August 17, 2010 and peaked at No. 10 on the Billboard 200, becoming the 10th Top 10 album of his career


2011

Esperanza Spalding - After Spalding's Grammy win in February 2011, the album entered the Billboard 200 at 138.

 

Jennifer Hudson - Her second album, "I Remember Me", was released in March 2011, and reached number two on the Billboard 200, selling 165,000 copies in its first week of release

 

Ryan Key - The band released their new album "When You're Through Thinking, Say Yes" on March 22, 2011, the album debuted at number 19 on the U.S. Billboard 200 charts

 

Eric Church - Top Country Albums - The album "Chief" was released July 26, 2011, debuting at No. 1 on both Top Country Albums and the Billboard 200


2012

Adele (singer) - On the week ending 3 March 2012, Adele became the first solo female artist to have three singles in the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100 at the same time, and the first female artist to have two albums in the top 5 of the Billboard 200 and two singles in the top 5 of the Billboard Hot 100 simultaneously

 

Adele - On the week ending 3 March 2012, Adele became the first solo female artist to have three singles in the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100 at the same time, and the first female artist to have two albums in the top 5 of the Billboard 200 and two singles in the top 5 of the Billboard Hot 100 simultaneously

 

Ghostface Killah - The album was released on November 27, 2012, on E1 Music and debuted at number 73 on the US Billboard 200 chart, with first-week sales of 8,600 copies in the United States


2013

Cody Simpson - Surfers Paradise, released July 16, 2013, is Cody's first album to debut in the Top 10 of Billboard Hot 200


2014

John Nolan (musician) - In 2014 the band released Happiness Is which debuted at number 10 in the Billboard 200 and went to number 1 on Billboard's top independent albums chart, Becoming John's highest charting album

 

Beginning with the December 13, 2014 issue, "Billboard" updated the methodology of their album chart again, changing from a "pure sales-based ranking" to one measuring "multi-metric consumption" add something

 

Beginning with the December 13, 2014 issue, "Billboard" updated the methodology of their album chart to include on-demand streaming and digital track sales by way of a new algorithm, utilizing data from all of the major on-demand audio subscription services in the United States add something


2015

Jessie J - The album made the top 5 in the UK and reached number 10 on the US "Billboard" 200, her highest-charting album in the US. As of January 2015, Jessie J had sold over 20 million singles and 3 million albums worldwide

 

Reba McEntire - "Love Somebody" debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Top Country Albums, her twelfth No. 1 album on the chart, and No. 3 on Billboard 200, selling 62,469 copies in the US. The album has sold 143,900 copies in the US as of June 18, 2015

 

James Taylor - The album launched atop the Billboard 200 with 97,000 equivalent album units earned in the week ending June 21, 2015 according to Nielsen Music

 

As of the issue dated September 19, 2015, the number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Beauty Behind the Madness" by The Weeknd add something

 

As of the issue dated October 24, 2015, the number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Unbreakable" by Janet Jackson add something

 

As of the issue dated December 12, 2015, the number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "25" by Adele add something


2016

As of the issue dated February 20, 2016, the number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Anti" by Rihanna add something

 

As of the issue dated April 9, 2016, the number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "This Is What the Truth Feels Like" by Gwen Stefani add something

 

As of the issue dated October 1, 2016, the number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "They Don't Know" by Jason Aldean add something

 

As of the issue dated December 31, 2016, the number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "4 Your Eyez Only" by J. Cole add something


2017

As of the issue dated March 11, 2017, the number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Future" by Future add something

 

As of the issue dated November 11, 2017, the number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Flicker" by Niall Horan add something


2018

As of the issue dated January 6, 2018, the number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Reputation" by Taylor Swift add something

 

As of the issue dated January 27, 2018, the number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Camila" by Camila Cabello add something

 

As of the issue dated February 3, 2018, the number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Mania" by Fall Out Boy add something

 

As of the issue dated February 10, 2018, the number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Culture II" by Migos add something

 

As of the issue dated February 17, 2018, the number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Man of the Woods" by Justin Timberlake add something

 

Richie Faulkner - On 9 March 2018, Judas Priest released their second album with Faulkner, "Firepower", which debuted and peaked at No. 5 on the Billboard 200 chart, becoming the band's highest charting album

 

As of the issue dated March 10, 2018, the number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "This House Is Not for Sale" by Bon Jovi add something

 

As of the issue dated March 31, 2018, the number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "-" by XXXTentacion add something

 

As of the issue dated April 7, 2018, the number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Boarding House Reach" by Jack White add something

 

As of the issue dated April 14, 2018, the number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "My Dear Melancholy," by The Weeknd add something

 

As of the issue dated April 21, 2018, the number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Invasion of Privacy" by Cardi B add something

 

As of the issue dated April 28, 2018, the number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Rearview Town" by Jason Aldean add something

 

As of the issue dated May 5, 2018, the number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "KOD" by J. Cole add something

 

As of the issue dated May 12, 2018, the number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Beerbongs & Bentleys" by Post Malone add something

 

As of the issue dated May 19, 2018, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Beerbongs & Bentleys" by Post Malone add something

 

As of the issue dated May 26, 2018, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Beerbongs & Bentleys" by Post Malone add something

 

As of the issue dated June 9, 2018, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is " Shawn Mendes" by Shawn Mendes add something

 

As of the issue dated June 16, 2018, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Ye" by Kanye West add something

 

As of the issue dated June 23, 2018, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Come Tomorrow" by Dave Matthews Band add something

 

As of the issue dated June 30, 2018, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Youngblood" by 5 Seconds of Summer add something

 

As of the issue dated July 14, 2018, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Scorpion" by Drake add something

 

As of the issue dated July 21, 2018, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Scorpion" by Drake add something

 

As of the issue dated July 28, 2018, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Scorpion" by Drake add something

 

As of the issue dated August 4, 2018, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Scorpion" by Drake add something

 

As of the issue dated August 11, 2018, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Scorpion" by Drake add something

 

As of the issue dated August 18, 2018, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Astroworld" by Travis Scott add something

 

As of the issue dated August 25, 2018, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Astroworld" by Travis Scott add something

 

As of the issue dated September 1, 2018, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Sweetener" by Ariana Grande add something

 

As of the issue dated September 15, 2018, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Kamikaze" by Eminem add something

 

As of the issue dated September 22, 2018, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Egypt Station" by Paul McCartney add something

 

As of the issue dated September 29, 2018, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Cry Pretty" by Carrie Underwood add something

 

As of the issue dated October 13, 2018, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Tha Carter V" by Lil Wayne add something

 

As of the issue dated October 20, 2018, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "A Star Is Born" by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper add something

 

As of the issue dated October 27, 2018, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "A Star Is Born" by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper add something

 

As of the issue dated November 3, 2018, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "A Star Is Born" by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper add something

 

As of the issue dated November 10, 2018, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Sì" by Andrea Bocelli add something

 

As of the issue dated November 17, 2018, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Not All Heroes Wear Capes" by Metro Boomin add something

 

As of the issue dated November 24, 2018, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Experiment" by Kane Brown add something

 

As of the issue dated December 1, 2018, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Delta" by Mumford & Sons add something

 

As of the issue dated December 8, 2018, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Astroworld" by Travis Scott add something

 

As of the issue dated December 15, 2018, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Championships" by Meek Mill add something

 

As of the issue dated December 22, 2018, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Skins" by XXXTentacion add something

 

As of the issue dated December 29, 2018, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Dying to Live" by Kodak Black add something


2019

As of the issue dated January 19, 2019, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Hoodie SZN" by A Boogie wit da Hoodie add something

 

As of the issue dated January 26, 2019, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Hoodie SZN" by A Boogie wit da Hoodie add something

 

As of the issue dated February 16, 2019, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Hoodie SZN" by A Boogie wit da Hoodie add something

 

As of the issue dated February 23, 2019, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Thank U, Next" by Ariana Grande add something

 

As of the issue dated March 2, 2019, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Thank U, Next" by Ariana Grande add something

 

As of the issue dated March 9, 2019, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "A Star Is Born" by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper add something

 

As of the issue dated March 23, 2019, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Death Race for Love" by Juice Wrld add something

 

As of the issue dated March 30, 2019, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Death Race for Love" by Juice Wrld add something

 

As of the issue dated April 6, 2019, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Bad Habits" by Nav add something

 

As of the issue dated April 13, 2019, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go-" by Billie Eilish add something

 

As of the issue dated April 20, 2019, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Free Spirit" by Khalid add something

 

As of the issue dated May 4, 2019, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go-" by Billie Eilish add something

 

As of the issue dated May 11, 2019, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Hurts 2B Human" by Pink add something

 

As of the issue dated May 18, 2019, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Father of the Bride" by Vampire Weekend add something

 

As of the issue dated May 25, 2019, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Confessions of a Dangerous Mind" by Logic add something

 

As of the issue dated June 1, 2019, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Igor" by Tyler, the Creator add something

 

As of the issue dated June 8, 2019, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go-" by Billie Eilish add something

 

As of the issue dated June 15, 2019, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Center Point Road" by Thomas Rhett add something

 

As of the issue dated June 22, 2019, the current number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Happiness Begins" by Jonas Brothers add something