A deluxe edition send country star Luke Combs’ “What You See Is What You Get” back to the top of the album chart nearly a year after it came out, while, in second place, Bruce Springsteen’s “Letter to You” was the week’s top-debuting album.
Combs’ album was an easy winner on the chart with 108,000 album units, based on 19,700 full album sales, 102,600 individual song sales and 89.3 million streams. That represented a big bump from last week, when the album stood at No. 16 with just 23,000 album units.
Springsteen’s “Letter,” besides its 75K in album sales, had 7,400 individual track sales and 4.7 million streams. The album was accompanied by an Apple TV Plus documentary focusing on Springsteen recording a full album live in the studio with the E Street Band for the first time in decades.
Other top 10 albums included Pop Smoke’s posthumous release hanging in at No. 3, Juice WRLD’s at No. 5, Metro Boomin and 21 Savage at No. 6, Lil Baby at No. 7, the “Hamilton” cast album at No. 8, Machine Gun Kelly at No. 9 and YoungBoy Never Broke Again at No. 10.
A big part of Combs’ success right now, of course, is that he has a hit song. He topped the Rolling Stone songs chart, too, with “Forever After All” debuting at No. 1. It had 24.8 million streams for the week as well as strong sales.