There’s a lot of dancing, going out and fireworks on this week’s No. 1 album in the nation. Summer Walker climbs from No. 10 to No. 1 with the release of her debut album, The Best Years of My Life. Abba Returns Dances to the top of the Billboard World Albums chart as the oldest-ever studio album to reach No. 1. RELATED: The America Four Albums Outrageously Shed Exclusivity in 2018 Robyn Holds Onto No. 2 on the list with Honey. Migos Earns First Top 10 Album With Culture II, Reclaims Song Of The Year from ‘River’ by Drake Jonas Blue’s View from the Top Returns to the No. 3 spot. Nicki Minaj’s Queen also makes another appearance on the list, in at No. 5, and Ariana Grande’s Sweetener jumps to No. 8.
What happened? The Billboard charts were published on Dec. 9, and only two new albums have been released thus far.
But what does that mean? In addition to the top two spots, there are two number ones, three number twos, two number threes, seven number fours, 14 number fives, 14 number sixes, 21 number sevens, 20 number eights, 12 number nines, nine number tens, four number twos, four number threes, seven number fours, seven number fives, six number twos, four number sixes, five number threes, and two number threes. Oh, and the total number of number twos is up by 87 percent over the two weeks prior, where there were four number twos.