Machine Gun Kelly’s “Mainstream Sellout” hit the top of the Billboard 200 Album chart, making it the first No. 1 rock album in more than a year. Mainstream Sellout is Machine Gun Kelly’s second straight album to debut at No. 1, following 2020’s “Ticket to My Downfall.” The last rock album to hit the No. 1 spot was AC/DC’s “Power Up” in December 2020.
Mainstream Sellout was one of two albums to debut in the top 10 this week, the other being Daddy Yankee’s “Legendaddy,” which came in at No. 8, and is being described as Daddy Yankee’s ‘farewell album.’ Billboard reports that “Legendaddy” is the highest-charting Latin album since December 2020.
The Nos. 2, 3 and 4 spots stayed the same from last week: Lil Durk, the “Encanto” soundtrack, and Morgan Wallen. Olivia Rodrigo’s “Sour” re-entered the top 10 at No. 5, while The Weeknd’s greatest hits album and Drake stand at Nos. 6-7. Doja Cat and Gunna rounded out the top 10.
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