Fifth Harmony’s ‘7/27’ Is Their Highest Charting Debut Yet

Fourth Fifth Harmony’s new album 7/27 debuts on the Billboard 200 at No. 4.

Drake is unstoppable. The Toronto rapper tops the charts again with his latest LP Views for a fifth week, selling 152,000 units (92,000 units were comprised of streaming equivalent albums). The victory means Drizzy has the most weeks at No. 1 for an album by a man since Michael Buble’s Christmas also led the chart for five weeks nearly five years ago, reports Billboard.

Country singer Dierks Bentley scores his highest charting album ever with the No. 2 debut of Black (101,000 units; 88,000 in traditional album sales).

Coming in at No. 3 is Beyonce’s Lemonade, which moves up a spot to No. 3 with 79,000 units.

Fifth Harmony’s 7/27: BH Review

And then there’s Fifth Harmony at No. 4. Their lead singles “Work From Home” and “All In My Head (Flex)” helped the girls sell 74,000 units (49,000 in traditional album sales). This marks the quintet’s third top 10 album, following 2015’s Reflection which peaked at No. 5 and 2013’s Better Together EP which cashed out at No. 6.

Rounding out the top 5 is Blake Shelton’s If I’m Honest, which slips 3-5 with 63,000 units (down 63 percent).

Ariana Grande’s Dangerous Woman falls 2-6 with 50,000 units and Rihanna’s Anti slips 5-7 with 42,000 units.

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