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Mac Miller Nets Second No. 1 on Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums With 'Divine Feminine'
Plus, Zayion McCall’s viral hit “Juju on Dat Beat” soars 42-18 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs.
Mac Miller enters the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart at No. 1 (on the Oct. 8-dated chart) with his latest set, The Divine Feminine, selling 32,000 copies in the week ending Sept. 22 (according to Nielsen Music).
It’s his second time crowning the chart, and first since Blue Slide Park led the chart for a week in 2011.
The release spurs album cut “Dang!,” featuring Anderson .Paak, onto the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart at No. 45 -- due mostly to 3.6 million weekly streams (up 185 percent). The majority of streams for the track, which was originally released July 28, stem from Spotify plays (46 percent).
Elsewhere, Divine Feminine is the highest entry on the all-genre multi-metric Billboard 200 chart, arriving with 48,000 equivalent units earned.
‘Juju’ Jumps: The biggest leap on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs goes to Detroit teenager Zayion McCall’s viral dance-challenge track “Juju On Dat Beat (TZ Anthem),” featuring Zay Hilfigerrr. The song soars 42-18 in its second charting week, thanks solely to 8.2 million YouTube streams (up 77 percent).
The rap song -- which is not available for sale, received no airplay during the tracking week, and isn’t on any other monitored streaming service -- rockets up the chart due mostly to user-generated videos.