By Michelle Kim.
Kendrick Lamar’s DAMN. is the No. 1 album in the U.S. for its second week in a row, Billboard reports. This week, DAMN. moved 238,000 album equivalent units (87,000 units in traditional album sales and 136,000 in streams). Last week, the excellent new LP debuted at No. 1 after moving 603,000 copies, unseating Drake’s More Life with the year’s biggest sales week. (This week, DAMN. had the fourth biggest sales week of the year behind its opening week, Drake, and Ed Sheeran.) Kendrick recently announced a North American tour in support of DAMN.; he’ll be joined by supporting acts Travis Scott and D.R.A.M. Last week, “HUMBLE.” became the No. 1 single in America.
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