Trippie Redd streamed his way to Number One on the Rolling Stone Top 200 Albums chart with A Love Letter to You 4. The rising rapper’s new collection — which sprawls over 21 tracks and incorporate guest verses from Juice WRLD, YoungBoy Never Broke Again, and Lil Mosey — earned 125 million streams. That was more than enough to take Number One over Frozen 2: The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack and Jason Aldean’s new set 9.
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Two other albums launched in the Top Ten this week. YNW Melly, who is awaiting trial on murder charges, released Melly vs. Melvin, which arrived at Number Seven. Everyday Life, the first new album from Coldplay in four years, came in next at Number Eight.
There were few other major new releases during Thanksgiving Week. Beck’s new album Hyperspace debuted at Number 38 with more than 15,000 album-equivalent units. Leonard Cohen’s posthumous album Thanks for the Dance arrived at Number 71. And a new release from the R&B singer Tinashe, Songs For You, clocked in at Number 141.
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