Tyler, The Creator Call Me If You Get Lost Returns to No. 1 on Prime Album Gross sales Chart After New Vinyl Launch
Tyler, the Creator’s Name Me If You Get Misplaced finds its approach again to No. 1 on Billboard’s Prime Album Gross sales chart (dated Sept. 9), because the album vaults 76-1 following a brand new vinyl launch of the set. It’s the album’s third week at No. 1 in as a few years, following one-week visits to the highest in 2022 and 2021.
The album’s return is owed to the Aug. 25 launch of the primary vinyl urgent of the deluxe version of the album, dubbed Name Me If You Get Misplaced: The Property Sale. The deluxe version was initially issued through streamers and digital retailers in March 2023. The triple-LP set was pressed on blue-colored vinyl. In complete within the U.S. within the week ending Aug. 31, all retail variations of the album mixed – outdated and new – offered simply over 29,000 copies (up 1,397%), in keeping with Luminate. Vinyl gross sales comprised almost all of that sum.
Name Me If You Get Misplaced beforehand hit No. 1 for one week in 2022 (April 30-dated chart) after the unique album’s launch on vinyl, and for one week in 2021 (July 10, its debut body).
In complete within the U.S. by the week ending Aug. 31, Name Me If You Get Misplaced has offered 328,000 copies on vinyl throughout its a number of vinyl editions.
Elsewhere within the prime 10 of the newest Prime Album Gross sales chart, Zach Bryan’s self-titled set launches at No. 3, and The Turnpike Troubadours’ A Cat Within the Rain debuts at No. 5.
Billboard’s Prime Album Gross sales chart ranks the top-selling albums of the week based mostly solely on conventional album gross sales. The chart’s historical past dates again to Could 25, 1991, the primary week Billboard started tabulating charts with electronically monitored piece rely info from SoundScan, now Luminate. Pure album gross sales have been the only real measurement utilized by the Billboard 200 albums chart by the listing dated Dec. 6, 2014, after which that chart switched to a strategy that blends album gross sales with monitor equal album items and streaming equal album items. For all chart information, observe @billboard and @billboardcharts on each Twitter and Instagram.
Travis Scott’s chart-topping Utopia falls to No. 2 after 4 weeks at No. 1 (promoting 29,000 copies; down 68%), whereas Bryan’s self-titled album bows at No. 3 with 17,000 offered (all from digital downloads, because it has but to be launched on any bodily format). NewJeans’ former No. 1 2nd EP ‘Get Up’ rises 7-4 with 13,000 (down 17%), whereas The Turnpike Troubadours’ A Cat within the Rain begins at No. 5 with almost 13,000 offered.
Taylor Swift’s former chief Converse Now (Taylor’s Model) rises 8-6 (almost 13,000; down 19%), NCT DREAM’s ISTJ: The third Album falls 6-7 (12,500; down 49%), and J-Hope’s Jack within the Field falls 2-8 (12,000; down 74%). Swift’s former No. 1 Midnights climbs 11-9 (10,000; down 12%), and JIHYO’s Zone (The first Mini Album) falls 4-10 (10,000; down 73%).
Within the week ending Aug. 31, there have been 1.666 million albums offered within the U.S. (down 12.6% in comparison with the earlier week). Of that sum, bodily albums (CDs, vinyl LPs, cassettes, and so on.) comprised 1.333 million (down 15.3%) and digital albums comprised 334,000 (up 0.1%).
There have been 552,000 CD albums offered within the week ending Aug. 31 (down 18.9% week-over-week) and 773,000 vinyl albums offered (up 12.6%). Yr-to-date CD album gross sales stand at 23.283 million (up 1.8% in comparison with the identical timeframe a 12 months in the past) and year-to-date vinyl album gross sales complete 31.147 million (up 20.4%).
Total year-to-date album gross sales complete 67.201 million (up 6.9% in comparison with the identical year-to-date timeframe a 12 months in the past). Yr-to-date bodily album gross sales stand at 54.788 million (up 11.6%) and digital album gross sales complete 12.414 million (down 10%).