Mac Miller’s ‘The Divine Feminine’ Opens At #2 On Billboard 200; Drake Returns To #1


(AllHipHop News) Mac Miller’s fourth studio album The Divine Feminine earns the Pittsburgh rhymer his highest charting LP since his debut Blue Side Park.

While The Divine Feminine lands at #2 on the Billboard 200, the project only sold 32,000 copies.

That total is the lowest first-week LP sales for Miller’s career.

Blue Side Park opened with 145,000 copies, Watching Movies With The Sound Off opened with 102,000, and GO:OD AM opened with 73,000 copies.

The Divine Feminine also collected 48,000 equivalent album units when streaming numbers are added in.

Drake’s Views earned another 53,000 units the same week, topping Miller by 5,000 for the #1 spot.

This gives Views its 13th non-consecutive week in the pole position on the Billboard 200.

That is the most weeks an artist has spent at #1 for an album since Adele’s 21 spent 24 nonconsecutive weeks at #1 from March 2011 through June 2012.

Usher’s Hard II Love comes in at #5. His 8th Top 10 album collected 38,000 units (28,000 sales).