Nas & Hit-Boy’s New Album “King’s Disease 3” Debuts In Top 10 Of Billboard 200

The first week of sales of Nas & Hit-Boy’s “King’s Disease 3” album.

The first week numbers for Nas and Hit-Boy’s new collab album “King’s Disease 3” are here, and the project charts inside the top 10 on Billboard 200. According to Billboard, the third instalment of the King’s Disease album series moved to 29,000 equivalent units in the first week. The project debuts at #10 on Billboard US Charts, with 26.47 million on-demand streams and 8,500 pure sales.

This is the lowest first-week number for the Nas & Hit-Boy album series, and the first part moved 47,000 album-equivalent units, while last year’s part two charted at number 3 on the US charts with 56,000 total album-equivalent units within its first week of release. However, Nas now ties with JAY-Z as the rapper with the most top 10 albums in Billboard 200 history, 16 each.

After falling behind last week, Taylor Swift made her return to the top spot on Billboard 200. “Midnights” moved 204,000 equivalent album units in its fourth week to dethrone Drake and 21 Savage’s new project “Her Loss” from #1. The collab album moved 170,000 equivalent units in its second week.

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