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Fetty Wap leads seven debuts in album top 10

Rapper Fetty Wap has scored his first Billboard album chart number one with his debut release.

His self-titled album has rocketed to the top of the Billboard 200 with 129,000 equivalent sales and it leads seven top 10 new entries.


Drake and Future’s surprise release What a Time to Be Alive slips to two and Eagles star Don Henley earns his highest charting solo album ever at three with Cass County at three.


Country music legend George Strait debuts Cold Beer Conversation at four and The Weeknd’s Beauty Behind the Madness rounds out the new top five.


New albums from country singer Thomas Rhett, Chvrches, Disclosure and The Dead Weather also score top 10 spots.