By the way, physical copies of albums are still outselling digital ones in the U.S., though the gap continues to narrow:
Last chart week 4,224,000 albums were sold last week in the USA.
1,827,000 were digital albums.
2,397,000 were physical albums (cds, cassettes and vinyl).
I just thought that was interesting because we hear people say "CDs are dead!" Well, they still sell better than digital albums. With streaming increasing more and more, digital albums may never actually be the dominant method for albums.