Was curious what he ended up with
.... Usher’s Hard II Love placed several spots behind The Divine Feminine, taking the No. 5 spot with 38,000 units. Billboard reports this is is the singer's eighth top 10 album ever; the last was Looking 4 Myself, which debuted at No. 1 in 2012. As we previously mentioned, Drake’s VIEWS reclaimed the No. 1 slot for the 13th nonconsecutive week, earning 53,000 units. According to Billboard, VIEWS’ seven-week absence from the top spot marks the biggest“ gap between weeks at No. 1 for an album in over three years.” The last was Mumford & Sons’ Babel, which returned to the No. 1 spot after 17 weeks.
The Suicide Squad soundtrack took this week’s No. 3 spot with 46,000 units Aaron Lewis’ Sinner took No.4 with 42,000 units.