JoJo Is Now Three-For-Three With Top 10 Albums, As ‘Mad Love’ Debuts On The Chart

Robbie Daw | October 24, 2016 11:51 am

Kings Of Leon‘s seventh studio album WALLS is now the Nashville rock band’s fourth to land in the Top 5 on the Billboard 200, and their first to reach the chart’s #1 position. The LP earned 77,000 album units, with 68,000 of those being sales. Meanwhile, last week’s #1, Green Day‘s Revolution Radio, takes a tumble to #10.

Elsewhere, The Game sees his 437th album 1992 debut at #4, while JoJo makes a grand return with her first album in a decade, Mad Love, at #6. It’s JoJo’s third studio release overall, and her third consecutive Top 10 placing. Mad Love racked up 25,000 units overall, with 19,000 of those being traditional sales.

When we recently asked JoJo what she’d say to her younger self — the JoJo of five years ago, locked in label turmoil — she replied, “Know that you do have a future and act like you have a future.” Pretty solid advice, after all.

The Top 10 of the Billboard 200:

1. Kings Of Leon, WALLS *new* *1 week* 
2. Drake, Views
3. Soundtrack, Suicide Squad
4. The Game, 1992 *new*
5. Twenty One Pilots, Blurryface
6. JoJo, Mad Love *new*
7. Cast, Hamilton
8. Ariana Grande, Dangerous Woman
9. Travis Scott, Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight
10. Green Day, Revolution Radio

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