Lil Durk with 7220 returns to number 1 on the Billboard 200 list, which ranks the most popular albums in the United States. Second week -not consecutive- at the top, this time with about 47 thousand uuee, about 46 thousand for streaming (SEA), less than a thousand for sales, and an insignificant amount for equivalent tracks (TEA). Second position for Morgan Wallen with Dangerous: The double album with some 46,500 uuee, and third for the Encanto soundtrack with some 45 thousand. Outstanding direct entries to the top 10: Jack White with ‘Fear of the dawn’ (#4, 42 thousand uuee, 39 thousand sales to lead the corresponding list including 24 thousand on vinyl, and 3 thousand by SEA), 42 Dugg with ‘Last ones left’ (nº7, 30 thousand uuee, 26,500 for SEA and 3,500 for sales), Fivio Foreign with ‘BIBLE’ (nº9, 29 thousand uuee, 27,500 for SEA, 1,000 for sales, and 500 for TEA), and Camila Cabello with ‘Familia’ (No. 10, 27,500 uuee, 14,500 by SEA, 11,500 by sales and almost 1,500 by TEA). The Billboard Hot 100 list ranks the most popular songs in the United States, taking into account digital sales, radio coverage, and streaming audio and video. Jack Harlow’s First class, a song with musical elements of Fergie’s ‘Glamorous’, debuts at number 1, his second after ‘Industry baby’ with Lil Nas X. Harry Styles’s As it was drops to number 2, and Glass Animals with ‘Heat waves’ at 3.