Tyler, the Creator with Call me if you get lost returns to number 1 on the Billboard 200 list, in which the most popular albums in the United States are classified every week taking into account sales, streaming (SEA) and equivalent tracks (TORCH). Second week -not consecutive- at the top for a work published in June 2021, winner of the Grammy Award for best rap album among other recognitions, which gained momentum due to the release on vinyl. With some 59 thousand equivalent units, some 51 thousand corresponding to sales, almost all -49,500- for vinyl, available for purchase exclusively in its online store. The podium is completed in the second step by Morgan Wallen with Dangerous: The Double Album with 50,500 uuee and in the third place by Lil Durk with 7,220 with about 43 thousand. In the Billboard Hot 100 list the most popular songs in the United States are classified taking into account radio coverage, digital sales and audio and video streaming. He returns to the lead for two weeks -not consecutive- at number 1, Harry Styles with As it was. Jack Harlow with First class drops to number 2, and at number 3 Glass Animals stays with Heat waves.