Machine Gun Kelly‘s Mainstream Sellout has debuted atop the Billboard 200 albums chart dated April 9.
MGK has now earned his second No. 1 on the chart following his 2020 release Tickets to My Downfall, and his sixth top 10 on the list.
According to Luminate, the record earned 93,000 equivalent album units in the U.S. in the week ending March 31.
Out of the 93,000 equivalent album units earned by Mainstream Sellout, album sales totaled 42,000, making it the top-selling album of the week. The record earned 50,000 SEA units and 1,000 TEA units.
Mainstream Sellout is the first No. 1 rock album on the Billboard 200 since AC/DC‘s Power Up spent a week at No. 1, debuting atop the list dated November 28, 2020.
Mainstream Sellout also has the largest week, by units, for a rock album since Paul McCartney‘s McCartney III launched with 107,000 units on the January 2, 2021-dated chart (at No. 2).
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