Travis Scott’s “Utopia” Returns to No. 1 for the Third Week in a Row

Travis Scott performs at the 2018 Governors Ball
Travis Scott performs at the 2018 Governors Ball. Photo by Madison McGaw/BFA/REX/Shutterstock (9699577fy)

Travis Scott’s new album Utopia has been ruling the Billboard 200 chart ever since it hit the shelves, and it’s showing no signs of stopping. Utopia returned to No. 1 for the third week in a row to continue its reign as the longest-running hip-hop album atop the chart in 2023.

During its third week atop the chart, Utopia earned 185,000 equivalent album units, with album sales comprising 99,000 and SEA units comprising 86,000, after attracting 124.13 million on-demand official streams of the album’s 19 songs.

Scott now ties his personal longest Billboard 200 reign—Astroworld previously ruled the chart for three weeks in 2018. Utopia also becomes the longest-running rap album at No. 1 in almost two years, since Drake’s Certified Lover Boy spent five nonconsecutive weeks atop the Billboard 200 chart.

Utopia originally hit the shelves on July 28 and it produced several hit collaborations, including singles “K-pop” ft. The Weeknd and Bad Bunny, “Delresto (Echoes)” ft. Beyonce, and “Meltdown” ft. Drake.

As for the rest of Billboard 200 this week, Morgan Wallen’s chart-topping One Thing at a Time returned to No. 2 with 94,000 equivalent album units earned. Karol G’s Mañana Será Bonito (Bichota Season) scored the week’s biggest debut at No. 3 with 67,000 equivalent album units earned.