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While there's been plenty of shuffling atop the U.S. charts in recent weeks, Kendrick Lamar's DAMN. has yet to dip any lower than No. 3.
According to Nielsen Music, DAMN. moved 69,000 units in the tracking week ending on June 15, enough to hold on to the No. 2 spot on the Billboard 200 albums chart, retaining its same chart position from the previous week and marking only a 5 percent dip in sales.
As we previously reported, DAMN. debuted at No. 1 back in April, launching with 603,000 equivalent album units, the biggest debut of 2017, surpassing pop-friendlier records such as Drake's More Life with 505,000 and Katy Perry's Witness, which is debuting this week at No. 1 with 180,000 units.
DAMN.'s chart success comes as the album also went platinum after just three weeks available.
For those who can't get enough of Lamar's latest full-length, he'll be hitting the road next month, starting July 12 in Phoenix.