The Jonas Brothers Have Reclaimed Their Position Atop Billboard’s Album Sales Chart

The Jonas Brothers’ record “The Album” hit No. 1 for the fourth time on Billboard’s Top Album Sales chart for the week ending May 18. They sold 35,500 copies in the US during that week.

“Happiness Begins” (2019), “Lines, Vines, and Trying Times” (2009), and “A Little Bit Longer” (2008) were all big hits for them before.

“Random Access Memories” by Daft Punk is back on the chart at No. 2 after a 10th-anniversary deluxe version came out.

The record sold a little more than 32,000 copies, which is a big jump of 4,452% from the week before. The reissue was released as a digital download, a CD, and a vinyl LP, and it had more songs than the original.

At No. 3, Lauren Daigle’s self-titled record came out. In its first week, it sold 20,000 copies. This is a big deal because her last song, “Look Up Child,” hit No. 2 on the charts.

In its second week on the list, Ed Sheeran’s record “(Subtract)” fell from No. 1 to No. 4, selling 20,000 fewer copies (a 76% drop).