The Jonas Brothers‘ comeback album Happiness Begins tops this week’s Billboard 200 chart, earning the biggest overall week for a record so far in 2019. Happiness Begins earned 414,000 equivalent album units, of which 357,000 were in album sales, according to Nielsen‘s data. Both numbers represent the largest week of 2019 for any album in terms of units and album sales. Billboard notes that the brothers’ big week was in part driven by a concert ticket bundle. Happiness Begins has the largest overall sales week since December of 2017 with Taylor Swift‘s reputation.
When We Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? from Billie Eilish is at #2, with legendary Latin Rock band Santana debuting at #3 with Africa Speaks. Santana’s figures were also powered by bundling the album with ticket sales. Country singer Luke Combs arrives at #4 with his new EP The Prequel.
Future has a new EP on the chart as well, titled Save Me, which debuts at #5. The fifth top 10 debut this week comes from rapper Polo G with Die a Legend at #6.
The top 10 is rounded out by Khalid (#7), DJ Khaled (#8), DaBaby (#9) and Elton John‘s best-of Diamonds collection at #10.