Future Joins Exclusive Company With Number 1 and Number 2 Album

By HHL Editors

Future's reign at the top of the album charts was ended this week by Ed Sheeran, whose album Divide crushed it with a 2017 best 445k SPS first week.

But what a reign it was. Future was the first artist to ever have back to back number 1 albums. And last week, HNDRXX and Future were number 1 and number 2, making Future only the tenth artist to pull off that feat in chart history.

The other nine who've scored one and two on the album charts are Prince, Nelly, Guns N Roses, Jim Croce, The Beatles (3 times), Simon & Garfunkel, The Monkees, Herb Alpert and Peter, Paul & Mary.

Congrats to Future for joining a most impressive of groups.

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