The Weeknd‘s After Hours continues to dominate the Billboard 200 chart for a third week in a row. To date, After Hours has amassed 90,000 equivalent album units. Out of this total, 23,000 came from album sales, while 64,000 came from SEA units, which grew from 89.4 million on-demand streams. Weeknd’s latest album is the first album since 2019’s Hollywood’s Bleeding by Post Malone that’s spent its first three weeks on top of the Billboard 200.
More recently, The Weeknd went on Variety to tell-all about After Hours. Amid the interview, he unveiled how the song “Faith” was about the “darkest time of my entire life,” and why he was initially nervous while creating “Blinding Lights.”
Listen to After Hours by The Weeknd below: