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Released in 1991 just before he began his tumultuous battle with Warner Brothers Records, this album was arguably Prince’s last commercially triumphant release.
After debuting last week at No. 13, The xx’s “On Hold” zooms into the summit, pushing the The Chainsmokers and Halsey’s 8-week No. 1 “Closer” to No. 5. Young The Giant and Rae Sremmurd surge into the Top 3 with “Silvertongue” and “Black Beatles (feat. Gucci Mane),” respectively. Jessarae is the week’s highest debut at No. 8 with “Milk & Honey.”