Post Malone's third studio album, Hollywood's Bleeding, has bagged the top spot on the Billboard 200 chart, Billboard reports. The project, which dropped earlier this month, also boasts the year's second-biggest album opening week and the most audio streams for an album in one week in 2019.

In its first week, Hollywood's Bleeding earned a total of 489,000 album units, 200,000 of which were in album sales. He follows Taylor Swift's Lover, which scored 867,000 units when it dropped on September 7. Posty also racked up 365.4 million track streams in the first week, topping the previous record held by Ariana Grande's Thank U, Next, which scored 307.1 million first week streams when it debuted back in February.

The album serves as Malone's second number-one album,, following beerbongs & bentleys in 2018.

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