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Justin Timberlake: 'Man Of The Woods' Debuts At No. 1
He's not only a Man Of The Woods, he's a man of the charts as well.
Justin Timberlake has parlayed his Super Bowl halftime appearance into a No. 1 slot on the Billboard 200. Man Of The Woods, which netted 293,000 equivalent album units for the week ending Feb. 8, marks Timberlake's fourth LP to top the Billboard album chart.
The "Filthy" singer scored the biggest album sales week since Taylor Swift's Reputation soared to No. 1 in December 2017 on the strength of 1.24 million units.
Timberlake's previous three albums to top the album chart were The 20/20 Experience (2 of 2) and The 20/20 Experience (both in 2013) and FutureSex/LoveSounds (2006). His debut solo album, 2002's Justified, peaked at No. 2.
The GRAMMY winner will support Man Of The Woods with a robust world tour, which kicks off March 13 in Toronto.