Post Malone Surprisingly Broke Michael Jackson’s 34 Year Record on Billboard

Broke Michael Jacksons 34 Year

Post Malone’s latest album Stoney continues to see success as it has broken the King of Pop’s record for most consecutive weeks in the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart’s top 10 rankings.

As Billboard reports, Stoney has officially racked up its 77th week in the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart’s top 10 which was previously held by Michael Jackson’s Thriller for 34 years straight! Whitney Houston’s self-titled LP comes in at number three with 64 weeks, The Black Eyed Peas’ The End at number four with 63 weeks and Macklemore / Ryan Lewis’ The Heist at number five with 59 weeks.

Broke Michael Jacksons 34 Year-1

Initially released in December of 2016, Stoney was supported by stand out hits “White Iverson,” “Rockstar,” and the Quavo-assisted “Congratulations.” So, almost two years later and the self-proclaimed rockstar himself has a lot to be proud of.

Surprising, yes. But worthy of the record, debatable.

What do you think?

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