Lil Baby's 'My Turn' sits in the top spot of the Billboard 200 for the fourth week of 2020, with 70,000 in sales, Billboard reports. In the runner-up spot is Bob Dylan's 'Rough and Rowdy Ways', which scored him the highest spot that he's gotten to in more than a decade; it sold in 53,000 equivalent albums, most of which came from traditional album sales. Dylan has now become the first artist with a US Top 40 album in every decade since the 1960s. Teyana Taylor achieves her first top 10 album, as 'The Album' bows at No. 8 with 32,000 equivalent album units earned.

Sama Dams

Duo Sama Dams (Sam and Lisa Adams) take a spot between art rock and garage rock with 'Not Gonna Lie'; instrumental project Eerie Gaits shared their tender song 'Saw You Through The Trees'; The Lickerish Quartet are just funny with their prog-glam rock song and video 'Lighthouse Spaceship'; 'X24' is a clockwork folk song by Kelora; Teyana Taylor shared a family-themed 'We Got Love', co-written by Kanye West; Lin-Manuel Miranda shared politics-themed cabaret song ‘I Have a Friend’; Brian Fallon shared a lovely Americana ballad 'Tender'; 'Lift Off' is a cool pop/free-jazz song by pop/soul artist Tom Misch and jazz drummer/producer Yussef Dayes; Porcupine Tree’s Steven Wilson is releasing a new solo album, and 'Personal Shopper' is a conceptual 10-minute prog epic announcing the summer LP.