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What’s Your Favorite Project on the Top Dance/Electronic Albums Chart? Vote!

While dancefloors around the world remain quiet, there has been some movement on Billboard’s Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart.

This week sees two new entries, with Louis the Child’s debut LP Here For Now debuting in the No. 6 position and Bassnectar’s All Colors debuting at No. 4. (The album was released on June 26, just prior to Bassnectar’s July 3 announcement that he’s “stepping back” from his career amid accusations of sexual misconduct.)

Elsewhere on the chart, The Chainsmokers continue their hat trick, with their trio of projects — Memories, Do Not Open, World War Joy and the Collage EP — all still hanging out in the top 10. Meanwhile, Lady Gaga’s Chromatica continues its five-week run in the top spot.

Do you have a favorite album from the top 10? Darn right you do. Let us know by voting below.

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