Congratulations are in order for Tyler, the Creator as he’s finally landed at the top of the Billboard mountain with his latest project IGOR, beating out DJ Khaled’s latest effort in Father of Asahd for the chart-topping honors.
Nicki Minaj has ruled the charts for so long that even she has the expectation that she should blow each time she drops. However, her latest album, Queen, made a #2 debut on the Billboard 200 charts and she blamed Kylie Jenner and Spotify for not going #1.
Travis Scott made fans wait a bit for this third solo set Astroworld, and it appears the length of time between albums paid off handsomely. The Houston rapper earned his second #1 album debut on the Billboard 200, making for the second-largest debut of the year.
Although rumors have been swirling that Drake and Kendrick Lamar have a quietly brewing feud going on, it appears the egg might be on our face for assuming the worst. Drizzy actually gave K-Dot props for his the sales numbers for his latest studio album, DAMN., shocking many who didn’t see that left turn coming.
Backed by hits such as “Promises” and the undeniably dope “We Dem Boyz,” Wiz Khalifa’s fifth studio album Blacc Hollywood as reached the top of the Billboard Charts.
Who said consumers don’t buy albums anymore? Justin Timberlake‘s third album, The 20/20 Experience, will debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 album chart tomorrw, selling almost a million copies its first week in stores.
The final numbers are in for G.O.O.D. Music’s compilation album, Cruel Summer. Kanye West’s project featuring the likes of Pusha T, Big Sean, Common, Cyhi The Prynce, 2 Chainz and Teyana Taylor managed to pull in over 216,000 albums sold in it’s first week.
The truth is 2 Chainz is going to have the #1 album in America when the final tally comes in tonight, according to Billboard and Hits Daily Double. the Atlanta rapper’s debut album on Def Jam Records, Based On A T.R.U. Story, moved 145,809 units in it’s first week and looks to move more as the final tally […]