Hip Hop Album Sales: "Black Panther: The Album," Claims The First Post

HipHop News Posted on March 12, 2018 at 7:19am

Hip Hop Album Sales: "Black Panther: The Album," Claims The First Post

Wakanda Forever (in the graph).

The Black Panther, the soundtrack could not be considered for a long time. After slipping to #2 in the last week of the Billboard 200 chart, Black Panther: The Album has climbed to #1 again.

Hip Hop also gave some strong debuts in this last graph through Tory Lanez Memories do not Die and Tech N9ne on the Planet. Rap maintained a stranglehold on the Top 10, holding six spots.

Black Panther Is The #1 New

Experience the phenomenon for yourself. #BlackPanther are now playing: [link in bio]

A post shared by Black Panther (@blackpanther) on Feb 26, 2018 at 6:48 pm PST

The black panther of the domain in the box office has led to the music charts. The success of the film the soundtrack returned to the top spot on the Billboard 200 after falling to #2 the week before.

The Kendrick Lamar and Anthony "Top Dawg" Tiffith-curated LP has been #1 for three of its four weeks on the chart. The album moved 76,370 total album equivalent units.

Tory Lanez Debuts At #3


A post shared by torylanez (@torylanez) on Mar 5, 2018 at 5:19am PST

Tory Lanez Memories do not Die album was the highest debut of the week landing at the #3 through 53,861 total album equivalent units. 15,024 of those who came in pure album sales.

The Toronto artist's second album features a series of high-profile guests, including 50%, Future and Wiz Khalifa. AraabMuzik, Happy Perez, and Cashmere Cat were among the producers.

Tech N9ne Crack Top 15

Thanks To The Technicians!

A post shared by Tech N9ne (@therealtechn9ne) on Mar 12, 2018 at 8:59 pm PDT

Strange Music fans continue to prove their loyalty with their wallets. Tech N9ne's latest album, Planet, debuted at position #14 thanks to 15,906 in pure album sales.

Tech moved 21,412 total album equivalent units with the Planet, which is his first solo project since 2016 of The Stor


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