Hip Hop Album Sales: Brockhampton Nabs Billboard 200's Coveted Spot With the "Iridescence"

HipHop News Posted on October 1, 2018 at 4:41am

Hip Hop Album Sales: Brockhampton Nabs Billboard 200's Coveted Spot With the "Iridescence"

In addition, Young Dolph's "the Model" makes their debut while Lupe Fiasco's "DRUG Wave of the" fight for the Top 50.

Brockhampton's fourth studio album Sheen has made his debut on the Billboard 200 at no. 1 for the week ended 27 September, surpassing Eminem's former chart-topper Kamikaze. The project follows the group of 2017 Saturation of the trilogy.

In other places, Machine Gun Kelly, in the DRUNKENNESS of the EP has entered the chart in the Top 25 while Young Dolph's Role Model album is pretty at No. 15 with 30,079 total album equivalent units, 3,741 pure album sales and streaming count 33,537,274.

Finally, Lupe Fiasco DRUG Wave struggled to make the Top 50 and it landed in the No. 60.

Brilliant Debut

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Brockhampton the Iridescence of the project, has earned this week's the Billboard of the crown with the 101,212 total album equivalent units, 79,335 pure album sales and streaming count 28,827,916. The 15-track effort marks the group's first album, from the Emir of Vann output of the following sexual misconduct and abuse allegations.

His latest project, the Saturation of the trilogy, was released last year and presented in an appropriate manner, Kevin Abstract, Merlyn Wood, Dom McLennon, Matt Champion and Russell "Joba" Boring in the world.

Read the Iridescence of the review here.

MGK Squeezes Into the Top 25

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BINGE EP. now. 😝😈

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As predicted, Machine Gun Kelly failed to capitalize on her highly publicized beef with Eminem. His DRUNKENNESS of the EP has been given in the chart #24 with 21,217 total album equivalent units, 8,284 pure album sales and streaming count 15,325,17.

The project serves as the follow-up to 2017 of the Bloom, which debuted at No. 8 on its launch, with around 57,000 units sold in its first week.

Read the RAMPAGE EP review here.

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