Hip Hop Album Sales: Cardi B "Invasion Of Privacy" Drops To #2 On the Billboard 200

HipHop News Posted on April 23, 2018 at 8:28am

Hip Hop Album Sales: Cardi B "Invasion Of Privacy" Drops To #2 On the Billboard 200

In addition, Kendrick Lamar's "CURSE." jumps 55 percent and the "Black Panther" of the soundtrack remains in the Top 10.

As Cardi B is still riding the wave of current, the mother-to-be on the debut album of the Invasion Of Privacy remains strong on the Billboard 200 at #2 for the week that ended April 19.

In other places in the chart, Kendrick Lamar, winner of the Pulitzer Prize, DAMN it. the album has returned to the Top 15 with a 55 per cent increase in sales, while the Black Panther soundtrack — another TDE production remains in the Top 10, even with a seven percent drop.

Cardi B It Falls From #1

Finding angles today it is difficult to 😩😩

A post shared by Cardi B Official IG (@iamcardib) of April 21, 2018 at 11:10 pm PDT

The Cardi is major label debut, Invasion Of Privacy, hit the chart last week at #1, but could not hold an encore performance. (The title was handed over to the country music artist Jason Aldean and his rear-view Mirror of the City project.) But with 128,996 total album-equivalent units moved (25,621 in pure album sales and streaming count 142,279,162), it still landed at #2, marking another impressive week for the Bronx-bred rapper.

Read the Invasion Of the Privacy review here.

DAMN. Jumps 55 Percent

These murals forever belong to my fans. You've always taken my words above and beyond. Around the world and back again. With confidence. I am eternally grateful. 2x

A post shared by Kendrick Lamar (@kendricklamar) on Jul 24, 2017, at 7:10am PDT

Probably due to K. Dot in the history of the Pulitzer Prize winning for FUCKING., the Compton MC's fourth studio album saw a 55 percent bump in sales, which put him in the #13 spot. Boasting 28,534 total album-equivalent units moved (with 10,631 in pure album sales and streaming count 25,080,412), DAMN it. it is up seven points from last week #20 the position of its 53rd week on the chart.

Read the DAMN thing. review here.

Black Panther Remains In The Top 10

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