Hip Hop Album Sales: Eminem's "Revival" Dominates the Billboard 200

HipHop News Posted on December 26, 2017 at 3:40am

Hip Hop Album Sales: Eminem's "Revival" Dominates the Billboard 200

In addition, G-Eazy's "The Beautiful And the Damned" and Jeezy's of the "Pressure" of making his debut.

Despite the polarization of views on Eminem, the ninth studio album the Rebirth, the 19-track project was the Billboard 200 of the crown for the week ending December 21. This marks the first time in Billboard history that an artist has won eight consecutive #1 album debut.

In other places in the graph G-Eazy The Beautiful And Damned debuted at #3 and Jeezy the Pressure of hitting the ground running at #6, while Brockhampton Saturation III made its entry in the Top 20. With 36,418 total album equivalent units sold, 24,935 pure album sales and streaming count 16,860,739, it was enough to win the California-based collective a #15 spot.

Slim Shady Dominates

New #Revival Collection – link in bio

A post shared by Marshall Mathers (@eminem) on December 15, 2017, at 7:23am PST

The inimitable Marshall Mathers dominated the chart this week with the Renaissance. The rap of Detroit goliath thrown in 266,520 total album equivalent units, 197,426 pure album sales and a flow count 82,465,294 to land in the #1.

G-Eazy Lands In The Top 5

Respect to the goat. The 15 of December

A post shared by G-Eazy (@g_eazy) on December 14, 2017, at 11:13pm PST

G-Eazy hit the chart #3 with his latest effort, The Beautiful And the Damned, only a point below that of the princess of pop Taylor Swift and her new album Reputation. With 121,920 total album equivalent units, 68,098 pure album sales and streaming count 70,247,978, is the mark of the age of 28, the fifth studio album. It also serves as the follow-up to the year 2015, When it is Dark Out, which debuted at #5.

Soul Survivor

TrustYaProcess! No PRESSURE, No💎 📸 @malikgolar

A post shared by @ jeezy on December 21, 2017, at 5:13pm PST

Jeezy's eighth studio album, Pressure, has made its modest debut at #6 with 71,974 total album equivalent units, 54,147 pure album sales and streaming count 23,917,010. The project is the snowman follow-up to the 2016, the Trap

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