Hip Hop Album Sales: Jaden Smith & PnB Rock Modest Billboard 200 Debuts
In addition, Moneybagg I and YoungBoy Never Broke Again's "the babies Fed's" comes to the table, and Lil Peep's "Come to The're Sober Pt. 1" makes a big jump in sales.
Jaden Smith, the Gnp of the Rock, and Moneybagg I collaboration with YoungBoy Never Broke Again debuted on the Billboard 200 during the week that ended on 23 November.
SYRE Smith hit the chart #23, while the Gnp of the Rock of the Capture of These Vibrations is checked in #17. Meanwhile, Moneybagg I and YoungBoy Never Broke the project Again in common, Fed the Baby, enters at #20.
In other places in the chart, Lil Peep's debut album, See you When you're Sober Pt. 1, taken a big leap in the wake of his death by overdose. The project jumped from #169 #38, 216 percent increase in sales.
SYRE Makes His Grand Entrance
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Despite some of SYRE on the other topics, Jaden Smith's inaugural album debuted in the Top 25. With 20,467 total album equivalent units sold (3,813 in pure album sales and streaming count 23,964,925), SYRE was able to land in the #23 slot. Serves as Smith's first time in the Billboard 200 chart as a solo artist. In 2010, he collaborated with Justin Bieber on the song "Never Say Never", which was eventually certified platinum by the RIAA.
His 2012 mixtape, The Cool Cafe: Cool Tape Vol. 1, error to chart on the Billboard 200.
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PnB Rock's new project, the Capture of These Vibes, has entered the Billboard 200 at position #17 with 26,503 total album equivalent units sold (3,754 in pure album sales and streaming count 32,233,846. The album marks the Philly-based rapper's debut studio album and follows the success of singles such as "Selfish", which is a certified platinum album, and "Horses", with A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and Black Kodak.
His last mixtape, GTTM: Goin Through the Motions, was launched in January.
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