Hip Hop Album Sales: Lil Baby & Gunna "Drip more Difficult" Makes Top 5 Billboard 200 Debut

HipHop News Posted on October 15, 2018 at 4:55am

Hip Hop Album Sales: Lil Baby & Gunna "Drip more Difficult" Makes Top 5 Billboard 200 Debut

In addition, T. I. and his "DIME TRAP" project not to break the Top 10.

Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper A Star is Born soundtrack may have taken the no. 1 spot on the Billboard 200 for the week ending October 11, but Lil Wayne's Tha Carter V still remains in the Top 3 after debuting at No. 1 last week.

In other places in the chart, Lil Baby and Gunna partnership project Drip more Difficult it has made an impressive debut in the Top 5 of the Drake, the Scorpion album takes a five percent dive, moving from No. 5 to No. 8, and T. I. and their dime TRAP project to hit the chart # 13.

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Lil Baby and it's Gunna Drip more Difficult that it has made its debut in the Top 5. With 129,809 total album equivalent units, 6,228 in pure album sales and streaming count 164,628,709, the collaboration mixtape hits the chart No. 4.

Produced by the Turbo, the 13-track album includes Drake, Young Thug, Lil Dark and Nav.

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Work of art in motion.

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T. I. was not able to break the Top 10 with their currency of ten cents of the TRAP of the project. With 32,108 total album equivalent units sold, 11,918 in pure album sales and streaming count 24,650,711, Tip of land in the No. 13.

TELL me TRAP serves as the Great Bustle of the star's 10th studio album and the second installment of a trilogy. Tip's ninth album of 2014, the Paperwork, debuted at no. 2 with first week sales of around 80,000 units.

Tha Carter V Still On Top III

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Despite the fact that 72 per cent dive in sales, Lil Wayne's highly anticipated album Tha Carter V lands at No.

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