Hip Hop Album Sales: Drake Keeps Hitting Milestones such As "Scorpion" Remains At No. 1 For the 5th Week in a row
In addition, G Herbo's "Swervo" makes its debut and the Juice of the WRLD's "good-Bye until never", continues to climb.
Drake, the Scorpion has maintained its no. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart for the week that ended August 2.
Mark the album's fifth consecutive week at the top of the slot. The last album to achieve this feat was the Toronto rap titan's points of view, which spent a total of nine consecutive weeks at No. 1 in 2016. Hit a total of 13 non-consecutive weeks at the top.
In other places in the graph, G Herbo, makes his debut with Swervo and Juice WRLD bye Bye And until never breaks up two points on the earth in the Top 5.
The Views From The Top
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With 145,430 total album equivalent units sold (11,757 in pure album sales and streaming count 169,566,926), the Scorpion has secured the first place and helps Drake to keep moving up in the ranks.
The 6 God has overtaken JAY-Z as Hip-Hop artist with the second-most weeks at No. 1, behind Eminem, who has 32 weeks at the top. Drake currently has 26 weeks at No. 1.
Scorpion trademarks of Drake, the fifth studio album in solitary, and was supported by singles such as "the Plan of God," Pleasing "For What," and "My Feelings."
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G Herbo Makes Debut
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G Herbo and Southside of the album in collaboration Swervo has made its entry at No. 15 with 22,435 total album equivalent units sold (2,580 in pure album sales and streaming count 25,397,935).
The project serves as a follow-up to Humble Beast. The rapper from Chicago's inaugural album peaked at number 21 on the Billboard 200 in September of 2017 release, win 20,000 total album equivalent units in its first week.
In other notable Hip-Hop principles, Denzel Curry TA13OO entered in the No. 28 (16,761 equivalent album units) Dave East's Karma 2 debuted