Hip Hop Album Sales: Lil Peep Hits Billboard 200 For the 1st Time after His Death

HipHop News Posted on November 21, 2017 at 12:19am

Hip Hop Album Sales: Lil Peep Hits Billboard 200 For the 1st Time after His Death

Chris Brown's "Heartbreak On A Full Moon night" remains at #3 in its third week, and the Offset, Metro boomin and 21 of the Savage's "Without prior Notice" hangs on to the Top 10.

In the wake of Lil Peep of the death of their debut album Come When you're Sober Pt. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart at #169 for the week that ended November 16. The 21-year-old emo rapper died on the 15th of November from a suspected drug overdose.

Chris Brown Distress In A Full Moon night he saw a 31 percent decrease in sales, but still remains in the #3 slot, while Post Malone Stoney to re-enter the Top 5 at #4. In other places in the graph, Offset, 21 and Wild Metro boomin Without Warning project is located in the Top 10 at #6.

Lil Peep Graphics For the 1st Time

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A post shared by @lilpeep on November 14, 2017, at 11:16pm PST

Lil Peep delivered its debut album to Come When you're Sober Pt. 1 in August and has not been able to chart upon its release. Next Peep his untimely death, the album has entered the chart #169 with 5,132 total album equivalent units (1,163 in pure albums, and a flow count of 5,473,386.

The countless fans and teammates alike have taken to social media to express their condolences. In consequence, his death has sparked a conversation about the epidemic of prescription drug abuse that is happening all over America. Lil Uzi Vert also announced that it was taking steps toward sobriety in the wake of Peep death.

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A post shared by 💔🌕🏆 🔥 (@chrisbrownofficial) on November 19, 2017, at 7:01pm PST

Chris Brown massive 45-track album, the Angst In A Full Moon night, holding on to the #3 slot for the third week in a row. With 50,542 total album equivalent units sold (10,193 in pure album sales and streaming count 56,625,833), was enough to keep her Top 5 placing despite the fact that the 31 percent decrease in sales.

The R&B singer in the last album, the Royalty, was released in 2015 and peaked at #3.

Post Malone Continues To Maintain



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