Hip Hop Album Sales: Tyler The Creator And Meek Mill The Highest Score Wins

HipHop News Posted on July 31, 2017 at 5:13am

Hip Hop Album Sales: Tyler The Creator And Meek Mill The Highest Score Wins

JAY-Z's "4:44" taking a 48 per cent dip and Kung Fu Kenny's "CURSE." hangs tough at #4.

If it weren't for the singer Lana Del Rey, Tyler The Creator would have a #1 album, but that will have to cozy up to in the #2 slot for the week that ended July 27. The Odd Future rapper Flower Boy LP sold 70,087 units and was passed in 42,951,771 times. Meek Mill Wins And Losses landed in the #3 slot with 86,214,061 streams and 37,309 of units sold, while JAY-Z is 4:44 took a 48 percent dive and landed in the #7 slot. Elsewhere on the chart, NAVIGATION and Metro boomin's Perfect time, made its entry in the #14, and French Montana of the Jungle Rules also falls 48 percent, establishing itself in the #16 slot.

Flower Boy Flower

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Tyler the Creator of The follow-up of 2015 for the Cherry Bomb — Flower — Boy has been in the Billboard 200 chart at #2, marking the highest chart debut of his career. Cherry Bomb debuted at #4, selling more than 51,000 copies in its first week, while the Goblin made his debut in the position #5 in 2011 and the Wolf entered the chart in the #4 position in 2013. Flower Boy sold 100,641 total album equivalent units and 70,087 of those that were pure album sales. The album was streamed in 42,951,771 times.

Meek Scores A Victory ... But not to Overcome Their Last Two LPs

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Despite the Drake diss is located in the clean version of "Flows of 1942,"Meek Mill Victories And Losses of the wound in the #3 slot with 98,594 total album equivalent units sold, 86,214,061 streams and 37,309 pure album sales. This marks the follow-up of 2015, in which Dreams are Worth More Than the Money, which debuted at #1 and sold over 215,000 albums in its first week. The Philly rapper's debut, 2012's Dreams And Nightmares, debuted at #3.

Hov Has A Bathroom

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JAY-Z's 13th studio album, 4:44, went platinum in its first week, thanks to Sprint, but Hov has taken only a 48 percent drop and it landed in the #7 slot. This is the album for the third week in t

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