Hip Hop Album Sales: The Week Ending 7/3/2011

Six new releases flood the charts, including Big Sean, Beyonce, Curren$y, Smif-N-Wessun & Pete Rock, Kendrick Lamar and a Digable Planets alum. Summer heats up at last.

Out with the old, in with the new. Six new urban releases hit the charts this week, with plenty of impressive surprises.

For the second straight week, R&B topped the charts. Beyonce's  4 album sold over 300,000 units. The Destiny's Child front-woman's fourth solo album features an appearance by Outkast's Andre 3000, along with production from Kanye West and his production team - including Jeff Bhasker, as well as a writing credit to former G.O.O.D. Music artist Consequence.

Speaking of G.O.O.D., their latest artist, Detroit, Michigan's Big Sean snagged a Top 3 debut. The Def Jam Records-backed emcee sold over 85,000 first-week units on his solo debut, which shared a title with his promotional mixtape series. Finally Famous: The Album was largely produced by longtime Common mentor No I.D., and featured appearances from DXnext alumni Chiddy Bang and Wiz Khalifa, along with Lupe Fiasco.

Jilly from Philly remained Top 5 in her second week on the charts, nearly reaching the 200,000 marker. The Soul singer's fourth studio album, The Light of the Sun topped the charts in its first week, featuring Hip Hop artists such as Paul Wall, Eve and the legendary Doug E. Fresh. The Warner Brothers Records project has production from Roots affiliate Khari Mateen as well as Dre & Vidal.

Royce Da 5'9 and Eminem's Bad Meets Evil project  Hell: The Sequel remained a Top 10 placer. The project is over halfway to gold status, with production by Havoc, Mr. Porter and veteran underground Hip Hop producer Joey Chavez.



Pitbull's sixth album, Planet Pit fell seven spots to #14. The Miami, Florida emcee's J Records project features T-Pain, Ne-Yo and Jamie Foxx, selling another 28,000 units. Clinton Sparks and longtime Pit producer Jim Jonsin contributed to the album musically.

* Please note: figures below approximated to nearest thousandth.

Top 200 Album Sales (Top 5 Hip Hop/R&B) 

Rank Artist Album This Week Est. Total
1 Beyonce 4 310,000 311,000
3 Big Sean Finally Famous: The Album
87,000 87,000
5 Jill Scott Light of the Sun 55,000 190,000
9 Royce Da 5'9 & Eminem (Bad Meets Evil) Hell: The Sequel 42,000 276,000
14 Pitbull Planet Pit 28,000 83,000

Former Young Money Records hopeful Curren$y made the charts for the third time since 2010. Now backed by Warner Brothers Records, the #Jets leader's retail mixtape  Weekend At Burnies scored a Top 25 debut. The label has found similar success with Gucci Mane in the mixtape lane. Burnies, taking its name from a 1989 film. Largely produced by Monsta Beatz, the project features former No Limit Records star Fiend, and #Jets members Trademark (Da Skydiver) and Young Roddy.

Veteran Brooklyn, New York duo Smif-N-Wessun added legendary producer Pete Rock to the group for Monumental. Released on Tek & General Steele's lifelong group label Duck Down Records, the project very nearly scored a Top 100 debut, selling over 5,000 units. The project has been highlighted in the midst of controversy of a NYPD beating during the trio's album release party. Freeway, Bun B and Hurricane G are featured on Monumental.

Compton, California Kendrick Lamar and Top Dawg Entertainment opted to release his latest project digitally to iTunes. Section. 80. K. Dot's project features production by J. Cole, and an appearance from G.O.O.D. Music veteran GLC.

On record store shelves for over a year, Drake had a strong week with his Thank Me Later. The Young Money/Universal Motown Records project climbed 22 spots to #119. The Toronto, Ontario native is at work on his sophomore studio album, Take Care, reportedly planned for October, 2011.

Another early 1990s veteran, Ish (f/k/a Butterfly) of Digable Planets fame, popped onto the charts with his band Shabazz Palaces. The group's latest album, Black Up, sold just under 3,000 units to debut on the Top 200. The album is out on the legendary Sub Pop Records.

Rank Artist Album This Week Est. Total
22 Curren$y Weekend At Burnies 23,000 23,000
102 Smif-N-Wessun & Pete Rock Monumental 5,400 5,600
104 Kendrick Lamar Section.80 5,300 5,300
119 Drake Thank Me Later 4,500 1,417,000
175 Shabazz Palaces Black Up 2,900 2,900

Will Lloyd make it three straight weeks of R&B chart-toppers? Can Molemen's Vakill get chart recognition next week? Stay tuned to HipHopDX.


  • Daniel Gregory

    I smell haters

  • Mrnoluv

    Said it before and will say it again, you young cats(22 and under), that claim to be hip hop fans are the reason hip hop is dead and artist have these PATHETIC ASS NUMBERS! Back in the 80's we supported artist like Run DMC, LL Cool J, KRS ONE when they did stuff outside of their original style! But today, all you so called hip hop fans are concerned about is image, fuck skill and creativity, you want image and marketing. Run DMC made a song with Areosmith, but that album was still a classic. LL Cool J made a love song I Need Love, but at that time was still considered the best rapper. KRS ONE made reggae hip hop, something never heard before. But you cats today, dis Jay Z, Kanye, Lil Wayne Em...if they change their style up. Let's say Nas made the best 15 songs of his career and on the last track he made a song with Katy Perry that went #1 on the pop charts, the album sold 7 mil copies. Even though the 15 songs were tight, all you cats would do would be talking about how Nas sold out and went pop! Not talk about the 15 best tracks of his career! Why because you new cats aren't true hip hop fans. You want your rappers to fit into a tiny box, you want your rappers image to never change, stay the same way forever, never grow! Wu Tang has been doing the same shit for 15 years, they can't sell shit. Yes all you young cats think it's great for they never changed their style, tried something new, but I see you cats don't support the new shit when it comes out! When did hip hop become all about image and forgot about creativity, new styles, new shit? Em or Jay makes a song with a hot rapper or pop star - he's a sellout, funny but back in the days when Rakim made a pop song with Jody Watley "What About Your Friends", none of us called him a sellout! I guess we weren't so fixated with image and were more about skill, and everyone knows Rakim had them. You young cats and your image of what hip hop has to be, some cat that can't sell records, has to be a street nigga, not any race but black, can't make a song with anyone artist that hasn't been to jail...are the ones that killed hip hop! It's a damn shame!

    • anom

      Wow you couldn't be anymore irrelevant in your explanation. The internet in the 80's was no where close to the popularity it has right now, and because of that, record sales were better back then. You can easily get any album that comes out on the internet without paying, and people choose to do that. THIS is why the numbers are so pathetic. Don't go generalizing the youth for the causes of Hip Hop/Rap losing its roots. You were their age too. I bet others criticized you for listening to Run DMC when it was "fresh and new". Music has been recycled and transformed constantly through life, get over it.

  • M.u. Tha Don


  • Tduma91

    Would've liked to see Kendrick Lamar sell a lot more albums, Section.80 is such a great record.

  • Busta

    Jay Z bought 300,000 copies of his woman's CD, how tragic!

    • ya heard

      Jay Z and his tramp also sticking their ugly heads in Dres Detox. Why can"t Jigga man just retire already and take his tramp with him. But still going to cop Detox though.

  • Robert ProfessorNumark Watts

    Smif-N-Wessun & Pete Rock's release sold only 5,600 so far. And muthafuckas always talkin that "SUPPORT REAL HIP-HOP" shyt. SMMFH!

  • Anonymous

    See drakes "thank me later" outcome? Hatas eat a dick!!!!

  • Joe Camel

    Damn! Peoplee buying trashy Beyonces album more than Em and Royce. Must be little white girls from the suburbs. Why don"t Gay Z by enough his hoes album to make it go platinium. Too busy doing Rihanna? LOLZ

  • Gabe

    I worry about what music gets to the masses and the hidden meanings in their music. Like This phony ass motherfucker Roamin. He bad for hip-hop, brainwashing, sellout junkie. Even peep the illuminati symbolism on his cover. http://www.datpiff.com/ROAMIN-I-Am-A-Hoax-mixtape.245891.html

  • CaliKushBlunt

    I wish Kendrick Lamar coulda put his album out on disc... I fucking hate having to purchise my new favorite artist's album digitally.

    • Anonymous

      i co-sign that i wanna support kendrick but i dont wanna give my money to itunes for some fucking computer files, i want a physical copy in my hands, preferably on vinyl

  • Comptonsmostwanted1986

    as far as records sells go hip hop been dead this gay shit by Big Sean sold 80,000 units ? that album is terrible The only reason why Bad meets evil sold 276,000 is becuz of eminem and the little wack video they got out now . other than that the album is kinda weak .


    Fux the rest... all I know is my nigga Curren$y sold damn near 25k first week with no promotion; obviously his fans are loyal unlike other **Cough** Big Sean. Yeah it wasn't his best but just think a bit more backing no tellin were he might be..JETLIFE

    • Tduma91

      Huh? Big Sean sold 87,000 and Curren$y sold 25,000.. His fans were obviously much more "loyal" than Curren$y's and there were about 62,000 more of them.. Still like both of them though, just don't get your point.

  • Ace Of Spadez

    BIG SEAN SUCKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • DickNBalls

    where the fuck are tech n9ne numbers??? assholes fuck beyonce and jill scott, i wanna see all 6s and 7s numbers

  • Anonymous

    I think J.cole might do the same numbers as Big Sean. Cuz you can't sell just off of dope bars alone. Even Lupe Fiasco and Jay-Z have to make a strong hit single before dropping an album. J.cole couldn't make a hit song if his life depended on it. On some Work Out shit. And if he does sell over 100k (which could happen). He aint gettin no platinum plaque. Unless he comes out with some kind of Illmatic or Reasonable Doubt esque album, that gets overwhelming critical acclaim and goes platinum over time. He'll go gold at best, if that.

  • based todd

    lil b the based god doing it big time 1700 copies of I'M GAY sold in under a week suck on that you haterz

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  • Anonymous

    My reasoning for why big sean didnt sell as much (compared to the drakes and wiz khalifas)is first of all, he didnt have a HUGE single. Wiz had black an yellow, drake had multiple hits. But more importantly, they let their hype completely grow then released their albums at the perfect time. Also, they had multiple hit singles, big sean had one and his other singles were good but they werent mainstream enough. If he made a video for marvin gaye and chardonnay, and what goes around, he would have hit 100k imo. Big sean has been mildly popular for a year or so, like drake and wiz were. But they both waited for that NEXT year where they released a lot of good music and their popularity exploded. I just think big sean had the potential to be a big seller, but the marketing was very weak, there was one good single, and mostly they didnt allow him to become a household name before he released his album. Also, it was a bad week with beyonce coming out too, and MOST importantly, i think that big sean is less of a niche rapper than some of his peers. Drake can do multiple styles of music, and commands attention on tracks. He is a perfect example of a hip hop star, even on songs with people 5x better than him, such as Forever, he still gets the most attention. And Wiz, he just makes a kind of music many people can enjoy, its very smooth and relaxed, which many people look for. Big Sean is not at all a rapper who does either of these things. He has the same flow every song, which can fit a pop style rap, but its best suited for the more soulful, or more simple stripped down beats, which neither tend to be very popular in the mainstream. I think a big mistake he made is that he made mainstream enough music for hip hop fans to label him as more of a drake type, yet he did himself enough for the more mainstream lil wayne fans to not think he was "their style". Ultimately, his album might not have hit expectations, but i think it will sell a good amount over time as word of it spreads. If he manages it well enough, he has the potential to have a long and fruitful career, and might even become the next "one" hes been striving to be. Also one more thing, he had many issues with some of his songs he wanted to put on the album, so i suspect that it could have been much better that it was if he DELAYED IT. That would also allow marvin gaye and do it to get more hype.

    • Anonymous

      why do they call him big sean? theres nothing big about him, not even his first week record sales

  • Anonymous

    its all about MIXTAPES. Drop lots, and LOTS of mixtapes and you will get the fanbase you need. This nigga Big Sean dropped his last mixtape 2 years ago, thats too far apart from his album release.

  • DetroitTwoPointO

    Its crazy that people talk about record sales being down, when the truth is these artists (like Sean) are putting their music out way to soon. Their not giving themselves enough time to get the buzz they need to sale. In this new era you have to grind it out! Do lots of shows, get some high profile features, and drop lots of mixtapes to sale lots of records. Wayne showed them the way in this digital era they just have to follow it. They have to face the facts that they don't have the history that the Jay-z's and Kanye's of the world possess. Worth ethic is rewarded now. His debut isn't bad considering its in the same class as Lupe,B.O.B, and Cudi(other guys who dropped too soon.) But he has to build on that and put out lots of material for people to like. I would say Wiz but Wiz wasn't a "new" artist. He had dropped and album before Rolling Papers and had lots of mixtapes out as well. That is the reason he sold 200k. He had like over 5 years of crazy grinding under his belt.More people knew who he was than we like to admit. He was number one on the Pop charts, not Hip-Hop. He was never suppose to be on the freshmen cover.(previously released album) My philosophy will be tested when J Cole drops. If he sales then I am wrong and these new guys have hope, but if he doesn't then I will have proved right. You have to put lots of work in to make REAL money these days.

    • khordkutta

      "Wayne showed them the way in this digital era they just have to follow it." Cant totally agree with you, Wayne had is built in CM fanbase, from one of the biggest hits EVA in HIPHOP history, "Back that than..."

    • TellinItStraight

      Hip Hop artist only really need two things to hit big numbers 1- pop like songs (especially single) or album: inless your name is Kanye West, Lil Wayne, Jay-Z, or Eminem-who end up still going pop to sell more..that is why Wiz Khalifa's, Lupe Fiasco's and B.o.B's albums did well for modern day times, and is the same reason why Big Sean took this same approach. 2- support from record label(s) Artist usually follow in their mentor's footsteps. This is why Drake & Nicki Minaj are superstars. Being with T.I., ultimately helped out B.o.B's record sales. Kanye West's support helped artist like KiD Cudi, and as you can see, Big Sean, to reach success Unfortunately, Jay-Z is a shitty as manager who is only in it for himself, J.Cole will need to go pop in order to sell ( once again, unfortunately) from released tracks i heard, he is already drifting away from his style

  • To all the surprised people about Big Sean

    Maybe Big Sean didn't sell as much as you may have believed he would because he's not as good as advertised and many people can see that. Just saying.

    • Anonymous

      I agree I think hes cool but not talented enough to live up to what people think he's going to be

  • timbo slice

    section 80 is fire



  • Jerz Inevitable Success Davis


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  • M.u. Tha Don

    Record sales make the artist money bottomline. I WANNA SELL 300K ! HARPERSIDE VOLUME 6 - COMING SOON!!!!

  • DealBreaker

    Curren$y deserves his "black and yellow"!!!

    • Anonymous

      dont say that, black and yellow was the beginning of the end for wiz, hes washed up at 23, got kanyes hoes name tatted on his hand and wants to get married her

  • DealBreaker

    TO PUT AN END TO THIS DEBATE: The number of record sales does matter to all, rather your a purist,hipster or even a noob.Sale numbers are very important, but not because it gauges the quality of music in question but rather it determines the longevity of your favorite rappers career.Even in this internet age if your favorite artist does not sell they will fade away into oblivion by the label.that is why Jay Z is still making albums and Redman is not.(reggie dont count).Think about that.Curren$y and ghostface will not continue to make these hits for just downloads and 23k.Think about it...



    • poster

      ding ding ding

  • aarontodavis

    kinda surprised by Big Sean's sales but I guess in dis internet/music leaking age of technology we live, things like dis r gonna happen. his albulm should've atleast did 100k but it shows jus how hard it is to sell records compared to "back in da day"..Singles can go platinum, double-platinum but albulms is alot harder..I hope dissappointing sales will motivate Artists to create and produce their quality of work and keep their music on the dl

    • TellinItStraight

      doubtful. even tyga recited " lyrical i can get, but what's the sense when it's for cents, double dollars what they hit" even though i doubt he can get lyrical, its still a true statement. they do bad numbers, put out garbage, vicious cycle continues

  • Anonymous

    Proven for another time that internet buzz means nothing.

  • IDK

    why is everyone still talking about album sales being lower than every other year in the past??? just to let yall know, the internet really changed the music industry. now, more ppl are buying individual songs, mostly singles, than buying a whole album because of the internet. also, dont forget, albums get leaked or became downloadable for free. this shit has been going on since the Napster years in 1999, probably even a few years before that. but a lot of yall are acting like it's happening this year or something. here's another thing: yea, some of the best artists in the hip-hop industry are way better than, let's say, Lil Wayne or T.I., but their album sales arent as good as the two i mentioned because it's either that they remained away from the mainstream, or that they're not as relevant as they were in the 90s or early 00s or whenever their prime was. more ppl are dumbing down to mainstream b.s. because u hear all of that in the radio, while the best artists hardly ever get radio play. i thought all of yall already know all of this, but a lot of yall are still complaining the same shit every week when a new "Hip Hop Album Sales" article gets released. so please, take full acknowledge on what i said and please stop making such a fuss about how low album sales are. and guess what? in the future, yall should expect album sales to be much worse. the Beatles, Elvis Presley, and Michael Jackson "multi-million album sales era" is all over a long time ago.

  • Anonymous

    50 is the greatest of all time and will sell 1 million in the first week.

  • freshyboy

    where are the lil b numbers i bet lil b sold close to big sean numbers and he gave his album away for free

  • Anonymous

    where will sales n rap b in 5 years??? scaryyy

  • Anonymous

    Everybody sound the same, commercialize the game / Reminiscin' when it wasn't all business / They forgot where it started / So we all gather here for the dearly departed.- Nas this is an old article, but it's still relevant. http://www.usatoday.com/life/music/news/2007-06-14-rap-decline_N.htm 2004 album sales- 680.7 mill 2004 digital sales- 5.5 mill 2010 album sales-326.2 mill 2010 digital sales- 86.3 mill DAMN INTERNET/ECONOMY!!!

  • DetroitGuy

    87,000 is pretty solid considering how other artist's first album sales have went. Kudi Cudi: 104K -Man on the Moon Lupe Fiasco: 81K- Food and Liquor (Classic) B.O.B.: 84K- The Adventures of Bobby Ray (had three number 1 on singles on the album) T.I.: 109K- Trap Musik (Second Album, Classic) So ppl need to chill with the hate, this boy right on pace with other cats who major in the game right now. He might even reach that next level, with more leverage over his career now that he has put up solid numbers.

    • Anonymous

      Clearly you're are the one who is stupid. The point being made is that they are all HIP HOP artists who had similar success on projects. Obviously you are the dick sucker cause you are the one who expected him to sell more. I know dude personally and I knew he wouldn't sell more. He actually did well considering the treatment he has received from the label over the years. By the way, Wiz has put out an album on a major already and has had significantly more touring, artist leverage, time to build his brand, ect. So that argument doesn't hold. It was significantly more hype about the Wiz project which was definitely not worth the excitement. And actually the T.I. comparison is a good one considering he dropped that album in a much stronger economy and time in the rap game, and only did 100k. Did that stop him? He went on to do bigger things. The point I was making is that once you do a solid number, you can have a better chance of selling more in the future. Comparisons have always been made in hip hop, that's part of the culture. MCs are supposed to be compared, but then again you probably some suburban kid who doesn't really no anything about the rap game for real, JUST SOME FAN. Sean is not MY artist. That comment proves you are a fan. The reality is dude has did good for himself when many people thought he wouldn't, which is already a win either way.

    • Anonymous

      I hate it when stupid dickrider fans try to justify their artist's success/failure by comparing them to irrelevant numbers of the past. wiz sold 200k.... enough dumb shit.. why are you talking about ti's sales? wtf? different economy... different artist.... the way sean was being hyped I expected him to sell way more. not saying his sales are bad... but stop the irrelevant comparing bullshit.

  • Dini

    Dang, Sean only sold 30,000 more than Tyler the devil worshipper? Pretty crazy..

  • Da Real Prophet

    Real Hip Hop don't sell anymore in these days. Pop fags and greedy record labels owned by sheisty individuals killed it. Real hip hop step your game up!

  • Gregor Scott

    please stop saying the "rap game" is falling apart. Stop blaming artists. Stop calling albums terrible before listening to them! Sales figures mean very little. These artists all make much more from touring and merchandise than album sales. Sure, the charts are a good way to poll what is popular, but declining sales has more to do with a shift in the culture than failings of either the artist or their label.

  • DarqChoc

    imo 80k is not a flop. i mean this is his debut album. doing the math if every album cost $5 he's already brought in over $400k in revenue and considering a lot of ppl probably paid more than 5 for it and its just his 1st week imo its good debut numbers. and its clear he's going to reach 100k now. the old days are gone, in this digital age numbers for the majority of artists will not be high. thats just how it is nowadays. all this and i dont even like his music.

    • Anonymous

      now im a fan of big sean but think he backed by kanye, got a single wit chris brown, bet awards all dat gud shit i think 87k inst 2 good i dont think kanye happy ethier

    • Anonymous

      dont forget about all the money they had to pay blogs and radio stations to play his wack shit

  • Anonymous

    Record Sales are Sh!tty these days.

    • B

      Between the internet and the garbage music being forced down our throats everyday no wonder nothing sells. The market is saturated with mostly no talent rappers. The bar was lowered to the point were anybody with a good beat can be an artist. The new fans are limited to a small amount of artist they hear on the radio. They don't have a clue who came before them so they believe these artist are great but in reality most are mediocre at best. The music content is limited and the music has no growth or purpose. Just the same sh-t and subjects over and over. No wonder the sales are dismal. Hip hop lost the ability to speak to peoples soul, issues, and life circumstances. Just a bunch of buffoons talking about dances and how much more money they have than you. Everybody is a hustler. "To many nigga's hustling, not enough nigga's rappin" (Ice Cube)

  • daddy

    ppl famous these days are only selling 50k worth of records. last time i checked your average chump makes that a decent job. The rap game is in the toilet

    • Anonymous

      you are delusional if you think the artist is gettin all the profits from album sales add onto that recording fees, production fees, advertising and marketing, payola, advance money paybacks

    • Anonymous

      daddy just got son'd whomp whomp whomp!!! lol

    • ayo

      50k records sold $500000 coming in, which is not what the average person makes. and that's usually only an artist's first week sales. add onto that income from touring, and they're doing alright. i doubt you're touching that.

  • Anonymous

    fake ass fans. dickriding you on the internet then dont buy your album. how these rapper got half a million twitter followers and only 80 000 buy your cd's. Fucking pieces of shit.

  • Anonymous

    Eminem flop...hahaha fuck Eminem go back to selling out and pop songs played has been

    • 420westocoast

      look at these no name faggots. fuck yourselves.

    • Anonymous

      It's not a flop lol... 1. It wasnt promoted 2. It's an EP 3. He's only on half of it And he's not a pop sellout... meaningful, lyrical, and creative lyrics are in his music. He's just on a major label that pushes for bigger sales...

    • Anonymous

      lol he sell more records in a bad week then your fav rapper will sell in a lifetime

  • Christopher English

    Question to people on this board because I see the same kind of comments on here all the time. Do you decide if an album sucks by what it sells or do you decide that by actually listening to it? I ask because I like a lot of shit others don't like and what someone else eats doesn't make me shit. But that's me... I'm curious to know..

    • Frank

      I feel you man. I define albums by the quality of the music, not how much it sells. Most people take sales too seriously. As far as Big Sean goes, he should have sold more though. Dude had a lot of buzz.

    • Anonymous

      the less copies an album sells the better it is the more copies an album sells the shittier and poppier it is

  • Anonymous

    Note to Duck Down: your distribution with Best Buy is starting to suck!!! I had to fight retards in Tampa just to find Smif N Wessun, which was misfiled, no new release display etc... ... and THAT on top of the fact in all Tampa-St Pete, only three goddamn stores were carrying it. I despise Best Buy but wanted to support the album just in case it 'helps' some other kid find it.

  • J.T.

    Yeahhh this is a long running problem in hip hop. You got all these people supposedly supporting Big Sean and he only sells 87,000 in the first week ? I personally didnt buy it cause i didnt like it. But i see all these people on blogs and twitter claiming to love big sean and he doesnt even pass 100k


    boy what if drake an niki did sean numbers you fools would be happy im no fan of niki drake cool on certain songs 80k is not good maybe if he was indie

    • Anonymous

      80 k is pretty bad for how much promo they have been giving this guy fucking pop up dr pepper ads with this homo everytime i come on this fucking website

  • The Real Iz Back

    Big Sean is overrated to me. *Shrugs*

  • Killmatic

    Section.80....only 5.300...c'mon people the album is easily top 5 of the year.

    • Anonymous

      don't forget! Kendrick sold 5300 but thats for 4 days, not a full week!

    • O

      Not bad for a dude who is talking about building Pyramids off the slave ship. The Kendrick album is only gonna make sense to probably like 5% of the populace bro ... People are zombies.

  • Anonymous

    since when was no i.d. common's mentor?

    • DetroitGuy

      They grew up together in Chicago dude. No ID (Dion) was influential in Common's (Rashid) rapper career. I know cause my counsin grew up with them and throws events in Chicago.

    • B

      They all from shy town. He mentored Kanye and Common. Common been out from back in the day's of N.W.A and Ice Cube and is a dam good rapper with great songs of substance. NO ID and COMMON, AND TWISTA are pioneers of Chicago and Hip Hop. They be around since authentic hip hop was being played.

    • O

      Since "One Day it Will All Make Sense" was "Accept Your Own and Be Yourself and One Day It Will All Make Sense". Before they split the albums in two.

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