The Numbers Game: Travi$ Scott, Scarface, & K Camp

Travi$ Scott is out here making noise. Not only is he probably smashing Rihanna (Also, here’s them together in a Puma ad), he also has the #3 album in country with his latest project, Rodeo. I’m kinda perplexed that Travi$ Scott sold 85,000 copies of that album because I still don’t see the appeal of his music. But maybe he makes music for Team Young Nigga and I’m just too old to understand. That’s why we got Short-T, a card carrying member of Team Young Nigga, to review the album and explain if it’s good or not in 3,000+ words. Check that out here.

Scarface returned to the charts this week with his 12th album Deeply Rooted. It came in at #11 which is actually pretty good. It not his highest debut ever or anything, and it only sold around 23,000 units, but still not bad. I’m not gonna say too much more because we just put up a review for Deeply Rooted written by Skamatics. Don’t be an idiot and check that out too.


The Weekend‘s Beauty Behind the Madness is #1 for the second week in a row. It has sold around 400,000 units so expect that album to go Gold.

While Drake‘s If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late is Platinum and sits at the #18 spot, Meek Mill‘s Dreams Worth More Than Money is at #28. Yeah, it’s hasn’t gone Gold yet but this may be proof that rap beef doesn’t really kill careers.

K Camp dropped Only Way is Up last week and it landed at #20 and sold around 18,000 units. I would talked about it more but I don’t have any interest to listen to that album. No shots.

N.W.A.‘s Straight Outta Compton is still doing work and it sits at #21.

Still not doing charts again but this working right? Right?