The actual leader this week for new Hip-Hop albums on the charts is G-Eazy. And while I almost share nicknames with the Bay Area rappers, I have yet to really sit down and listen to his new album. I’m gonna make time because I refuse to think that this kid is constantly selling records just because he’s white. We’ll see. When It’s Dark Out lands at #5 and sells 131,000 copies.
H20 was luck enough to catch Kid Cudi‘s tour before it was cancelled and we were lucky that he wrote about it. I remember the article mentioning that fans wasn’t all that into his newer alternative material. That shows here as he new album, Speedin’ Bullet 2 Heaven, grabs the #36 spot and sells around 19,000 copies. I thought Cudder’s fanbase was bigger than this.
J. Cole and his Dreamville crew dropped the compilation Revenge of the Dreamers II last week and it landed at #29 and sold around 21,000 units.
Curren$y‘s Canal St. Confidential grabbed the #30 spot and sold 20,000 copies.