I would tell you how I feel about Heartbreak On A Full Moon but who has that kind of time?
I didn’t include Offset, 21 Savage, & Metro Boomin‘s names in the post title because I didn’t want the post title to be long as hell. But for a surprise project, Without Warning grabbing the #4 spot and selling 53,000 copies is a big win. And it’s not a bad album either. I mean, it doesn’t do much that’s different but still.
Yo Gotti‘s album I Still Am did well enough to grab the #6 spot. It also sold around 38,000 units. If I’m being petty, it sold more than Young Dolph’s Thinking Out Louddid last week. Gotti only sold around 10,000 more so maybe it’s a win for Dolph. On the other hand, Gotti didn’t have to get shot.
I was hoping from the early numbers that Big K.R.I.T. would do well, and while 4eva Is A Mighty Long Time isn’t Krizzle’s biggest debut on the charts, it did land at #7 and sold 32,000 units. But let’s look closer at the numbers. Most of K.R.I.T.’s sold albums were psychical albums (21,000) which is almost as much as Chris Brown did this week (25,000) and more than the rappers in front of him (Gotti at #6 sold 19,000 and Post Malone sold #3000). More importantly, Big K.R.I.T. is independent.