Posted by , Jun 2, 2015 at 06:44pm
ASAP Rocky and Boosie Badazz pull in some impressive first week numbers.

ASAP Rocky's first album arrived after "Fuckin' Problems," still the rapper's biggest single to date, so when A.L.L.A. was designed as a vessel devoid of hits, big numbers were not necessarily expected.

Nevertheless, Rocky's Dangerdoom and Yams-helmed sophomore effort has moved a considerable number of copies, selling 116,131 units in traditional sales and 143,483 with streams. We should see him make a number one debut on this week's Billboard 200.

Boosie Badazz is not on the same level of national recognition as Rocky, but he still made a valiant effort with his comeback album, Touch Down 2 Cause Hell, moving 53,474 copies (56,329 with streams). He should be just trailing Rocky at number 2 this week.

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ASAP Rocky's "A.L.L.A." & Boosie's "Touch Down 2 Cause Hell" First Week Sales

ASAP Rocky and Boosie Badazz pull in some impressive first week numbers.


ASAP Rocky's first album arrived after "Fuckin' Problems," still the rapper's biggest single to date, so when A.L.L.A. was designed as a vessel devoid of hits, big numbers were not necessarily expected.

Nevertheless, Rocky's Dangerdoom and Yams-helmed sophomore effort has moved a considerable number of copies, selling 116,131 units in traditional sales and 143,483 with streams. We should see him make a number one debut on this week's Billboard 200.

Boosie Badazz is not on the same level of national recognition as Rocky, but he still made a valiant effort with his comeback album, Touch Down 2 Cause Hell, moving 53,474 copies (56,329 with streams). He should be just trailing Rocky at number 2 this week.

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