Posted by , Feb 29, 2016 at 12:40am
"The Art of Hustle" gives Yo Gotti his highest chart debut yet.

This week's Billboard chart is, once again, owned by Adele, taking the No. 1 spot for a staggering tenth time. Her latest, 25, is now the fifth album since 2000 to accumulate double-digit weeks at No. 1.

A few spots down, Yo Gotti's new album, The Art of Hustle, made its debut at No. 4, behind Rihanna's Anti and Justin Bieber's Purpose. According to Billboard, Gotti moved 61,000 units, or 45,000 in pure album sales. Those numbers mark Gotti's highest debut ever, besting 2013's I Am, which sold under 50,000 in its first week. 

Elsewhere in the top 10, The Weeknd's Beauty Behind the Madness held steady at No. 6, and Kevin GatesIslah and Bryson Tiller's TRAPSOUL took the final two spots, coming in at No. 9 and 10, respectively. The latter two placements are impressive, especially in the case of Tiller, whose album dropped at the beginning of October.  

First-Week Sales For Yo Gotti's "The Art Of Hustle"

"The Art of Hustle" gives Yo Gotti his highest chart debut yet.


This week's Billboard chart is, once again, owned by Adele, taking the No. 1 spot for a staggering tenth time. Her latest, 25, is now the fifth album since 2000 to accumulate double-digit weeks at No. 1.

A few spots down, Yo Gotti's new album, The Art of Hustle, made its debut at No. 4, behind Rihanna's Anti and Justin Bieber's Purpose. According to Billboard, Gotti moved 61,000 units, or 45,000 in pure album sales. Those numbers mark Gotti's highest debut ever, besting 2013's I Am, which sold under 50,000 in its first week. 

Elsewhere in the top 10, The Weeknd's Beauty Behind the Madness held steady at No. 6, and Kevin GatesIslah and Bryson Tiller's TRAPSOUL took the final two spots, coming in at No. 9 and 10, respectively. The latter two placements are impressive, especially in the case of Tiller, whose album dropped at the beginning of October.  

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