Posted by , Sep 12, 2015 at 09:32am
Travi$ Scott has an admirable first week.

It was tough to gauge how much Travi$ Scott's "Rodeo" would pull in its first week. It seemed to have an immense amount of hype, but internet excitement doesn't always necessarily equal high sales numbers, especially for a debut album -- plus, he didn't have a big single.

However, Scott pulled through, moving a solid 74,941 copies of his LP, with streams beefing that number up to 90,940.

Even with the numbers, Scott was only able to slide in at number 3, behind Five Finger Death Punch, and impressively, The Weeknd, who has kept the top spot for a second consecutive week, selling 142,392 copies of BBTM with streams.

Of course, these are the initial Hits Daily Double numbers, and the official Billboard count may differ slightly. Look for those to arrive soon.

Here Are Travi$ Scott's First Week Sales For "Rodeo"

Travi$ Scott has an admirable first week.


It was tough to gauge how much Travi$ Scott's "Rodeo" would pull in its first week. It seemed to have an immense amount of hype, but internet excitement doesn't always necessarily equal high sales numbers, especially for a debut album -- plus, he didn't have a big single.

However, Scott pulled through, moving a solid 74,941 copies of his LP, with streams beefing that number up to 90,940.

Even with the numbers, Scott was only able to slide in at number 3, behind Five Finger Death Punch, and impressively, The Weeknd, who has kept the top spot for a second consecutive week, selling 142,392 copies of BBTM with streams.

Of course, these are the initial Hits Daily Double numbers, and the official Billboard count may differ slightly. Look for those to arrive soon.

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