Slow and steady wins the race, or so they say. In an era of immediate consumption and instant gratification, we want something the second it becomes available, if not before.
Last week, the two biggest albums to be released in the hip-hop/R&B sphere came from NYC-based '90s heavyweights. First off, Mary J.
After hitting up the Breakfast Club to share his own perspective on his sub-par first week sales for his debut, Major Without A Deal, the New York rapper intent on bringing 2000s rap back visited HOT 97's Ebro In The Morning.
Troy Ave's debut album, Major Without A Deal, did some pretty lacklustre numbers opening week. Troy is a pretty confident individual, and given that cockiness, the internet quickly tore him apart after his first week sales became public.
The first week sales projections are in for Kid Ink’s major label debut My Own Lane, which was released this past Tuesday via RCA Records.
With DJ Khaled’s seventh studio album, Suffering From Success, hitting store shelves on Tuesday, HDD comes through with their usual first week sales projections. Unfortunately for Khaled, his success doesn't look to be the only thing suffering.
French Montana recently released his long-awaited debut album, Excuse My French, on Tuesday, and today comes the early first week sale projections for it.
Numbers don't lie right? Well, Kid Cudi may say the same as early first week sale projections are in for his new album INDICUD.
Welp. Angel Haze took her music career into her own hands this past December when she decided to leak her own album, Dirty Gold, after her label apparently refused to release it on the date she wanted.
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