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Gucci Mane's "Everybody Looking" By The Numbers
Gucci Mane's return home from prison was greeted with plenty of excitement, and the Atlanta trapper is ensuring he lives up to the hype with his new album Everybody Looking-- hype which is also translating into sales, thankfully enough for the A
Drake's "VIEWS" Goes No. 1 For 11th Week, Most Since Taylor Swift's "1989"
VIEWS has achieved its 11th week at No. 1. Upon its release at the end of April, Drake's latest album held the top spot for nine consecutive weeks.
Twitter Reacts: Does Desiigner's "Timmy Turner" Live Up To The Hype?
"Timmy Turner" is finally here. Anyone who grew up in the early '00s should remember "The Fairly OddParents" (apparently it's still airing, thanks Wikipedia), and it's main character, a 10-year white kid named Timmy Turner, who although may appe
ScHoolboy Q's "Blank Face LP" Debuts At No. 2 Behind Drake's "VIEWS"
As was projected earlier this week, ScHoolboy Q's new album, Blank Face LP, has made its debut at No. 2 on the albums chart that includes sales plus streaming.
ScHoolboy Q's "Blank Face LP" By The Numbers
ScHoolboy Q's Blank Face LP is the kind of album that requires multiple listens, and close listens at that, the kind where you are really doing nothing else besides listening to the music-- that's actually a difficult feat in today's day and age of millennial
The Reign Of Drake's "VIEWS" Ends At 9 No. 1 Weeks In A Row
The historic reign of VIEWS has come to an end. After nine consecutive weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart, Drake's latest album has finally relinquished the top spot.
Drake's "VIEWS" Achieves Third Most Weeks At No. 1 Of All Hip-Hop Albums
Drake's latest album, VIEWS, hasn't been among the most well-received projects of the year by Internet critics, but sales-wise, it's murdering the competition.
By The Numbers: Kendrick Lamar's "Section.80" 5 Years Later
Kendrick Lamar earned himself a passionate following through his many mixtape releases, and later found huge critical acclaim through the release of his two densely conceptual major label releases, good kid, MAAD city, and To Pimp A Butterfly, but for many, it