Following the Grammys there was a surge that gave hip hop artists a boost in sales. For example, Kendrick Lamar's To Pimp A Butterfly jumped up from #60 to #16 after crushing it at the award show.
If you are disappointed that Kendrick Lamar did not win Album of the Year, Song of the Year, or Best Music Video, take solace in the fact that To Pimp a Butterfly album sales are up a whopping 411% since the Grammys.
This may not come as news to those on the Left Coast, in states like Colorado, California, and Oregon, but the rest of you, whose gas consumption is still seen as criminal behavior, might be surprised to discover that the legal weed industry raked in $5 billio
This week, the charts belonged to the late David Bowie. Days after releasing what would prove to be his swan song (an a very much intentional one), Blackstar, the legendary artist lost his battle to cancer.
Rick Ross recently sat down for an interview with Rolling Stone, where he touched on his reignited beef with 50 Cent, as well as his recent album Black Market (which he largely recorded while on house arrest last year), DJ Khaled's lost-at-sea excursion and mo
The final first-week sales numbers are in for albums released on Friday, November 13th. According to Hits Daily Double, Justin Bieber's Purpose reigned supreme, with a whopping 649,000 units moved in terms of STS (sales-plus-streaming).
The biggest battle on this charts is between pop sensations Justin Bieber and One Direction, but it's far from the only one.As it stands, Bieber is looking to take the number one spot with Purpose, with 425-450k in traditional sales, and 475-500k with str
Last week was all about The Game, and one would have assumed this week would be a similar story, but despite neck-and-neck projections, Machine Gun Kelly's General Admission pulled ahead of the Documentary 2.5, giving MGK the number one rap album this cycle.