Meek Mill's sophomore album sold an impressive amount in its first week.
Meek Mill's sophomore album, Dreams Worth More Than Money surprised everyone when it was projected to move upwards of 200,000 copies its first week, and it's now clear that the estimation was accurate, as the final count has arrived.
Hits Daily Double reports the final tally to be 216,173, putting Meek a good 50k up on his debut album, Dreams & Nightmares, and ahead of pretty much every rap album released this year that wasn't by Drake or Kendrick.
As you might expect, the large number will land Meek at the top of the charts this week, with Miguel hovering around the second spot with 39,342 in sales. Stay tuned for the streaming data to make its way in.
Update: The final numbers, which now include streams have arrived, and Meek Mill now totals at 246,000 copies sold, (215k in traditional sales). Unsurprisingly, he occupies the #1 spot on the charts. Meanwhile, Miguel comes in at number 2 with 48,000 sales in (41,000 traditionally sold).