21 Savage Has the No. 1 Album for the Second Week in a Row

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For the second week in a row, 21 Savage's sophomore album I Am > I Was tops the Billboard 200. The venture moved an extra 65,000 equal album models this week, stories Billboard.

Last week, the venture earned 21 the highest spot with a powerful debut of 131,000 equal album models. That tally consisted of 18,000 price of conventional album gross sales. As per traditional, the these gross sales had been pushed by streams.

I Am > I Was consists of options from J. Cole (although not on the CD model), Yung Miami of City Girls, Post Malone, Childish Gambino, Offset, Project Pat, ScHoolboy Q, Young Nudy, Gunna and Lil Baby. Producers enlisted embrace Metro Boomin, Southside, FKi 1st, Wheezy and extra.

This is nice information following the slight controversy 21 discovered himself in just a few weeks again. If you recall, the rapper was criticized for perpetuating Jewish stereotypes along with his lyric about "Jewish cash." The music that features the lyric is on his I Am > I Was album reduce "ASMR," after folks took offense following LeBron James' posting of the lyrics. 21 ultimately apologized for a reference

It's a great week for hip-hop on the Billboard 200, as simply behind 21 is A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie whose Hoodie SZN album holds down the No. 2 spot for the second consecutive week. Elsewhere on the chart is Meek Mill's Championships at No. three (up from No. 6 final week), Post Malone’s Beerbongs & Bentleys at No. four (up from No. 11 final week), Drake’s Scorpion at No. 6 (up from No. 14 final week), Travis Scott’s Astroworld at No. 7 (up from No. 10 final week) and Kodak Black’s Dying to Live remaining regular at No. 9.