Drake’s ‘More Life’ Expected to Spend Another Week at No. 1
Drake's More Life is seeing a huge amount of success, and has already broken records for streaming, as well as sales. The "playlist" album by the Toronto rapper spent this past week at no. 1 on the Billboard album charts, and now he is reportedly set to spend it for a second week in a row at the top spot.
According to HitsDailyDouble, the project sold 505,000 equivalent album units in its first week, and now it is slated to move another 240,000 – 250,000 sales plus streaming units for its second week. Reports say that those numbers are enough to keep Drizzy in the number one slot for a second week in a row, and could move 45,000 – 50,000 units in traditional album sales. It's a pretty heavy week for music, as Drake will have to compete with Metallica, Ed Sheeran, Trey Songz, and the Beauty and the Beast soundtrack for that top spot on the charts.
Other hip hop albums that are in the top 20 include Rick Ross’ Rather You Than Me (39 – 43K), Future’s FUTURE (36 – 40K), Migos’ Culture (34 – 38K), Post Malone’s Stoney (24 -27K), and Future’s HNDRXX (23 – 26K).