The Numbers Game: Meek Mill is #1 + Miguel & Vince Staples

Meek

You gotta give it to Meek Mill. No matter how you feel about his new album, Dreams Worth More Than Money, his fans showed up and supported during it’s first week. You can even say this album raised his profile. It’s his first #1 album and he also sold more than his debut back in 2012, Dreams & Nightmares, which sold around 165,000. Plus he has Nicki Minaj; life is always good when you got that. Props to Meek.

Of course we reviewed Dreams Worth More Than Money. Click through to check that out.


#1 Meek Mill – Dreams Worth More Than Money (Last Week: N/A) – 246,280 (214,700); Total: N/A [Debut]
#2 Miguel – Wildheart (Last Week: N/A) – 48,300 (40,500); Total: N/A [Debut]
#16 Drake – If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late (Last Week: #12) – 20,800 (8,200); Total: 973,400 (Gold) [21 Weeks]
#24 Big Sean – Dark Sky Paradise (Last Week: #37) – 16,700 (5,100); Total: 297,000 [19 Weeks]
#25 Nicki Minaj – The Pinkprint (Last Week: #20) – 16,500 (3,200); Total: 641,100 (Gold) [29 Weeks]
#27 A$AP Rocky – At.Long.Last.A$AP (Last Week: #18) – 15,800 (8,000); Total: 197,700 [6 Weeks]
#33 Kendrick Lamar – To Pimp A Butterfly (Last Week: #45) – 14,800 (9,000); Total: 636,000 [16 Weeks]
#39 Vince Staples – Summertime ’06 (Last Week: N/A) – 13,800 (5,400); Total: N/A [Debut]


Hip-Hop + R&B album sales for the week of June 30th (Top 50 & New Releases)

Key: #This Week’s Rank On Chart# Artist – Album (Last Week’s Rank) – Streaming Sales + Physical Sales (Physical Sales); Total Sales To Date [Weeks On Chart]

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