French Montana Scores Top Ten Debut With ‘Excuse My French’

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Although hip-hop was largely absent from the top 50 spots of Billboard’s Top 200 chart, this week saw one of rap’s most anticipated new acts crack the top ten. Amidst perennial chart toppers like Kendrick Lamar, Lil Wayne and Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, French Montana’s studio debut Excuse My French premiered at No. 6 on the charts with nearly 50,000 units sold.

Check out the full charts below.

1. Daft Punk – Random Access Memories - 326,000
2. Darius Rucker – True Believers - 77,000
3. The National – Trouble Will Find Me – 72,000
4. 30 Seconds to Mars – Love Lust Faith + Dreams – 60,000
5. Various Artists – The Great Gatsby OST – 52,000
6. French Montana – Excuse My French – 50,000
7. Vampire Weekend – Modern Vampires Of The City – 49,400
8. Justin Timberlake – The 20/20 Experience – 43,000
9. George Strait – Love Is Everything - 42,000
10. Lady Antebellum – Golden – 34,000
11. Various Artists – Now That’s What I Call Music Vol. 46 - 33,000
12. Michael Buble – To Be Loved - 29,600
13. Imagine Dragons – Night Visions - 27,000
14. Demi Lovato – Demi – 26,600
15. P!nk – Truth About Love - 25,300
16. Blake Shelton – Based On a True Story - 25,000
17. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis – The Heist – 24,300
18. Florida Georgia Line – Here’s to the Good Time - 22,000
19. Kenny Chesney – Life On a Rock - 18,600
20. A Firm Handshake – Fix Me Up – 18,300
21. Pistol Annies – Annie Up – 16,600
22. The Band Perry – Pioneer – 14,000
23. Mumford and Sons – Babel – 13,900
24. Lil Wayne – I Am Not a Human Being II – 13,600
25. Fun. – Some Nights – 13,300
26. Various Artists – Music of Nashville, Season 1 Vol. 2 – 13,000
27. Tim McGraw – Two Lanes of Freedom - 12,600
28. Fall Out Boy – Save Rock and Roll - 12,500
29. Taylor Swift - Red - 12,400
30. Rod Stewart – Time -12,000
31. Lumineers - Lumineers - 11,200
32. Various Artists – Fast & Furious 6 OST – 11,000
33. Fantasia – Side Effects of You - 10,900
34. Bruno Mars – Unorthodox Jukebox – 10,800
35. Trace Adkins - Love Will - 10,700
36. Ed Sheeran - - 10,200
37. Maroon 5 - Overexposed – 10,180
38. Luke Bryan – Spring Break…Here to Party – 9,700
39. Rihanna – Unapologetic – 9,400
40. Adele - 21 – 9,300
41. Kendrick Lamar – good kid, m.A.A.d city – 8,800
42. Eric Church – Chief – 8,600
43. Of Monsters and Men – My Head is an Animal – 8,200
44. Lana Del Rey - Born To Die – 8,000
45. Amy Grant - How Mercy Looks From Here – 7,800
46. She & Him – Volume 3 – 7,700
47. Various Artists – Pitch Perfect OST – 7,400
48. Luke Bryan – Spring Break…Here to Party – 7,400
49. Little Big Town - Tornado – 7,300
50. Jason Aldean – Night Train – 7,100

  • Man…

    …Are you guys actually making it seem like it’s a great feat for him to come in at 6th place? Give it up XXL. We know you want to keep pushing him on us because of your terrible choice of including him in the freshman class last year. Nobody is buying that this dude is good.

    • Cocaine Howie

      Forreal. The album was ass XXL, and 25k out of 50k will probably return it or just listen to it once and shelf it.