For 13 non-sequential weeks, Disney’s Frozen soundtrack has been at No. 1. This week, Now That”s What I Call Music! 50 debuts with 153,000 copies that knocks out Frozen and puts the compilation at the top.
In the world of hip-hop, Tech N9ne’s Strangeulation (which was billed as Tech N9ne Collabos), lands at No. 5 on the Billboard 200 with 36,000 copies sold. Adding to his solo releases, Strangeulation is his third top 10 effort that comes off 2013’s Something Else, which debuted at No. 4.
At No. 6 is Pharrell Williams’ G I R L that dips to the lower rungs of the charts with 26, 196 units while Atmopshere’s latest offering, Southsiders, selling over 21,000 copies that pushes them to No. 9. Iggy Azalea’s The New Classic drops to No. 14 with 15,412 copies sold.
Here is your breakdown of album sales in hip-hop.
1. Various Artists, Now 50, 152,996
2. Disney, Frozen, 97,446
5. Tech N9ne Collabos, Strangeulation, 33,713
6. Pharrell, G I R L, 26,196
9. Atmosphere, Southsiders, 21,399
14. Iggy Azalea, The New Classic, 15,412
25. Future, Honest, 10,689
26. Beyonce, Beyonce, 9,598
31. August Alsina, Testimony, 8,390
Previously: Tech N9ne Puts His Strange Music Roster In The Spotlight On ‘Strangeulation’
Atmosphere Adds Another Revealing Effort To Their Catalog With ‘Southsiders’
Iggy Azalea Falls Short Of High Expectations On ‘The New Classic’