DMX’s Undisputed Debuts in Billboard Top 20

During his lengthy career, DMX has enjoyed five Billboard No. 1 albums and one that peaked at No. 2. He didn’t quite enjoy that level of success with his latest album, Undisputed, but it did have a solid debut.

For his first album in six years, the Yonkers rapper moved 17,000 units, which was good enough to enter the charts at No. 19. Slightly above that release, 2 Chainz’s Based on a T.R.U. Story and Lecrae’s Gravity hit No. 13 and No. 14, respectively, with sales of 21,000 and 19,000 for the week. Other rap releases that remained in the top 100 were Rick Ross’ God Forgives, I Don’t (No. 28), Slaughterhouse’s welcome to: OUR HOUSE (No. 50), Nas’ Life Is Good (No. 62), DJ Khaled Kiss The Ring (No. 69).

Look out for G.O.O.D. Music’s Cruel Summer to enter at the top of the charts next week. —Adam Fleischer (@AdamXXL)

  • K

    fuck those fake asses at VH1…….no muthafucka can eva touch the realness of DMX HE’s GonNA coMe even HARDER…..n I sure wanna bet on that shit….ARrrGHhhhhhh
    RUFFRYDERS WHAT

  • rlw3333

    i wish he would slow down and take time to really work with his music he said he recorded the whole thing in one sitting i just feel like if he would do it naturally and just record a song when it comes to him when the emotion is raw and still fresh. like on mgks track d3mons they sat down and talked for a few hours before recording and that shit is crazy definatly one of my favorite songs. imagine if he did that for every song on a whole album. dmx is a legend but i just think his next project could be insane if he wanted it to be.