Here’s How Much 21 Savage, Offset and Metro Boomin’s ‘Without Warning’ Sold First Week
According to the folks at Billboard, Without Warning debuted at No. 4 on their Top 200 albums chart and moved 53,000 equivalent album units in just three days. 11,000 of the sales came from traditional album units. This gives 21 his second top five debut in the last few months, with his debut album Issa Album landing at No. 2 this past July. It marks Offset's first debut as a solo artist. The same goes for Young Metro.
Also landing in the top 10 are Chris Brown, Yo Gotti and Big K.R.I.T. Breezy's Heartbreak on a Full Moon, which also came out on Halloween, moved 68,000 equivalent album units (25,000 traditional album sales), giving him the No. 3 spot and securing his ninth consecutive top 10 debut. Yo Gotti's I Still Am album moved 38,000 equivalent album units on its way to the Top 200 chart's No. 6 spot. 19,000 of those units came from traditional album sales, making it his third top 10 debut.
K.R.I.T. meanwhile ended up in the No. 7 spot, as his 4eva Is a Mighty Long Time moved 33,000 equivalent album units in its first week of release. 21,000 of those came from traditional album sales. His previous two albums charted in the top 10 as well.
In what's been an interesting mini-storyline, Post Malone's Stoney continues to surge roughly a year after it was released. This week, the project moved 41,000 equivalent album units. That was enough for it to slip to No. 5 after being at No. 4 last week. Still, though, it's pretty crazy his album's selling like this so long after it was released.
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