‘What a Time to Be Alive’ Debuts at #1 Album in the Country
We’ve all looped the WATTBA album endless times since it’s release last Sunday and the duo might have reached their album sale quota off of my streams alone.
Well ‘What a Time to Be Alive’ did just that, selling 339,538 copies in the first week with another 39,000 Apple Music streams brings the WATTBA album sales in its debut week to 378,630 copies. The duo sold a little less than their half a million sale projection but it leaves both artists with two #1 albums this year.
Although despite Drake's recent success, he still continues to keep a hand in his beef with Meek. As the crowd from his DC performance last week began to chant, "F*ck Meek Mill," Drake responded, "He's already dead."
Fetty Wap Involved in Serious Motorcycle Accident
Just a day after his debut album release, Fetty Wap took to the streets and was involved in a relatively serious motorcycle accident.
Fetty Wap’s team made a statement yesterday saying that the rapper is in stable condition but they haven’t offered any further details. Fetty Wap is the only artist ever to grab four top 10 singles on the Billboard charts. If you haven’t already, take a listen through his self-titled album, ‘Fetty Wap’.
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Beef Between Young Thug and the Game is Ressurected
After the Game made some choice comments on his recent interview with the Breakfast Club, Young Thug had some statements of his own:
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Future Covers XXL
Future isn't one to sit down on a regular basis with the media, in-fact even seeing him on camera without music playing in the background is a rare sight. Future sat down with XXL to speak with them about his musical rampage of 2015 and everything else that makes Future, Future. Read Future talk in whole about his relationship with Ciara and their son Future, as well as how he handles having Meek and Drake as a friend. See Future's full XXL Interview here.