With YG’s roll-out for Stay Dangerous getting overshadowed by the Madden NFL 19 controversy and a mini back-and-forth with 6ix9ine, he can finally celebrate this weekend.
The 4 Hunnid representative of West Bompton scored a no. 5 spot on the Billboard 200, as his Stay Dangerous album generated 56,000 equivalent album units in week one.
Of that number, 11,000 were in traditional album sales through digital market places and retailers. YG previously made it to the top 10 with 2016’s Still Brazy (no. 6) and My Krazy Life (no. 2).
Considering he’s already making plans to drop a second project before the year ends, expect more visuals and a possible tour to be announced in the coming days.
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