Drake Debuts At #1 On The Billboard Charts, Selling Over 658,179 Albums In 1st Week Sales

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Drake Debuts At #1 On The Billboard Charts, Selling Over 658,179 Albums In 1st Week Sales

– Written by Tommy Gunz (@DJTommyGunzNJ)

So a week has passed since Drake dropped his latest album, and sales-wise it’s safe to that, well, “Nothing Was The Same”. Or something like that.. lol.. Drizzy Drake’s third LP “Nothing Was The Same” took the #1 spot on the Billboard Charts this week, dominating the competition with over 658,179 copies sold in first week sales, just slightly more than his last album “Take Care” did in its first week.

“Nothing Was The Same” currently has the second highest sales debut of the year, beating out Jay-Z’s “Magna Carta Holy Grail” and only trailing behind Justin Timberlake’s “20/20 Experience”, which moved almost a million copies in its first week. Not a bad look for Drake at all!

So on behalf of the entire GoodFellaz TV staff, congratulations to Drake and the OVO and Cash Money team! What do you guys think about his new album, are you feeling it?

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Listen to the GoodFellaz TV “New Heat of the Week” from Drake “Wu-Tang Forever”. This is the newest joint from Drake’s highly anticipated third album “Nothing Was The Same”, which is IN STORES NOW on Cash Money/ Universal Records.

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Drake Responds To Kendrick Lamar In Billboard Magazine, New Album “Nothing Was The Same” Due In Stores Sept. 24th

– Written by Tommy Gunz (@DJTommyGunzNJ)

By now it seems like everybody-and-their-momma has responded to Kendrick Lamar’s verse on Big Sean’s “Control” record, including the likes of Joell Ortiz, Papoose, A$AP Rocky, Joey Bada$$, and even former Los Angeles Lakers coach Phil Jackson. However one of the most prominent artist’s ‘called-out’ on the verse, Drake, has been noticeably silent about the whole controversy; until now.

Drizzy Drake recently broke his silence on the topic during a recent interview with Billboard Magazine, where had this to say when asked about the now-infamous Kendrick verse:

“I didn’t really have anything to say about it. It just sounded like an ambitious thought to me. That’s all it was. I know good and well that Kendrick’s not murdering me, at all, in any platform. So when that day presents itself, I guess we can revisit the topic.”

Check out the cover of Billboard Magazine, featuring none other than Drake himself, as well as his album artwork for “Nothing Was The Same” below. To check out the rest of his Interview with Billboard Magazine, click this link —–> Drake Billboard Magazine Interview

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