Future’s self-titled album, released by Epic on Feb. 17, went straight to No. 1 with 109 million streams and 60,000 sales in its first week, according to data from Nielsen. In the new “multi-metric consumption” formula used by Nielsen and Billboard to reconcile the various ways that listeners now access music, ‘Future’ had the equivalent of 140,000 full album sales. It is Future’s fourth time at No. 1, after “DS2,” “Evol” and “What a Time to Be Alive,” a collaboration with Drake.
His second new album this year, ‘HNDRXX,’ was released in February. The album was supported by lead single “Selfish.” ‘Hndrxx’ received positive critical reviews and charted at number one, making Future the first artist to release two Billboard 200 chart-topping albums in consecutive weeks. The record features guest appearances from Rihanna and The Weeknd.
Between late 2014 and early 2015, he released a trio of mixtapes to critical praise: ‘Monster’ (2014), ‘Beast Mode’ (2015), and ’56 Nights’ (2015).The latter two made him the first artist to debut two albums in consecutive weeks at the top of that chart.
Future has also released several singles certified gold or higher by the RIAA, including “Turn On the Lights,” “Move That Dope,” “Fuck Up Some Commas,” “Where Ya At,” “Jumpman,” “Low Life” & “Mask Off”.
300 Entertainment along with Quality Control Music are proud to announce that Migos’ “Bad And Boujee” recently topped the overall iTunes Apple Music Chart as well as the Spotify Top 50 Playlist. Having just broken the top 10 for the first time on Billboard’s Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Chart, and with astronomical streaming numbers with nearly 80 million Youtube plays alone, the hip-hop trio’s infectious track has become a worldwide phenomenon and has become the viral the soundtrack to popular memes and tweets.
Billboard Magazine reports that “the track treks up the list thanks to sizeable increases in airplay, sales, and streams. The bulk of the points aiding in its rank come from 17.5 million weekly U.S. streams earned in the week ending Dec. 22, according to Nielsen Music, a 42 percent increase. It leaps 20-5 on the all-genre Streaming Songs chart, taking the Greatest Gainer award. It’s the single biggest streaming week for any song from either act.” The track also saw a 280% increase from last week with 116,527 downloads.
“We knew we had something when our YouTube channel exploded” says Migos on their recent successes. “It signaled to radio and the streaming services that Migos is back with a heater.”
XXL Magazine notes that “‘Bad And Boujee’ itself has numerous factors working in its favor. In addition to a growing radio presence of its own, “Bad And Boujee” is involved in an Internet meme that makes use of the song’s “Raindrop Drop Top” lyric.
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