Pop Smoke’s Posthumous Album Returns To No. 1 On The Billboard 200

Pop Smoke’s Posthumous Album Returns To No. 1 On The Billboard 200. Pop Smoke’s debut album ‘Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon’ has resurfaced as the number 1 album in the country. The “Dior” rapper is now the first rapper this century to posthumously return to the number one on the Billboard Hot 200 album chart. The late rapper i now making history and now his number has found its way topping charts months after it’s release.

‘Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon’ makes it big comeback three months after the album’s first No. 1 placement in its debut week with 67,000 equivalent album units in sales. The album had been Jumping between fourth, third and second-ranked spots, and it never dipped below No. 4 since its release for exactly 15 weeks in total. The album has now just earned the number 1 spot, as announced today by Chart Data.

Pop Smoke’s album bumped 21 Savage and Metro Boomin’s ‘Savage Mode II‘ to No. 2 with a difference of just 1,000 units, ‘Savage Mode 2’ only remained in the number one spot just for recently released. Another album which is trailing behind is another posthumous album titled ‘Legends Never Die’ by Juice WRLD which went form number 8 to number 3.

The late New York rapper is surely gaining major successes after he had died early this year. His album which was released in July 2020 has left solid mark on the hip hop game. ‘Shoot For The Stars; Aim For The Moon’ has done exceptionally well in terms of commercial performance and it has charted all over the world, the album is still set to bag a number of achievements as it has made a big comeback and return to the Billboard album charts,.

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