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J.Cole’s ‘Kod’ Debuts At No. 1 On Billboard 200

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In addition to being his fifth chart-topper, KOD earns the biggest week of 2018 overall and largest week for a hip-hop album since Kendrick Lamar’s DAMN. It’s also the largest streaming week this year (215,000 streaming equivalent album units).

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After shattering Apple Music and Spotify records, the album had the third-largest streaming week ever with 322.7 million on-demand audio streams for its tracks, trailing Lamar’s DAMN. and Drake’s More Life. Moreover, KOD had the second-largest sales week of 2018 with 174,000 in traditional album sales. Only Justin Timberlake’s Man of the Woods sold more (242,000).

Cole’s previous four albums all hit No. 1, including 4 Your Eyez Only (2016), 2014 Forest Hills Drive (2014), Born Sinner (2013), and Cole World: The Sideline Story (2011). Only Born Sinner didn’t debut at No. 1, opening at No. 2 before going to No. 1 in its third week.

Next up, the Fayetteville rapper plans to release a deluxe edition of KOD.

Elsewhere, Cardi B’s former No. 1, Invasion of Privacy, slides to No. 2 with 91,000 units. XXXTentacion’s ? moves up 5-6, Migos’ Culture II jumps 8-7, The Weeknd’s My Dear Melancholy, falls 6-8, and Black Panther: The Album holds strong at No. 9.

BILLBOARD 200 TOP 10

1. J. Cole – KOD – 397,000
2. Cardi B – Invasion of Privacy – 91,000
3. A Perfect Circle – Eat the Elephant – 68,000
4. Various – The Greatest Showman – 68,000
5. Jason Aldean – Rearview Town – 38,000
6. XXXTentacion – ? – 35,000
7. Migos – Culture II – 33,000
8. The Weeknd – My Dear Melancholy, – 33,000
9. Various – Black Panther: The Album – 32,000
10. Lord Huron – Vide Noir – 31,000

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