‘Southpaw’ Opens Soft; Future’s ‘Dirty Sprite 2’ Dips In 2nd Week
Eminem’s attachment wasn’t enough to give the Southpaw soundtrack a big opening.
According to Hits Daily Double, Southpaw moved 33,394 units in its first week. That’s third on the album charts, trailing the debut of Jill Scott’s Women and Lamb of God’s VII: Strum Und Drang.
Future’s DS2 was the best selling holdover, doing 31,649 and snagging fourth on the album charts. That’s a pretty big dip from last week, when it moved 147,000 total.
Hopsin’s fourth studio album Pound Syndrome had a pretty blah opening seven days, doing just 14,680. Perhaps that’s why he’s been so salty lately.
Dej Loaf EP #AndSeeThatsTheThing was able to get 8,311 people to buy it.
Did you buy or hear any good albums this week?