DABABY’S ‘BLAME IT ON BABY’ TAKES OVER TOP SPOT OF BILLBOARD 200


DaBaby is back on the Billboard 200. His new collection Blame It on Baby has hit No. 1, turning into his second, following a first week run of 124,000 identical collection units. The collection as discharged on April 17 on SouthCoast/Interscope records. The aggregate from the collection is a blend of 110,000 streams, 12,000 deals, and 3,000 in track equal units. The collection knocks The Weeknd out the top spot on the Billboard 200, where he held for four straight weeks. DaBaby's last collection, Kirk, likewise hit the top spot after its September 2019 discharge. The whole collection was in the US Top 50 on Spotify with "Rockstar" highlighting Roddy Ricch hitting the highest priority on the rundown. Paving the way to the discharge, DaBaby dropped a short film for the single "Discover My Way," which co-featured B. Simone who energetically kidded about dating the hotshot on the web. Accuse Baby highlights Ashanti, Megan Thee Stallion, Future, and more and was discharged in only seven days after it was officially declared. The collection was discharged close by Westside Gunn's Pray for Paris. The collection is the eighth consecutive week for a R&B/Hip-Hop title to hold down the top spot. Beside DaBaby and The Weeknd, Lil Baby's My Turn and Lil Uzi Vert's Eternal Atake additionally were at the top.




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