The Harlem Rapper proved to be leak proof, after scoring the #1 spot this week according to Billboard, moving 139k of his debut album Long.Live.A$AP.
“Long.Live.A$AP” is the first debut album to hit No. 1 since 2 Chainz dropped “Based On a T.R.U. Story” and topped the Sept. 1, 2012 list…though we know technically Chainz wasn’t a new rapper, but you know.
1. A$AP Rocky – Long.Live.A$AP 139k
2. Kidz Bop 23 78k
3. Pitch Perfect [Soundtrack] 45k
4. Taylor Swift – Red 41k
5. Bruno Mars – Unorthodox Jukebox 39k
6. Les Miserables [Soundtrack] 39k
7. The Lumineers – The Lumineers 38k
8. Phillip Phillips – The World From the Side of the Moon 25k
9. Mumford & Sons – Babel 25k
10. One Direction – Take Me Home 23k
Slow week, or hard work paying off? You be the judge.