Download: Gucci Mane – Diary Of A Trap God
Gucci Mane delivers his brand new mixtape called Diary Of A Trap God. This one comes with 23 tracks and features from Young Scooter, Wiz Khalifa, Waka Flocka, Rich Homie Quan, Chief Keef, Tyga, Plies, E-40, Akon, with production by Mike Will Made It, DJ Mustard, Zaytoven, Lex Luger, Drumma Boy, and Honorable CNote
Rick Ross (@RickyRozay), Meek Mill (@MeekMill), Stalley (@Stalley), Rockie Fresh (@RockieFresh) & Omarion (@1Omarion) The Breakfast Club Interview
Rick Ross, Meek Mill, Stalley, Rockie Fresh and Omarion stopped by The Breakfast Club with DJ Envy, Angela Yee and Charlamagne Tha God. They talk about Self Made Vol 3, Meek beef with Cassidy, the Gucci Mane situation, Kendrick Lamar, upcoming MMG releases, and Rick Ross relationship with Jay-Z.
The debut effort from the 20-year-old-singer/actress bows atop the list with 138,000 sold, according to Nielsen SoundScan. Behind it R&B singer Tamar Braxton debuts with “Love & War,” which launches at No. 2 with 114,000. (Braxton also bows at No. 1 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and the Top R&B Albums chart.)
As for Braxton, she tallies the largest sales week for a female R&B/hip-hop album since last November, when Alicia Keys’ “Girl on Fire” bowed with 159,000.
Last Friday (Sept. 6), there was a bit of a competition brewing between “Yours Truly” and “Love & War.” At the time, industry sources suggested that “Yours Truly” was aiming for a start of around 115,000 to 120,000, while “Love & War” was eyeing a bow of 110,000 to 115,000.
A day earlier, Grande’s camp launched a successful download album promotion tied to an upcoming holiday party hosted by the singer. Consumers who purchased “Yours Truly” via her website (through Sunday, Sept. 8—the final day of the tracking week) will receive a ticket to one of a series of events with Grande later this year.
Label sources suggest that the holiday party offer drove between 5,000 and 7,000 in sales for the album. Details of the holiday events haven’t been announced, but one could imagine they may include a concert by Grande and perhaps a meet-and-greet opportunity with her.
Grande’s sales were especially strong in the digital world, as 108,000 of her first-week sales were downloads, or 78%, of her debut. Comparably, Braxton’s album only moved 51,000 downloads: 45% of her debut. Braxton’s album, however, performed strongly as a CD with physical retailers like Walmart, Best Buy and Target.
Because of that, Braxton actually has the No. 1-selling physical album this week (63,000), while Grande’s set is the No. 7 physical seller (30,000). On the Digital Albums chart, Grande is No. 1, while Braxton is No. 2.
Though “Love & War” didn’t perform incredibly strong as a download, it was offered at a very attractive price in Braxton’s Web store: $3.99.
Fabolous links up 2 Chainz for the official video for his single When I Feel Like It directed by Wiley. Fabolous new album titled Loso’s Way 2: Rise To Power, is dropping sometime soon.
Future has released his brand new visual for his single Honest . This joint will be featured on his upcoming album Future Hendrix, which is due out November 26.