J. Cole Earns 6th No. 1 Album With “The Off Season”

The Off-Season has earned J. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart and bragging rights for all of his studio albums reaching that coveted peak. 1 to his lofty discography. In celebration of his sixth chart-topper, J. The Off-Season is also expected to go platinum as its predecessors did. Cole has collected his sith No. Cole runner-up for the largest week for an album overall, only second to Taylor Swift’s Fearless (Taylor’s Version). While some of the original tracks didn’t make the cut, Nicki added three new joints including a collaboration with Drake and Lil Wayne called “Seeing Green,” a remix to Skillibeng’s “Crocodile Teeth” and a solo track titled “Fractions.” Beam Me Up Scotty took the silver this week with 80,000 equivalent album units moved and marks the rapper’s fifth top two album on the chart. Cole perpetuates his reputation of going No. The Off-Season follows suit with previous albums as its 12 tracks are all solos. Cole his sixth consecutive No. 1, and Cole World: The Sideline Story (2011). J. He also dropped his new Puma collaboration sneaker called Dreamer 2 The Off-Season Red on Friday. 2 then peaked at No. Cole just added another No. without any feature. J. Cole’s previous leaders include 2018’s KOD, 4 Your Eyez Only (2016), 2014 Forest Hills Drive (2014), Born Sinner in 2013 which debuted at No. The project that was initially made available for free in 2009, was made commercially available for the first time on May 14. 2 with the re-release of her previous mixtape Beam Me Up Scotty. #1 album, I appreciate the love,   i   heard   the   noise   from   out   here. Over on the Billboard 200 chart, Nicki Minaj also debuts at No. Leave it to J. 1 hip-hop album. It is also the top-selling album of the week with 37,000 units moved in pure sales. 1 studio album. Share this:

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Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window) Cole to go pro and simultaneously release a No. Cole announced that the music video for his album song “Applying Pressure” will be released tomorrow (May 25). As he is currently playing for the Rwanda Patriots in the Basketball Africa League, J. With 243,000 TEA units earned which is equivalent to 325.05 million on-demand streams of the album’s tracks, The Off-Season has nabbed the largest streaming week for any album this year as well. This marks the largest opening for any hip-hop album of 2021, Billboard says. Released by the rapper’s own label Dreamville along with Roc Nation and Interscope, The Off-Season makes J. He later wrote, “Sending a thank you from Rwanda! Cole made the belated announcement for the drop   on Twitter.   the   off-season   means   keep pushing yourself, I will do the same,” adding a pair of red hear emojis to show his fans some love. Along with his chart-topping streak, J. The album debuts atop the Billboard 200 chart this week with 282,000 equivalent album units moved in the U.S., according to MRC Data.