Kendrick Lamar’s ‘DAMN’ Claims the Top Spot For a Second Week

blame it on JES7 April 30, 2017

For the second week in a row, Kendrick Lamar finds himself comfortably seated in his Billboard 200 throne.

In the wake of every song off DAMN. rightfully charting on the Hot 100 charts, Kung Fu Kenny’s fourth studio album remains in the number one slot.

According to Billboard, DAMN. has raked in 238K SPS (sales plus streaming) units, while Drake’s More Life trails behind in the number two spot with 78,000 units moved. King Kendrick’s DAMN. also continues to apply pressure on Ed Sheeran’s latest, Incubus’ 8 and the Moana soundtrack which round out the rest of the Top 5.

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Elsewhere, Drake seemingly praised his peer for the recent Billboard accomplishment and even teased the idea of a collaboration with Kendrick and J. Cole.