(AllHipHop News) Q predicted this moment on Oxymoron’s “Break The Bank” when he rapped “tell Kendrick move from the throne I came for it.” Today (March 4th), HitsDailyDouble has provided the final tally and Schoolboy Q gives Top Dawg Entertainment its first #1 album on the Billboard 200 with Oxymoron selling 138,517 copies.
Congrats y’all went number #1!!!!!!! Clap for yaself
— ScHoolboy Q (@ScHoolBoyQ) March 5, 2014
While Kendrick’s good kid, mAAd city sold over 100,000 copies more than Q’s Oxymoron, it was unable to debut at #1 due to Taylor Swift’s Red album selling over 1.2 million copies in its first week.
Kid Cudi also enters the Top 5 at #4 selling 85,860 copies of his Satellite Flight: Journey To Mother Moon album, down from the 140,000 copies his previous album, Indicud sold in its first week. This is the lowest first week sales total for a Cudi solo album in his 5 year career and worst since his 2012 collaborative album, WZRD with Da Dot Genius sold 66,000 copies in its opening week.
Check out the full list at HitsDailyDouble.