Roddy Ricch holds his second 1st place on Billboards‘S Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart like Fast Life debuted at number 1 on the list on January 1. The series began with 62,000 album-equivalent units earned in the week ending December 23, according to MRC Data.
As with most hip-hop releases, streaming supports the majority Fast Lifeactivity for the first week. Just under 57,500 of the total 62,000 units came from online album equivalents – representing 76.5 million on-demand streams of tracks in the series. Traditional album sales include 3,500 units, and the remaining 1,000 units come from track-equivalent units. (One unit equates to the following sales: one album sale, 10 individual tracks sold from an album, or 3,750 ad-supported official video and audio streams, or 1,250 subscriptions and subscriptions request for a song on the album.)
Fast Life, released on December 17 through Atlantic Records, is the second studio album by Roddy Ricch. It follows 2019 Forgive me for being anti-social, also debuted at #1 on Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and dominated the list for seven consecutive weeks. Antisocial has the hit single, “The Box”, 12 weeks champion on Hot R&B / Hip-Hop Songs chart and lead for 11 weeks across all genres Billboard Hot 100.
As Fast Life Towards the end, six of its songs debuted on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, led by “25 Million” at number 18. The tune was Roddy’s most streamed song of the week. Ricch, with 8.2 million downloads in the week ending December 23, and came in second in the sales race, with 1,000 downloads sold during the same period. (“Moved to Miami,” intro Lil Baby, wins in that category, with 2,000 downloads.)
Here’s the full list of Roddy Ricch’s new slots on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs:
Number 18, “25 million”
Issue 21, “Moved to Miami,” featuring Lil Baby
No. 25, “Hibachi,” introduction Black Kodak & 21 Savage
Number 26, “Thailand”
Number 32, “All Good”, intro Future
No. 44, “Don’t I,” intro Gunna
The album also featured another hit Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, the previously released single “Late at Night”. The song, which was released in June, debuted and peaked at #6 and subsequently proved a huge hit on the airwaves, peaking at #2 best. R&B / Hip-Hop Airplay chart in August.
https://www.billboard.com/pro/roddy-ricch-live-life-fast-number-1-rb-hip-hop-albums-chart/ Roddy Ricch’s ‘Live Life Fast’ Hits #1 on R&B/Hip-Hop Albums Chart – Billboard