Metro Boomin's "Not All Heroes Wear Capes" Debuts Atop Billboard 200

Metro Boomin’s manufacturing was a dominant sound in hip-hop over the previous two years, however sadly, the producer went into retirement on the high of this 12 months. While a couple of of his beats landed on high-profile albums for Lil Wayne and Nicki Minaj, the rapper did not formally announce that he was stepping out of retirement till Halloween, when he introduced his solo debut album, Not All Heroes Wear Capes earlier than unleashing the feature-heavy initiatives two days later. After a full-week of its launch, the album has made its method to the highest of the Billboard 200 chart.

After shifting almost 100Ok equal album models in a single week, Metro Boomin’ earns his first primary album on the Billboard 200 with Not All Heroes Wear Capes. Although he solely gave followers short-notice, he moved 99Ok equal album models by the week ending on Nov. eighth. The majority of the models moved had been pushed by streaming. Metro earned 92Ok from streaming album models which is the equal to 125.3M models, 7K from observe equal albums, and 5K from pure album gross sales. 

Metro undoubtedly had the most important debut this week, however Takeoff additionally debuted fairly excessive on the Billboard 200. The Migos member’s debut solo album, The Last Rocket took the #four spot after shifting 49Ok in its first week with 5K of these models coming from pure album gross sales. Takeoff is the third and closing member of the Migos to enter the Billboard 200’s high 10 with out the help of his group. Quavo’s debut album peaked at #2 whereas Offset’s joint effort with Metro Boomin’ and 21 Savage peaked at #four.