Those who have spun Remy Ma‘s latest studio set will agree that her work on the set is stellar.
Alas, her decision to go public with her problem with Nicki Minaj has only served to reignite more commercial interest in her rival’s music than her own.
Streaming aside, sales of her debut album ‘Pink Friday’ rose by 81% in the last chart week thanks to members of the general public who swarmed digital outlets to purchase the set to support Minaj following the unleashing of Ma’s ‘Shether.’
Look @ God. Man I can’t make this sh*t up. Just got the official word that in the last week, #ThePinkprint went up 79% in SALES & #PinkFriday (AN ALBUM I RELEASED IN 2010) went up 81% in SALES! Ok #Jesus I see u! #FunFact – #ThePinkprint holds the title as longest charting female rap album in the history of billboard. My fans are the absolute best. I love u guys so much. My new album will give you the most life you’ve ever received out of my catalogue. 🙏🏽😍😘🎀🙌🏽🦄 thank you.
As stated above, these numbers do not include digits whipped up by streaming data as they were generated by pure sales only.
Following its release in November 2010, ‘Friday’ opened with opening month sales of 1 million units and has gone on to outsell Rihanna‘s hit-kissed ‘Loud’ (which dropped in the same month) in the United States.