Rapper Kash Doll (born Arkeisha Knight) led her long-awaited studio album to chart battle on October 18, much to the delight of her growing legion of fans.
Titled ‘Stacked,’ the LP followed her critically acclaimed introductory efforts – 2018’s ‘Brat Mail’ mixtape and ‘The Vault’ EP (both credited with only building buzz for the beauty’s debut). Yet, while ‘Stacked’ lived up to its title by including an impressive stack of features including Trey Songz, Lil Wayne, Big Sean, Teyana Taylor, and more, it failed to deliver any Hot 100 charting singles ahead of its release.
Did that impact its first week performance on the Billboard 200? Look inside to see how the project stacked up against the competition:
Kash Doll’s ‘Stacked’
First Week Billboard 200 Placement: #76
First Week Sales (SPS): 6,100 units
First Week Sales (Pure): 865 units
[sales info collected from Penske Media’s independent analytics company Alpha Data, formerly known as BuzzAngle Music]
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