Final Numbers Are In: Lil Uzi Vert’s ‘Eternal Atake’ Tops With Biggest Sales of 2020 Among Solo Acts

Published: Monday 16th Mar 2020 by Rashad

As if its unexpected release wasn’t surprise enough, Lil Uzi Vert is making jaws drop with the sales figures accompanying his highly anticipated sophomore album, ‘Eternal Atake.’

Delivered a week ahead of schedule, the March 6-unveiled project not only sold almost double that of its nearest competitor (Jhené Aiko‘s ‘Chilombo’) but was also greeted with the biggest first week numbers of the year among solo acts.

Curious to see how close the effort landed to its previously prediction of 325,000 units shifted (as we reported here)? Meet us after the jump to see:


Lil Uzi Vert’s ‘Eternal Atake’

First Week Sales (SPS):  288,000

First Week Sales (Pure):  9,000

First Week Chart Placement:  #1

Report:

“Of Eternal Atake’s first-week units, 278,000 are in SEA units, a little under 9,000 are in album sales and 2,000 are in TEA units. That 278,000 SEA-unit figure translates to a whopping 400 million on-demand streams for the set’s 18 tracks during the tracking week. That’s the fourth-largest streaming week ever for an album…

As Eternal Atake starts with a total of 288,000 units, it also logs the second-biggest week of 2020 for any album. It trails behind the opening week of BTS’ Map of the Soul: 7, which launched with 422,000 units (powered by a robust album sales figure of 347,000).”

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‘Atake’ comes as the 25-year-old’s second consecutive chart-topper following his first leader, ‘Luv Is Rage 2’ (which bowed topped the tally in 2017 with 135,000 units shifted).

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  1. Clarks0o0ñ March 16, 2020

    Damn, rap music is dominating while rock music is completely DEAD.

    If back in the 70’s or 80’s u told people rock music would be dead and hip hop will be dominating in future, they would have called u crazy.

    Why the love for lil uzi vert? where did this love for this dude come from?
    White college kids are probably the people streaming this shìt.

    • pat March 16, 2020

      tru people are always taling about how rap killed r n b. it slaughtered rock.. r n b is actually on the rise thanksfully

  2. Clarks0o0ñ March 16, 2020

    His songs are gonna flood the charts this week and next week.
    ?

  3. Theman March 16, 2020

    He didn’t really sale any real albums. Streaming is major. But it’s not real sales.

    • Swirly March 16, 2020

      Welcome to 2020.

      • Justme March 16, 2020

        We saw a couple of artist debut high with pure sales in the last 5 years.. this just means people favs haven’t released yet

      • Theman March 16, 2020

        It’s still a few major artists that move major units. The charts should be labeled the streaming charts because that’s all that is.

  4. what would whitney houston say March 16, 2020

    yall say that about eeverybody

  5. Beyonce Knows March 16, 2020

    Maybe he can get his mother, (old a** my neck my back a** ho) a better basement, van and make sure her phone bill paid when she go live.

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