Kendrick Lamar has reached another milestone. Before embarking on “The Championship Tour,” the TDE rapper just earned his third million-selling album in the U.S., thanks to
The critically-acclaimed set surpassed the marker by selling 4,000 copies for the week ending March 29. In total, the album’s sales now reside at 1.002 million, according to Billboard.
K-Dot’s first two albums also share this distinction. good kid, m.A.A.d city sold 1.71 million copies, while To Pimp a Butterfly is at 1.05 million.
The Recording Industry Association of America also certified the album double platinum in July of last year due to equivalent album units.
DAMN. hasn’t left the top 20 since its release. The chart-topping album is currently resting at No. 13. Meanwhile, good kid, m.A.A.d city is at No. 78 after peaking at No. 2.
King Kendrick’s Billboard 200 reign resumes.
Black Panther: The Album, which he curated, is holding strong at No. 3 after topping the coveted albums chart.