Migos’ Debut Album Sold a Scant 15,000 Copies Its First Week
'Yung Rich Nation' got beat out by Lil Dicky
The numbers for Migos’ highly anticipated debut album were not nearly as high as anticipated. According to Billboard, the Atlanta hip-hop group’s Yung Rich Nation managed to sell 15,000 copies in its first week, a figure that, while not truly awful, certainly isn’t great. Adding to the disappointing opening is the indignity of being beat out by novelty comedy rapper Lil Dicky, whose debut full-length album, Professional Rapper, sold 22,000 copies, making it the No. 1 hip-hop and comedy album in the country right now.
According to reports, Migos are already done with their sophomore album.