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While J. Cole gets all the praise for going platinum with no features, Kevin Gates has been doing it on the low with no fanfare.

On his debut album, Islah, the New Orleans rapper went platinum on his solo tip, with a fraction of Cole’s fanbase. We take a look at the rankings for Kevin Gates’ first week album sales.

By Any Means

Released: March 17, 2014

Label: Bread Winners’ Association, Atlantic, Dead Game

First week album sales: 17,000

Billboard 200 position: 17

Singles: “Don’t Know”, “Posed To Be In Love”, “Amnesia”

Luca Brasi 2

Released: December 14, 2014

Label: 26,224

First week album sales: Bread Winners’ Association, Atlantic, Dead Game

Billboard 200 position: 38

Singles: “I Don’t Get Tired”

Murder for Hire 2

Released: May 27, 2016

Label: Bread Winners’ Association, Atlantic

First week album sales: 27,000

Billboard 200 position: 12

Singles: N/A

I’m Him

Released: September 27, 2019

Label: Bread Winners’ Association, Atlantic

First week album sales: 72,000

Billboard 200 position: 4

Singles: “Push It”, “Facts”

Luca Brasi 3

Released: September 28, 2018

Label: Bread Winners Association, Atlantic

First week album sales: 78,000

Billboard 200 position: 4

Singles: “Money Long”, “Great Man”, “Me Too”, “Adding Up”

Islah

Released: January 29, 2016

Label: Bread Winners’ Association, Atlantic, Dead Game

First week album sales: 112,000

Billboard 200 position: 2

Singles: “Kno One”, “Really Really”, “2 Phones”, “Time for That”

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