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Ranking Kodak Black’s First Week Album Sales

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After initially gaining traction with his 2014 single, “No Flockin”, which was later interpolated on Cardi B’s diamond-selling “Bodak Yellow,” Kodak Black was emerged as a rapper with a strong commercial track record.

Despite numerous setbacks with public controversies and legal issues, Kodak Black’s catalogue now includes three platinum albums, a number one album debut, and over 10 platinum singles.

From his 2017 debut album Painting Pictures to his latest release, 2022’s Back for Everything, we take a look at the rankings for Kodak Black’s first week album sales.

Bill Israel

Released: November 11, 2020

Label: Dollaz N Dealz, Sniper Gang, Atlantic

First week album sales: 16,000

Billboard 200 position: 20

Singles: “Pimpin Ain’t Eazy”

Project Baby 2

Released: August 18, 2017

Label: Dollaz N Dealz, Sniper Gang, Atlantic

First week album sales: 50,000

Billboard 200 position: 2

Singles: “Transportin'”, “Roll in Peace”

Back for Everything

Released: February 25, 2022

Label: Atlantic

First week album sales: 60,000

Billboard 200 position: 2

Singles: “Love & War”

Painting Pictures

Released: March 31, 2017[6]

Label: Dollaz N Dealz, Sniper Gang, Atlantic

First week album sales: 71,000

Billboard 200 position: 3

Singles: “There He Go”, “Tunnel Vision”, “Patty Cake”

Dying to Live

Released: December 14, 2018

Label: Dollaz N Dealz, Sniper Gang, Atlantic

First week album sales: 89,000

Billboard 200 position: 1

Singles: “If I’m Lyin, I’m Flyin”, “Zeze”, “Take One”, “Calling My Spirit”

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