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While Pusha T isn’t necessarily known for his commercial success, he’s one of the few rappers who have managed to sustain a 20 year plus career of consistent music.

From 2002’s Lord Willin’ to his latest masterpiece, Daytona, here are the rankings for Pusha T’s first week album sales.

Til the Casket Drops (as The Clipse)

Released: December 8, 2009

Label: Star Trak, Re-Up, Columbia

First week album sales: 31,000

Billboard 200 position: 46

Singles: “Kinda Like a Big Deal”, “I’m Good”, “Popular Demand (Popeyes)”

King Push – Darkest Before Dawn: The Prelude

Released: December 18, 2015

Label: GOOD, Def Jam

First week album sales: 45,297

Billboard 200 position: 20

Singles: “Untouchable”, “M.F.T.R”, “Crutches, Crosses, Caskets”

My Name Is My Name

Released: October 8, 2013

Label: GOOD, Def Jam

First week album sales: 74,000

Billboard 200 position: 4

Singles: “Pain”, “Numbers on the Boards”, “Sweet Serenade”, “Let Me Love You”, “Nosetalgia”


Released: May 25, 2018

Label: GOOD, Def Jam

First week album sales: 77,000

Billboard 200 position: 3

Singles: “If You Know You Know”, “What Would Meek Do?”

Hell Hath No Fury (as The Clipse)

Released: November 28, 2006

Label: Star Trak, Re-Up, Jive

First week album sales: 80,000

Billboard 200 position: 14

Singles: “Mr. Me Too”, “Wamp Wamp (What It Do)”

Lord Willin’ (as The Clipse)

Released: August 20, 2002

Label: Star Trak, Arista

First week album sales: 122,000

Billboard 200 position: 4

Singles: “Grindin'”, “When the Last Time”, “Ma, I Don’t Love Her”, “Cot Damn”

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