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  • WW sales*: @JColeNC, 4 Your Eyez Only 13,000 (919,000 total).

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    • WW sales*: @JColeNC, 4 Your Eyez Only 17,000 (936,000 total).

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      • I'm so in love with this album, I'm really glad he's smashing without any single or promotion.
        Seeing talent being rewarded feels nice.
        I am the maniac, I am the ghoul
        I'm in the shadows in the corners of my room

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        • Billboard's Top Album Sales
          Total = Chain, Independent, Mass Merchants, Non Traditional

          4/22: J. COLE|4 YOUR EYEZ ONLY ( 83) 2,872 = 391 803 417 1261

          4/29: J. COLE|4 YOUR EYEZ ONLY ( 63) 3,147 = 427 818 440 1462

          5/06: J. COLE|4 YOUR EYEZ ONLY ( 24) 6,364 = 604 855 593 4313
          J. COLE|2014 FOREST HILLS DRIV(156) 1,719 = 193 133 139 1252

          5/13: J. COLE|4 YOUR EYEZ ONLY ( 38) 4,768 = 516 811 393 3049

          Sales estimate by oldbloke:

          4 YOUR EYEZ ONLY - J Cole ( 555,000 )

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          • WW sales*: @JColeNC, 4 Your Eyez Only 15,000 (951,000 total).

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            • WW sales*: @JColeNC, 4 Your Eyez Only 10,000 (1,030,000 total).

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              • BPI:

                Congrats @JColeNC! '4 Your Eyez Only' has just gone Silver in the UK!

                #bpiAwards
                *CLICK* - FREE AMAZON/ITUNES VOUCHERS - *CLICK*

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                • 3 certifications found for his 2014 Forest Hills Drive - over 2 million units collected:

                  https://popularalbums.blogspot.be/p/201 ... drive.html

                  Any more information?
                  https://popularalbums.blogspot.be -> 362 albums and counting...
                  FOLLOW ON TWITTER: https://twitter.com/popularalbums

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                  • US album sales: @JColeNC, 4 Your Eyez Only 987 (599,000 total).

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                    • US pure album sales: @JColeNC, 4 Your Eyez Only 604,000 (total).

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                      • Billboard 200 Year End Albums 2017: #57 '2014 Forest Hills Drive', @JColeNC.

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                        • Billboard 200 Year End Albums 2017: #10 '4 Your Eyez Only', @JColeNC.

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                          • 2017 Year End Album Sales Chart USA

                            Sales estimate by oldbloke:

                            75. 159,000 - 4 YOUR EYEZ ONLY - J Cole

                            Total: 612,000 1xP

                            2016 year end chart:

                            20 . 452,000 - 4 YOUR EYEZ ONLY - J Cole ( 452,000 )

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                            • US pure album sales: @JColeNC, '4 Your Eyez Only' 612,000 (total).

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                              • http://hitsdailydouble.com/news&id=311523

                                Monday, April 23, 2018

                                NEW RELEASES: COLE POWER

                                J. Cole, who's breaking all manner of streaming records, according to Spotify and Apple, is on track for a boffo chart bow this week.

                                J. Cole (Dreamville/Roc Nation/Interscope) 375-390k total activity, 140-155k album
                                A Perfect Circle (BMG) 56-61k, 52-57k
                                Lord Huron (Suraja/Republic) 28-32k, 24-27k
                                Brothers Osborne (EMI Nashville) 19-22k, 15-17k
                                Bishop Briggs (Teleport/Island) 14-16k, 10-11k

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                                • J. Cole's 'KOD' Set for No. 1 on Billboard 200 Chart With 2018's Biggest Debut
                                  https://www.billboard.com/articles/colu ... number-one
                                  4/23/2018 by Keith Caulfield

                                  J. Cole is set for his fifth No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart with his latest studio effort, KOD. Industry forecasters suggest the set, which was released April 20 via Dreamville/Roc Nation/Interscope Records, could launch with 2018’s biggest week for an album -- as it may earn between 350,000 and 400,000 equivalent album units in the week ending April 26, powered by sizzling streaming activity.

                                  The surprise set, which was only announced on April 16, is J. Cole’s fifth studio release. All four of his previous studio sets reached No. 1 on the Billboard 200.

                                  The Billboard 200 chart ranks the most popular albums of the week based on multi-metric consumption, which includes traditional album sales, track equivalent albums (TEA) and streaming equivalent albums (SEA). The top 10 of the May 5-dated Billboard 200 chart (where J. Cole will likely debut at No. 1) is scheduled to be revealed on Billboard’s websites on Sunday, April 29.

                                  If KOD starts as expected, it would surpass Justin Timberlake’s Man of the Woods for the biggest week of 2018. Woods debuted at No. 1 with 293,000 units earned in the week ending Feb. 8, according to Nielsen Music. KOD would also log the biggest week for any album since Taylor Swift’s reputation bowed atop the list with 1.24 million units earned in the week ending Nov. 16, 2017.
                                  Prisoner Of Rock'n'Roll

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                                  • http://hitsdailydouble.com/news&id=311548

                                    Tuesday, April 24, 2018

                                    TOP 20: KOD 'S K.O.

                                    J. Cole explodes onto this week’s chart with a projected 340m streams. If he exceeds that projection by even a few million, he’ll move into second place behind Drake.

                                    1. *J. Cole (Dreamville/Roc Nation/Interscope) 375-390k Total, 140-150k Albums
                                    2. Cardi B (Atlantic) 95-105k, 14-16k
                                    3. The Greatest Showman (Atlantic) 59-64k, 39-42k
                                    4. *A Perfect Circle (BMG) 59-64k, 54-59k
                                    5. Jason Aldean (Broken Bow) 44-48k, 34-37k
                                    6. The Weeknd (XO/Republic) 35-38k, 6-7k
                                    7. XXXtentacion (Bad Vibes Forever) 35-38k, 1-2k
                                    8. Migos (QC/Motown/Capitol) 32-35k, 1-2k
                                    9. Black Panther (TDE/Aftermath/Interscope) 31-34k, 3-4k
                                    10. *Lord Huron (Republic) 29-32k, 25-28k

                                    *DEBUTS

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                                    • https://www.billboard.com/articles/colu ... ce=twitter

                                      Ariana Grande & J. Cole Aiming for Top 10 Billboard Hot 100 Debuts Next Week
                                      4/27/2018 by Gary Trust

                                      Also aiming for a top 10 Hot 100 start is Cole's "ATM," which should bow driven largely by over 30 million streams, while adding 8,000 sold and 2 million in airplay reach.

                                      Cole could additionally earn top 40 Hot 100 debuts with KOD cuts "Kevin's Heart," "Photograph" and "Motiv8," each fueled by streaming sums of over 20 million (with "Heart" likely to eclipse 25 million).

                                      Grande is seeking her ninth Hot 100 top 10, and sixth to debut in the region. She last hit the top 10 with "Side to Side" (featuring Nicki Minaj), which rose to No. 4 in December 2016.

                                      Cole could collect his second top 10; his first, "Deja Vu," from his previous LP, 4 Your Eyez Only, debuted at No. 7, also in December 2016.

                                      Highlights of next week's Hot 100 will post on Billboard.com Monday (April 30), with all charts posting the following day (May 1).

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                                      • KOD Spotify equivalent albums sales:

                                        Week 1: 125.292

                                        Top tracks:

                                        KOD - 169.915
                                        ATM - 136.051
                                        Kevin's Heart - 126.240

                                        Amazing debut
                                        One heart you are following

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                                        • J. Cole's 'KOD' Set for 2018's Biggest Streaming Week for an Album
                                          https://www.billboard.com/articles/colu ... r-an-album
                                          4/27/2018 by Keith Caulfield

                                          The LP could land the third-biggest streaming week ever.

                                          J. Cole’s new album, KOD, which is already on course for a No. 1 debut on the Billboard 200 chart, is also set to secure 2018’s biggest streaming week for an album.

                                          According to industry forecasters, the effort could see its songs generate perhaps 320 million on-demand audio streams in the week ending April 26. That would give it not just the biggest week of 2018, but also the third-biggest week ever.

                                          KOD would trail only the debut frames of Kendrick Lamar’s DAMN. (340.6 million on-demand audio streams of its tracks in the week ending April 20, 2017, according to Nielsen Music) and Drake’s More Life (384.8 million in the week ending March 30, 2017).

                                          KOD is likely to start atop the Billboard 200 with, perhaps, according to prognosticators, between 375,000 to 385,000 equivalent album units earned in the week ending April 26.

                                          As previously reported, KOD is on track to surpass Justin Timberlake’s Man of the Woods for the biggest week of 2018. Woods debuted at No. 1 with 293,000 units earned in the week ending Feb. 8. KOD would also log the biggest week for any album since Taylor Swift’s reputation bowed atop the list with 1.24 million units earned in the week ending Nov. 16, 2017.
                                          Prisoner Of Rock'n'Roll

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                                          • "Wet Dreamz" by J. Cole has officially surpassed 100 MILLION views on VEVO.

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                                            • 5/5/2018 Billboard 200:

                                              https://www.billboard.com/articles/colu ... t-week-kod

                                              J. Cole Claims Fifth No. 1 Album on Billboard 200 Chart & Biggest Week of 2018 With 'KOD'
                                              4/29/2018 by Keith Caulfield

                                              Set logs biggest week of the year in overall units and third-largest streaming week ever.

                                              J. Cole’s fifth studio album, KOD, roars in at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart with 2018’s biggest week for an album, as the set earned 397,000 equivalent album units in the week ending April 26, according to Nielsen Music. It also notches the largest streaming week of the year, and the third-largest streaming week ever.

                                              KOD is J. Cole’s fifth consecutive No. 1 on the Billboard 200, following his four previous studio sets: 4 Your Eyez Only (2016), 2014 Forest Hills Drive (2014), Born Sinner (2013), and Cole World: The Sideline Story (2011). Four of his five No. 1s opened in the top slot. Only Born Sinner missed a No. 1 debut, as it bowed at No. 2 and then moved to No. 1 in its third week on the list.

                                              The Billboard 200 chart ranks the most popular albums of the week in the U.S. based on multi-metric consumption, which includes traditional album sales, track equivalent albums (TEA) and streaming equivalent albums (SEA). The new May 5-dated chart (where J. Cole bows at No. 1) will be posted in full on Billboard's websites on Tuesday, May 1.

                                              Here are some fast facts about J. Cole’s debut at No. 1 with KOD:

                                              -- Biggest week of 2018 for an album: KOD launches with 397,000 equivalent album units earned. That surpasses 2018’s previous largest week, registered when Justin Timberlake’s Man of the Woods bowed at No. 1 with 293,000 units on the chart dated Feb. 17. KOD logs the biggest week for any album since Taylor Swift’s reputation started atop the tally dated Dec. 2, 2017 with 1.238 million units.

                                              -- Biggest week for a hip-hop album in nearly a year: KOD’s debut of 397,000 units is the biggest week for a hip-hop album since Kendrick Lamar’s DAMN. opened at No. 1 with 603,000 units on the chart dated May 6, 2017 (reflecting the tracking week ending April 20).

                                              -- Largest streaming week of 2018 for an album: Of KOD’s overall starting unit sum, 215,000 were in SEA units. That figure translates into 322.7 million on-demand audio streams of the album’s tracks in its opening week (each SEA units equals 1,500 on-demand audio streams). That’s by far the largest streaming week of 2018 for an album, surpassing the debut of Migos’ Culture II (149,000 SEA units; 224.6 million on-demand audio streams on the chart dated Feb. 10, reflecting the tracking week ending Feb. 1.)

                                              -- Third-largest streaming week ever for an album: KOD’s tally of 322.7 million first-week on-demand audio streams for its tracks is the third-biggest streaming week for an album. The only larger weeks were posted by the debut frames of Lamar’s DAMN. (340.6 million on-demand audio streams of its tracks in the week ending April 20, 2017) and Drake’s More Life (384.8 million, week ending March 30, 2017). (Also impressive: KOD achieved its streaming sum with only a 12-song track list. DAMN. and More Life have 14 and 22 tracks, respectively.)

                                              -- Second-largest sales week of 2018: With 174,000 in traditional album sales, KOD has the second-largest sales week of the year, trailing only the debut frame of Man of the Woods (242,000).

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                                              • 5/5/18 Billboard Hot 100

                                                https://www.billboard.com/articles/colu ... nde-j-cole

                                                Drake Leads Billboard Hot 100, Ariana Grande Arrives at No. 3 & J. Cole Collects Record Three Debuts in Top 10
                                                4/30/2018 by Gary Trust

                                                Cole becomes the first artist to debut three tracks in the top 10 simultaneously.

                                                J. Cole debuts an unprecedented three songs in the Hot 100's top 10 simultaneously: "ATM" at No. 6 (a new personal best), "Kevin's Heart" at No. 8 and "KOD" at No. 10. The songs start at Nos. 2 (42.6 million), 3 (39.7 million) and 6 (33.2 million) on Streaming Songs, while selling 10,000, 7,000 and 18,000 downloads, respectively.

                                                Cole adds his second, third and fourth Hot 100 top 10s, all of which have debuted in the top 10; he first reached the region when "Deja Vu," from his previous LP, 4 Your Eyez Only, debuted at its No. 7 peak in December 2016.

                                                Cole becomes the first artist in the Hot 100's archives to have debuted three songs in the top 10 simultaneously, surpassing two artists who doubled up with new entries in the same week. Ed Sheeran bowed with "Shape of You" (No. 1) and "Castle on the Hill" (No. 6) on Jan. 28, 2017, while Drake has scored such a twofer twice, with "Passionfruit" (No. 8) and "Portland" (featuring Quavo and Travis Scott, No. 9) on April 8, 2017, and "God's Plan" (No. 1) and "Diplomatic Immunity" (No. 7) this Feb. 3.

                                                Plus, with Grande's "Tears" and Cole's three tracks all beginning on the Hot 100 in the top 10, the chart welcomes four top 10 debuts simultaneously for the first time. Twice before, as many as three songs had started in the top 10 together: On March 3, 2012, Katy Perry's "Part of Me," Nicki Minaj's "Starships" and Chris Brown's "Turn Up the Music" soared in at Nos. 1, 9 and 10, respectively. On the chart dated Oct. 20 that year, One Direction's "Live While We're Young," Swift's "Red" and Adele's "Skyfall" premiered at Nos. 3, 6 and 8, respectively.

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                                                • @ChartaData
                                                  Billboard Artist 100: #1(+95) @JColeNC [121 weeks]. *re-peak; second week at #1*

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                                                  • http://hitsdailydouble.com/news&id=311639

                                                    Tuesday, May 1, 2018

                                                    TOP 20: REMEMBRANCE OF THINGS POST

                                                    Republic’s Post Malone will score the year’s biggest debut thus far with beerbongs & bentleys, setting the record for most streams from an album in a single week. Malone will likely see both his albums in the Top 10.

                                                    1. *Post Malone, beerbongs & bentleys (Republic) 430-460k Total Activity, 155-165k Albums
                                                    2. J. Cole (Dreamville/Roc Nation/Interscope) 149-154k, 24-27k
                                                    3. *Keith Urban (Capitol Nashville) 144-149k, 134-139k
                                                    4. Cardi B (Atlantic) 77-82k, 8-9k
                                                    5. The Greatest Showman (Atlantic) 59-64k, 39-42k
                                                    6. *Janelle Monae (Atlantic) 39-43k, 32-36k
                                                    7. *Godsmack (BMG) 37-40k, 35-38k
                                                    8. *Youngboy Never Broke Again (Atlantic) 35-38k, 8-9k
                                                    9. Post Malone, Stoney (Republic) 32-35k, 3-4k
                                                    10. XXXtentacion (Bad Vibes Forever) 31-34k, 1-2k

                                                    *DEBUTS

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