Meek Mill to Remain At Top of Billboard 200

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Meek Mill‘s Dreams Worth More Than Money will remain atop the Billboard 200 Albums chart, which reflects a one-time only 11-day sales tracking frame. Nielsen Music recently changed its sales tracking cycle from Monday through Sunday to Friday through Thursday. Last week’s Billboard chart (week ending July 5th), will be the final chart to use the old tracking system. After 11 days, Dreams Worth More Than Money has sold over 300,000 copies. During the first week of sales, the project sold over 240,000 copies. In the week ending on July 9, Dreams Worth More Than Money sold an additional 60,000 copies.

Last week, Dreams Worth More Than Money topped the Billboard 200- becoming the rapper’s first time reaching Number 1 on the albums chart. The project features production by Jahlil Beats, Mr. Bangladesh, The Mekanics, Boi-1da, and more. Three singles have been dropped from the Number 1 album including “Check,” “All Eyes on You” (featuring Nicki Minaj and Chris Brown), and “R.I.C.O.” Mill is currently shooting the music video for “All Eyes on You.” Minaj posted several photos from the music video on her Instagram page today. Some of the photos show Mill and his girlfriend Minaj getting cozy under a beach cabana. “All Eyes on You” is Number 6 on the Rap Songs, Number 12 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, and Number 14 on the UK R&B chart. Dreams Worth Than Money is Mill’s second studio album- his other studio album Dreams and Nightmares was dropped in 2012. The album reached the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and Top Rap Albums chart. It also went to Number 2 on the Billboard 200 chart.

Meek Mill’s upcoming tour dates: July 17th in Dallas (Texas); July 18th in Houston (Texas); July 20th in Miami (Florida); July 22nd in Bristow (Virginia); July 24th in Holmdel (New Jersey); July 26th in New York (New York); July 28th in Toronto (Ontario); July 29th in Montreal (Canada); July 31st in Clarkston (Michigan); August 2nd in Atlanta (Georgia);August 4th in Charlotte (North Carolina); August 6th in Camden (New Jersey); August 8th in Burgettstown (Pennsylvania); August 9th in Tinley Park (Illinois); August 11th in Denver (Colorado); August 13th in Chula Vista (California); August 14th in Concord (California); August 16th in Vancouver (Canada); August 18th in Calgary (Canada); andAugust 19th in Edmonton (Canada).

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