DMX - "Undisputed" Sells 16k First Week. $240,000 to 9/11 Families?

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 09-18-2012, 11:10 PM         #21
the synthesis 
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 tonystarks21 said:
dawg those are nice stats but don't compare album sales back down to now, every in the early 2000's/90's was going platinum

2 mil now is like 6 million back then


and did dmx even sell 20 mill? you might be right just didn't think the crackhead felon sold that much
Drake was nowhere poppin as DMX was in his hay day

DMX was a phenomena for a good few years, Drake will be lucky to last that long in the game and be consistent on major label with his sales. DMX in his prime ran the game, Drake is still playing second fiddle to Weezy and Nicki
 5 years ago '05        #22
dizzle trizzle 7 heat pts
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rap is over


when will i finally stop checking for sh*t, starting to feel it
 5 years ago '05        #23
Philly B 41 heat pts41
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 tonystarks21 said:
dawg those are nice stats but don't compare album sales back down to now, every in the early 2000's/90's was going platinum

2 mil now is like 6 million back then


and did dmx even sell 20 mill? you might be right just didn't think the crackhead felon sold that much
kids showing off their age again
 09-19-2012, 12:04 AM         #24
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that 16k hurts my soul

i knew he wasnt going to do real numbers, but doing yo gotti numbers is bad. my n*gga future even did like 40k first week. i guess the world really is ending
 5 years ago '06        #25
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 ballin1 said:
that 16k hurts my soul

i knew he wasnt going to do real numbers, but doing yo gotti numbers is bad. my n*gga future even did like 40k first week. i guess the world really is ending
he been out for like 16 years, very few rappers gonna stay relevant that long, plus he on an indie, and have no real promotion
 5 years ago '04        #26
justinjones 307 heat pts307
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still did better than ja rule's

the album wasn't that good though
 5 years ago '10        #27
SpazzOut 63 heat pts63
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damn thats worse than Slaughterhouse
 5 years ago '06        #28
Stupid Fresh 183 heat pts183
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n*gga is making at least 7 or 8 bucks an album
 5 years ago '06        #29
Stupid Fresh 183 heat pts183
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and who knew dmx had an album out

im online and barely knew/gave a fu*k

nobody checking for DMX.. good #s
 5 years ago '12        #30
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16 000 records sold is an insult to DMX name. Also, if I don't give a fu*k about the fact that he is on a indy.

IF you say Slaughterhouse flopped, then don't even TRY TO justify DMX's sales!! Their being on a major is met by DMX selling over 20 000 000 records in his career.
 09-19-2012, 02:53 AM         #31
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 thepoeticgoblin said:
16 000 records sold is an insult to DMX name. Also, if I don't give a fu*k about the fact that he is on a indy.

IF you say Slaughterhouse flopped, then don't even TRY TO justify DMX's sales!! Their being on a major is met by DMX selling over 20 000 000 records in his career.
Who's talkin' about SlaughterHouse in here period n*gga

Their prob it didn't sell over no 100K w/ all that backing they got

X's last album did 125K first week and this album was been pushed back too many times leading into the 6 year gap since he last dropped, so go figure

Ja Rule's comeback did 2,000 first week & charted at the end of billboard charts while this made a strong hit on #22 (Way higher than I expected)

We'll see by the 2nd week tho
 5 years ago '10        #32
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 the synthesis said:
Drake was nowhere poppin as DMX was in his hay day

DMX was a phenomena for a good few years, Drake will be lucky to last that long in the game and be consistent on major label with his sales. DMX in his prime ran the game, Drake is still playing second fiddle to Weezy and Nicki
That just isn't accurate. To say he was nowhere near is an overstatement. Drake selling records in a drought. DMX never ran radio like Drake neither..and thats not for debate..its a pure fact that Drake singles do better than DMX singles could have ever dreamed of, X's biggest hit Party Up would be a mediocre hit for Drake. DMX only has two top 40 hits with one barely making it. I think Drake would be much bigger than DMX if you put them in the same era(assuming Drake still had the radio dominance in that era) I can't say if X the same for X right now you need radio hits and DMX never knew how to do that.
 5 years ago '12        #33
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 tonystarks21 said:
dawg those are nice stats but don't compare album sales back down to now, every in the early 2000's/90's was going platinum

2 mil now is like 6 million back then


and did dmx even sell 20 mill? you might be right just didn't think the crackhead felon sold that much
dumb n*gga....DMX was outselling damn near everybody in the rap game at the time

It's Dark and hell is hot album debuted at #1 on The Billboard 200, and sold 251,000 copies in its first week.[7] It was certified 4x Platinum by RIAA on December 18, 2000.

Flesh of my Flesh, blood of my blood is the second album released in 1998 by rapper DMX.[5] It entered the charts at number one (and stayed there for 3 consecutive weeks) with an impressive 870,000 units shipped in the first week.[6] The album eventually went 5x Platinum in the US.[7]

…And Then There Was X is the third album by American rapper DMX, released December 21, 1999 on Ruff Ryders Entertainment and Def Jam Recordings. In 2000, it was certified 4x Platinum and then later 5x Platinum.

the Great Depression is the fourth solo album released by New York-based rapper DMX. Released October 23, 2001, it was DMX's fourth consecutive album to debut at number one on the Billboard 200 chart. 439,000 copies were sold within the first week of the album's release,eventually selling nearly three million copies worldwide

Grand Champ is the fifth album by American rapper DMX, released in 2003. Grand Champ features the popular singles Where the Hood At? and Get It On The Floor. The album sold 512,000 in its first week and debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200. The album eventually went 4x Platinum.
 5 years ago '10        #34
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Man if all us cats get up and go cop an album instead of listening to the free joint his numbers will be up.
 09-19-2012, 12:15 PM         #35
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 hustlershope84 said:
That just isn't accurate. To say he was nowhere near is an overstatement. Drake selling records in a drought. DMX never ran radio like Drake neither..and thats not for debate..its a pure fact that Drake singles do better than DMX singles could have ever dreamed of, X's biggest hit Party Up would be a mediocre hit for Drake. DMX only has two top 40 hits with one barely making it. I think Drake would be much bigger than DMX if you put them in the same era(assuming Drake still had the radio dominance in that era) I can't say if X the same for X right now you need radio hits and DMX never knew how to do that.
Little niglin'... How old are you? DMX was k!llin' radio with NO radio songs! Lol And that was before "yall gon' make me lose my mind! Up in here! Up in here!" Takes alotta nuts for a n*gga to jump in the game & totally disregard the "standard blueprint."



Oh...
AND he was selling!
 5 years ago '12        #36
Boo The Fool 12 heat pts12
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i'm predicting the second week sales will be higher then the first. Album had NO promo behind it but it's full of good tracks. It's going to surge...truss me
 5 years ago '12        #37
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 tonystarks21 said:
dawg those are nice stats but don't compare album sales back down to now, every in the early 2000's/90's was going platinum

2 mil now is like 6 million back then


and did dmx even sell 20 mill? you might be right just didn't think the crackhead felon sold that much

Exactly you can't compare numbers from the 90's or early 00's to now
 5 years ago '12        #38
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 Boo The Fool said:
dumb n*gga....DMX was outselling damn near everybody in the rap game at the time

It's Dark and hell is hot album debuted at #1 on The Billboard 200, and sold 251,000 copies in its first week.[7] It was certified 4x Platinum by RIAA on December 18, 2000.

Flesh of my Flesh, blood of my blood is the second album released in 1998 by rapper DMX.[5] It entered the charts at number one (and stayed there for 3 consecutive weeks) with an impressive 870,000 units shipped in the first week.[6] The album eventually went 5x Platinum in the US.[7]

…And Then There Was X is the third album by American rapper DMX, released December 21, 1999 on Ruff Ryders Entertainment and Def Jam Recordings. In 2000, it was certified 4x Platinum and then later 5x Platinum.

the Great Depression is the fourth solo album released by New York-based rapper DMX. Released October 23, 2001, it was DMX's fourth consecutive album to debut at number one on the Billboard 200 chart. 439,000 copies were sold within the first week of the album's release,eventually selling nearly three million copies worldwide

Grand Champ is the fifth album by American rapper DMX, released in 2003. Grand Champ features the popular singles Where the Hood At? and Get It On The Floor. The album sold 512,000 in its first week and debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200. The album eventually went 4x Platinum.


Yeah IN THE 90's AND EARLY 00's. It's a different era no one buys music anymore
 5 years ago '04        #39
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 1LynguisticMind said:
talk to me when Drake sells more then 20 million records in the US alone...

oh wait....he will never even crack 8 million
word.
 09-19-2012, 12:59 PM         #40
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 The Infamous1 said:
Yeah IN THE 90's AND EARLY 00's. It's a different era no one buys music anymore
Yeah... but Jay-z was not selling that much with all the pop/radio friendly song he was making...

X k!lled the radio without going pop.
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