Our Trap God Mixtape Review is Here!
When Gucci Mane’s not in jail, he’s releasing new mixtapes. Gucci Mane’s new mixtape Trap God got our attention here at ATLRap.com so we wanted to provide you with a Trap God mixtape review.
The buzz leading up to East Atlanta rapper Gucci Mane’s new release Trap God has been heavy. It all began when Gucci dissed old foe Young Jeezy during an interview with The Breakfast Club in New York City. Jeezy referred to La Flare as “retarded” in an interview the next day, and Gucci quickly released a new diss track (“The Truth”) and accompanying music video. Gucci even threw some threats via his twitter account. Continue Reading →
Atlanta rappers continue to sell units, evident by the most recent SoundScan Music Sales report. Specifically, Atlanta’s own Future, 2 Chainz, and Young Jeezy continue to make the ATL proud with their sales success.
Atlanta Rappers Album Sales
After 25 consistent weeks on the charts, Atlanta’s Future continues to move units of his debut album Pluto. This past week Pluto sold another 4,195 copies bringing the total sales of Future’s project to 175,420. Continue Reading →
Future’s First Week Sales for Pluto
Atlanta’s own Future released his debut album Pluto last week.
According to the latest edition of SoundScan, Future sold over 41,000 copies of Pluto the first week.
While these first week sales numbers may not be what we can expect from Drake, T.I., and Snoop Dogg, all who appear on Future’s Pluto, they are good when we consider the other urban music releases in 2012.
As TRC points out:
This is a good start for Future who seems to have done way better than other urban releases that came out this year. As compared to Yo Gotti’s debut Live form the Kitchen which did 16,000 its first week, Maino’s The Day After Tomorrow did 6,300 its first week, and Diggy Simmons’ Unexpected Arrival which did 22,000 in sales its first week.
Did you buy Future’s Pluto album?
Album Review: Future – Pluto
This week, Atlanta’s own Future released his debut album Pluto via Epic Records.
Can Future’s album take his career to the moon, or will he be another disposable rapper who eventually goes with the wind?
Editor’s Note: This article includes (keep scrolling) a complete song-by-song review of every one of Future’s tracks on Pluto.
Before you listen to Pluto, there’s a few things you need to know about Future and Future’s music.
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