West Coast rapper Game has plenty to brag about despite his 1992 album not landing atop the sales charts. The hip-hop veteran’s latest solo offering snagged a Top 5 debut.
After gaining major co-signs from various celebrities, Game’s newest album pushed out over 30,000 copies.
The Game notches his ninth top 10 album with the bow of 1992 at No. 4, earning 32,000 units (25,000 in traditional album sales). He previously hit the top 10 with The Documentary 2.5 (No. 6 in 2015), The Documentary 2 (No. 2; 2015), Blood Moon: Year of the Wolf (No. 7; 2014), Jesus Piece (No. 6; 2012), The R.E.D. Album (No. 1; 2011), LAX (No. 2; 2008), Doctor’s Advocate (No. 1; 2006) and The Documentary (No. 1; 2005). (Billboard)
A few days ago, Game boasted about 1992‘s chart performance amongst its hip-hop competition.
Earlier the same week, the Los Angeles native boasted about the 10-year anniversary of his Doctor’s Advocate album.
Game’s new 1992 album is expected to easily debut on the sales chart this week.