Last week, Polo G delivered his third studio album, “Hall Of Fame.” This project was led by the chart-topping platinum single, “RAPSTAR.” Hall Of Fame ended up treating fans to 20 tracks, with appearances from DaBaby, Young Thug, Rod Wave, the late Pop Smoke, Nicki Minaj, and more.
It was projected after Hall Of Fame’s release that it would become the number one album in the US on the Billboard 200 chart. Now, that milestone is official. According to Chart Data, the Chicago rapper sold 143,000 units in its first week. 18,000 were in pure sales. The second spot goes to Migos’ “Culture III,” with 130,500 units. Third on the Billboard 200 is occupied by Olivia Rodrigo’s “SOUR,” with 122,000 units.
In addition to the 143,000 units, Hall Of Fame accumulated 191.9 million on-demand streams. The biggest record on this project aside from RAPSTAR, seems to be “For The Love Of New York,” featuring Nicki Minaj. Nicki has been promoting this record along with the album heavily, as she even as the album streaming links in her social media bios.
Hall Of Fame is also Polo’s third album in three years. Last summer, he released his “The Goat” album, which debuted at number two on the Billboard 200 chart.