Tyler, The Creator nabbed his second No. 1 Billboard 200 album on Sunday (July 4) with CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST, his follow-up to the 2019 Grammy Award-winning IGOR.
DJ Khaled insisted he made good music not mysterious shit, referring to Tyler, The Creators genre-bending project. While initial reports claimed he angrily stormed into Epic Records with an entourage to express his frustration over Father of Asahds No. 2 ranking, Khaled was actually upset with Billboard for allegedly reneging on an agreement involving merch bundles. Multiple sources close to Khaled said over 100,000 album downloads were disqualified due to a promotion Billboard said was not approved. Prior to the albums release, Khaled offered a bundle which included Father Of Asahd and nutritional supplements, something initially approved by Billboard. By purchasing the bundle, customers received a digital download, which was supposed to count towards album number. But that turned out not to be the case. Instead, Father of Asahd wound up selling over 136,000 total album-equivalent units. I thought they were cappin bout DJ Khaled being salty his album not being #1 but the sodium level in this video is wild obvious Read more