Billboard – Prince’s first posthumous release, the greatest-hits compilation 4Ever, debuts at No. 80 on the Billboard 200. The set marks the late icon’s (he died on April 21) 40th charting album. 4Ever sold 8,000 copies in the week ending Nov. 24, according to Nielsen Music, and earned 9,000 equivalent album units.
More from The Black Report®
- March 30, 2017 Spicer Tries To Mend Fences With April Ryan NBC News - White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer offered sunny salutations and the first question of Wednesday's briefing to veteran correspondent April Ryan, an […]
- March 4, 2017 TV Ratings For The Oscars Were up 30 Percent In Black Households LA Times - Nielsen data shows an average of 4.17 million black viewers were tuned into the 89th Academy Awards telecast, an increase of 30% over last year. The […]
- April 23, 2017 All Eyez On Me LA Times - “All Eyez on Me,” titled after the last album Tupac released while alive, is set to be one of the summer’s standouts. In the vein of 2015’s “Straight […]
- April 21, 2017 The Unique Problem Posed By Prince’s Unreleased Songs The New Yorker - A year after Prince died, in shocking fashion, from an accidental overdose of the powerful opioid fentanyl, new material is starting to trickle […]