Kodak Black’s ‘Dying To Live’ Debuts At Number One

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Kodak Black has officially earned his first number-one album, with his sophomore project, Dying to Live.

The Florida rapper’s latest effort amassed 89,000 album equivalent units, which translates to 5,000 album sales and approximately 84,000 units garnered from streaming, Billboard reports. These numbers alone have made Dying to Live the most-streamed album of the week upon its release Dec. 14.

Kodak’s album sales were primarily influenced by the lead single, “Zeze,” which featured fellow hitmakers Travis Scott and Migos frontman Offset. The track currently sits at no. 9 on the Billboard Hot 100 after peaking at no. 2 shortly after its release. Dying to Live also features guest appearances from Juice Wrld and Lil Pump.

On the heels of his lofty feat, the self-proclaimed “Project Baby” has dropped off a full-length video for his newest single, “From the Cradle.”

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