All Four of Kendrick Lamar’s Studio Albums Are on the Billboard 200
Kendrick Lamar's Damn. is already the No. 1 album in the country, and the biggest selling debut of 2017. But that's not his only major feat—all four of his studio albums are now also on the Billboard 200.
Damn. sold 603,000 equivalent album units with over 352,000 actual album copies scanned it's debut week. However, Kendrick's buzz has reached a fever pitch, and all three of his other full-length releases have hit the charts again as well. K. Dot's major label 2012 debut, good kid m.A.A.d. city landed at #27 on the charts, with a 37 percent sales increase.
His 2015 release, To Pimp A Butterfly jumped 50 percent, going from #109 to #50 on the chart. Kendrick's 2011 indie label debut, Section.80, saw a spike in sales as well, and is at #179 with a 58 percent boost. The only release not on the Billboard 200 is Kendrick's Untitled.Unmastered, a collection of unreleased songs he dropped last year, in 2016.