The much anticipated Drake album “More Life” has finally been released and received an amazing reception from fans worldwide. One of the UK’s most exciting producer/writer’s Nana Rogues who over the last 18 months has bagged 2 Brit Award Nominations, 2 MOBO & Rated Award Nominations topped the charts with Girls Like that featured Zara Larsson, has now produced 2 cuts on “More Life” “Passionfruit” & “Skepta Interlude”
There’s no stopping Drake at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, ‘More Life’ earned 136,000 equivalent album units in the week ending April 6, according to Nielsen Music. That sum is a decline of 40 percent compared to its second-week earnings: 226,000 units.
Elsewhere in the top 10, Ed Sheeran’s ÷ (Divide) holds at No. 2 for a third week in a row (following its first two frames at No. 1), as the album nets 80,000 units (down 19%). Kodak Black’s Painting Pictures bows at No. 3.
Now, let’s take a closer look at some of the action on the latest Billboard 200 chart:— Drake’s, More Life – No. 1 — The album, which was released on March 18, continues to rack up staggering streaming numbers. The set’s 22 tracks have now generated more than 1 billion on-demand audio streams in the U.S.: 1.07 billion through the week ending April 6. The latest tracking week pushed it past the billion threshold, as it collected another 167 million streams in the frame. The most streamed track on “More Life” is “Passionfruit” which has now been confirmed as the next Drake single, it was produced by UK producer Nana Rogues who also produced track 10. “Skepta Interlude”. Nana is the only UK producer on the whole album and is stamping his mark on the music industry as one of the most exciting up and coming UK producers around with his fresh out of the box approach.