Rap artist A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie is the latest rapper to experience low album sales after promoting his music on social media.

The Bronx rapper's current album HOODIE SZN is the country's No. 1 album, but his album sales hit rock bottom at a total of 823 physical copies sold.

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Adele Prince

British chanteuse Adele finally lost at something. Prince Rogers Nelson was crowned America's top-selling album artist in 2016.

In the months following the music icon's untimely death in April 2016, the "Purple Rain" star's albums and songs sold a combined 7.7 million copies in the U.S., according to Nielsen Music.

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Joy Villa

Joy Villa stole the spotlight at the 2017 Grammy Awards held on Sunday at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. The 25-year-old singer shocked everyone when she revealed a custom red, white and blue dress with the words "MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN" and "TRUMP" emblazoned in sequins.

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beyonce lemonade

According to Hits Daily Double, Beyonce's new album, Lemonade is expected to sell just 500K copies in its 1st week.

Beyonce released Lemonade on her husband Jay Z's Tidal music streaming service on Saturday night after the premiere of Lemonade: the movie on HBO. This helps explain her low first week numbers. Lemonade is now available on iTunes.

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Chris Brown

Chris Brown unleashed his frustration on "fake" social media followers for not buying his album, Royalty.

The 26-year-old singer slammed his huge social media following in a series of tweets on Tuesday. Brown has over 35 MILLION followers on Twitter.com and Instagram.com combined. But his album, Royalty, is estimated to sell a little over 165,000 copies in its first week.

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Monica Brown Code Red

Singer Monica Brown's new CD, Code Red, is estimated to sell 30K-35K units in 1st week sales.

At best, Code Red is expected to sell or stream 37,000 units in the 1st week.

This comes after Mo and her management put together a well-organized promotional campaign that saw the Atlanta songbird performing promo shows around the country to promote her album and appearing on talk shows.

Monica's estimated 1st week sales provide more evidence that social media follows and 'likes' are worthless and often do not translate to sales for artists.

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Rap icon Lil Kim went from 0-100 on R&B singer and reality star K. Michelle yesterday. Before we get to the roasting I should mention that K. Michelle's current album, Anybody Wanna Buy a Heart? (Atlantic Records), is on pace to top 100,000 in record sales next week. That puts her in very rare company as only 2 other urban artists -- and no other female R&B singer -- sold more than 100K records in all of 2014!

Furthermore, I listened to K. Michelle's album yesterday and it's actually pretty good. So put aside your personal opinion of her and go support our urban artists by copping the CD!

Now on to the roasting!

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Queen Bey sets the Royals

Despite topping every money-related list this year, pop singer Beyonce missed the mark by a wide margin on the only list that counts in 2014 (no, not Forbes).

Beyonce raked in $115 million in record and tickets sales in 2014. But that wasn't enough to surpass a musician who outearned her by about half a billion dollars. Click the link below to see who it is.

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