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Roddy Ricch's 'Antisocial' Longest-Running No. 1 Debut Album Since 50 Cent

2,458 views | February 4, 2020 | News | By hiphopallaround

Roddy Ricch has now put his name up next to the greats, like 50 Cent. Even though the G-Unit boss' accomplishments are rarely the topic of conversation these days, his influence is undeniable with releases like his debut album 'Get Rich or Die Tryin' from 2003. The album is the largest debut album in Hip-Hop, selling over $13.3 million records. However, it's quite possible that Fif now has some company at the top.
Los Angeles' Roddy Ricch is currently experiencing huge amounts of success with his debut album 'Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial', now record-tying project also, as it now serves as the longest-running No. 1 debut album since 50 Cent after hitting the one-month mark.

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Songs like "The Box" and "High Fashion" can be largely credited for the unbelievable success of the album. Eminem knocked Roddy off the throne for a brief moment when he released his "Funeral" album, but the Compton native was soon back at the top now tying 50 Cent's record.

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Roddy Ricch has now put his name up next to the greats, like 50 Cent. Even though the G-Unit boss’ accomplishments are rarely the topic of conversation these days, his influence is undeniable with releases like his debut album ‘Get Rich or Die Tryin’ from 2003. The album is the largest debut album in Hip-Hop, selling over $13.3 million records. However, it’s quite possible that Fif now has some company at the top.


Los Angeles’ Roddy Ricch is currently experiencing huge amounts of success with his debut album ‘Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial’, now record-tying project also, as it now serves as the longest-running No. 1 debut album since 50 Cent after hitting the one-month mark.






Roger Kisby/Getty Images

Songs like “The Box” and “High Fashion” can be largely credited for the unbelievable success of the album. Eminem knocked Roddy off the throne for a brief moment when he released his “Funeral” album, but the Compton native was soon back at the top now tying 50 Cent’s record.

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