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J Cole Earns Nearly $2M From ‘The Off-Season’ In Its First Week

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J Cole Makes Impressive Revenue Per Song After Just One Week

J Cole Makes Impressive Revenue Per Song After Just One Week

J Cole dropped his long anticipated album ‘The Off Season’ couple of weeks back and has once again, broken records. According to HDD, The Off-Season marks Cole’s sixth consecutive chart-topper with 288K units moved in its first week.

The 325.5 million streams the project racked up in its first week marks the largest streaming debut of any album this year.  Cole gave fans a special message yesterday following the news of his #1 debut.

“Sending a thank you from Rwanda! #1 album, I appreciate the love, i heard the noise from out here. the off-season means keep pushing yourself, I will do the same,” Cole tweeted in appreciation.

According to reports from HNHH, the North Carolina native earned nearly $2 million from song revenue after just one week.

A newly published chart revenue via Hip Hop Numbers shares that Cole collectively earned $1,727,000 from all of the song’s on The Off-Season in its first week. “My Life,” “Amari,” “Pride is the Devil” and “95 South” lead the pack with revenues of $214k, $193k, $185k, and $180k respectively.

“Applying Pressure,” “100 Mil’,” “Interlude,” “Let Go My Hand,” “Punchin’ the Clock,” and “The Climb Back” each earned the Grammy winner over $100k each, while “Hunger on Hillside” and “Close” each raked in over $90k for Cole.




He’s truly deserving.. congratulations to Jermaine!

J Cole Makes Impressive Revenue Per Song After Just One Week

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