Lecrae's new album 'REHAB' is heating up the iTunes charts (view here). He also has a song currently charting #73 in iTunes Top Hip Hop/Rap singles. Which brings me to a question: Why is "Killa" more popular than songs like "High"?
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Lecrae 'REHAB' just came out today and already this morning is making noise on the iTunes chart quicker than any other Christian Hip Hop release. Charting #2 in the Hip Hop/Rap albums behind Lil Wayne's new release and #3 over all albums of iTunes (behind Lil Wayne #1 and Kenny Chesney #2).
Update 10AM EST: The album is now #3 in iTunes Australia Top Hip Hop/Rap albums and #35 overall. In iTunes New Zealand it has also jumped to #2 Hip Hop/Rap albums and #23 overall. iTunes in the United Kingdom has 'REHAB' at #3 in Hip Hop/Rap albums.
The Americas still has a few hours before Lecrae's new album 'REHAB' drops on iTunes but in other parts of the world it's out. Already charting #6 in the Top Hip Hop/Rap Albums of
iTunes Australia and #3 in the Top Hip Hop/Rap Albums of iTunes New Zealand.
Lecrae is back with his fourth studio album: 'Rehab'. His previous projects displayed his passion to be unashamed, encouraged believers to live for Christ after the music stops and be rebels. Rehab conveys the message of rehabilitation, redemption and recovery.
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