J. Cole’s ‘The Off-Season’ Reportedly Pulled in $1.73 Million in the First Week


J. Cole's latest album allegedly generated over a million dollars

has had a triumphant moment since unleashing his sixth studio album, The Off-Season two weeks ago. As claims, in the successful opening week, the album brought in $1.73 million. Ak took to to share the data.

“J. Cole ‘The Off-Season' generated $1.73 million in revenue in its first week of release,” read DJ Akademiks' tweet.

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The Off-Season saw a high demand among Cole's massive and loyal fanbase. The 12-track album sold over 37K pure copies and raked over 290 million streams, shooting to the apex of 200. The album marked the 36-year-old's sixth consecutive number one album.

For the latest, Cole left Rwanda on Wednesday (May 26), after fulfilling his contractual obligations with Basketball Africa League. Cole will also headline the Rolling Loud California 2021 festival, along with and . The festival will happen on December 10th-12th, 2021 at the NOS Events Center in San Bernardino.

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