EXCLUSIVE: Beyonce Renaissance Album Sales DROP 72% In 1 Week … From 330k to 90k

We hope you’ve enjoyed Beyonce’s latest album, Renaissance, because it looks like it’s come and gone. Media Take Out learned that Bey’s latest album has SIGNIFICANTLY lost steam since it was released a little over two weeks ago.

The album took the world by storm, and despite what the naysayers believed, it looked set to be another HIT. The album sold 330,000 copies in its first week.

And while those numbers don’t tally with Beyonce’s previous albums, the music industry has changed — and those numbers have been EXTREMELY good for any new album.

But now that the initial intrigue with Beyonce’s album has died down, so have sales. Media Take Out confirmed Bey’s album sales are expected to drop nearly 75% between week one and week two.

And yes, we have receipts. Looks:

If this trend continues, Bey’s album will soon disappear from Apple Music and Spotify playlists.

With over 160 million records sold worldwide, Beyoncé is one of the best-selling recording artists in the world. She is the first solo artist to have her first seven studio albums number one on the Billboard 200.

Her success in the 2000s was recognized by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) as a Top Certified Artist of the Decade as well as Billboard’s Top Female Artist of the Decade.

Beyoncé’s accolades include 28 Grammy Awards, 26 MTV Video Music Awards (including the 2014 Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award), 24 NAACP Image Awards, 31 BET Awards, and 17 Soul Train Music Awards; All of these are more than any other singer. In 2014, Billboard named her the highest-earning black female musician of all time, while in 2020 she was named to Time’s 100 Women Who Shaped the Last Century.

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