It seems all the excitement surrounding Drake and Future’s mixtape What A Time To Be Alive has died down. The joint project was so highly anticipated by fans that when it was finally available on iTunes it sold 334,000 pure albums giving it one of the biggest sales weeks this year. However, following the first week high the project hit an ultimate low after suffering an 81% drop in sales in the second week, one of the worst sales drops ever seen in hip-hop history.

In the second week, the album only sold 65,000 copies. What A Time To Be Alive was also edged out of it’s number one spot on the billboard chart by Fetty Wap’s debut album. However thanks to streaming was able to sit at number two.

Check down below for other major sales drops in Hip-Hop history.

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Drake and Future aren’t the only artist to ever have a huge first week in sales and fall off by the second week. Other major-selling rap albums to suffer a drop in sales in the second week are Mac Miller’s Blue Slide Park (83% – 144,000 to 25,000), Kanye West’s Yeezus (80% – 327,000 to 65,000), Jay Z’s Kingdom Come (79% – 680,000 to 140,000), and Kanye West’s My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy (78% – 496,000 to 108,000).

Source AllHipHop