New album of DJ Khaled failed to go on No.1 on Billboard charts and now he’s threatening Billboard that they got album packages to boost rankings.
With the release of Father of Asahd, the producer was gunning for his third-straight No. 1 album. That plan fell through as Tyler, The Creator swooped in with his own No. 1 album titled Igor.
Either way, Page Six reports that Khaled is planning to sue Billboard over the way the albums were counted (or not accounted for). Lawyers representing the hip hop star have already sent a letter to Silvio Pietroluongo, SVP of charts and data development at Billboard, demanding a recount.
Billboard-Hollywood Reporter Media Group president, Deanna Brown, stated:
In this particular instance, we saw an organization encouraging purchases among their members by promising them material and organizational benefits.
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