The UK rapper has scored his first NO. 1 on the UK Charts with “Big Conspiracy”. The album tops the chart with 23,536 sales with Eminem coming in second. His previous album “Common Sense” reached No. 6 back in 2017 when it was released. The Official Charts Company reports that 94% of the total for “Big Conspiracy” came from streaming.
J Hus’ sophomore album has produced hit singles so far, and some have broken into the top 40. First up was “Must Be,” which became the rapper’s highest-charting tune when it rose to No. 5 last year. He followed that up with “No Denying,” which made it to No. 33.
Also three new songs off the album make it to the top 40 such as “Play Play” which features Burna Boy comes in at No. 11, followed by the title track, “Big Conspiracy” featuring Icee TGM and which starts at No. 19. “Repeat,” featuring Koffee, launches at No. 21.
“Big Conspiracy” was executively produced by hit maker Jae 5, reuniting the iconic duo once again to create magic. As it stands “Big Conspiracy” is undoubtedly set to be the album of the year.
By: Muyiwa Aguda