J.Cole’s ‘2014 Forest Hills Drive’ Sold How Much?

J.Cole is solidifying himself as one of hip-hop’s new legends, and if you don’t believe it or think he’s boring, there were more 300,000 fans who totally disagreed with you.

Just one week after the release of Hollywood Cole’s latest record 2014 Forest Hills Drive fans came out in droves to support the North Carolina emcee. According to HDD, he moved 361, 120 records, topping Taylor Swift’s 1989

This makes Cole’s third number one album and the highest selling of his freshmen debut J.Cole: The Sideline Story and 2013’s Born Sinner.

Congrats on the success, Jermaine. Well deserved.