The singer/actor Tyrese achieves his first No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 after twenty years in the music industry with the arrival of “Black Rose”.
Born Tyrese Gibson, and popularly known by the stage name Tyrese, sold 83,000 copies of Black Rose, according to Nielsen Music.
That was enough to place the R&B singer ahead of Taylor Swift’s 1989 and rapper Meek Mil’s Dreams Worth More Than Money, which had spent two weeks at No. 1.
The album is also No.1 in the R&B charts of 15 countries.
Congrats, nice album.