Nipsey Hussle’s Music Sales Increase 2,776% After Death

We wish these numbers knew Nipsey Hussle and what he stood for before his death but that is not the case.

Barely 48 hours since the fatal shooting that took the life of Nipsey Hussle, Billboard reports his music sales have shot up astronomically.

The site reports sales of his music increased 2,776 percent in the U.S., according to initial reports to Nielsen Music, as fans mourn his death through music.

On Sunday, Nipsey’s catalog of songs and albums sold a combined 15,000 copies — up 2,776 percent compared to a little under 1,000 on Saturday. Isolating just his songs, they sold 13,000 downloads on Sunday (up 2,588 percent compared to less than 1,000 on Saturday). His albums sold nearly 2,000 copies on Sunday (a rise of 6,412 percent from a negligible sum).

Nipsey’s best-selling song on Sunday was his recently released single “Racks in the Middle,” featuring Roddy Ricch and Hit-Boy, which sold nearly 3,000 downloads (an increase of 1,507 percent compared to a negligible total on Saturday).