Derek Minor’s ‘Reflection’ Hits No. 2 on iTunes US Hip-Hop Albums Chart
Nestled in nicely between the Game’s 1992 and Drake’s Views on the iTunes Top 40 US Hip-Hop Albums, is Derek Minor’s freshest release of Reflection, sitting in the no. 2 spot.
The rapper released the album at midnight October 14, and the much-anticipated release has been getting a ton of praise on social media.
Minor retweeted the following from a fan:
— Frankie Grey (@FrankieGrey17) October 14, 2016
Last night Derek Minor took over the Rapzilla Facebook and streamed live until the album’s release.
- Look At Me Now
- Hold Me
- You Know It
- Until I’m Gone (feat. BJ the Chicago Kid)
- Things Fall Apart
- Believe It
- I’m Good (feat. Janice Gaines)
- Love Go High (feat. Chrisette Michele)
- Change the World (feat. Hollyn)
- Good Enough (feat. Camille Faulkner)
- Real Ones
- Greatness 2.0
- Hand on the Bible
- Touchdown (feat. Canon)
- Drowning (feat. V. Rose)
“It’s based off of the idea that you were made in the image of God, and you have value just based off of the that,” Minor said of the album. “I feel like, in our culture today … because we’re more connected to each other than we’ve ever been, you would think that would almost create more of a confidence or create more diversity, but what we’ve seen is how divided we are.” Read more here.