Tupac's appearance on the stage of the annual Coachella Festival two weeks ago, alongside Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre, garnered so much attention, it has been one of the most discussed topics since.
Well, buzz equals music sales ... and Pac albums see a boost in sales.
According to Billboard.biz, the late rapper's virtual appearance helped boost sales of his previously release works, spurring the re-entry of his Greatest Hits album on the Billboard 200 chart.
Pac's 1998 Greatest Hits album returned to the Billboard 200 for the first time since 2000, as it climbs to #129 with 4,000 copies sold, a gain of 571% over the previous week.
His other popular albums also saw sales gains, reports Billboard -- including All Eyez On Me (2,000; up 95%) and Me Against the World (1,000; up 53%).
Additionally, three of Tupac's singles saw sales increases, two of which the "hologram" performed at Coachella. "Hail Mary" sold 13,000 downloads last week, recording a 1,530% sales increase; "California Love" sold 11,000 downloads (up 119%); and"2 Of Amerikaz Most Wanted" sold 9,000 (up 881%).
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