Kendrick Lamar's 'DAMN.' Generated 2.1 Million in Total Song Revenue Last Week

Introducing King Kendrick, the commercial beast.

When Kendrick Lamar isn't e-mailing us to talk about the way he speaks to God, it's very likely he's busy counting his money.

According to the HDD's Song Revenue Chart, which is powered by music consumption tracking company BuzzAngle Music, for the sales week ending April 26, the 14 tracks that make up Lamar's acclaimed new album DAMN. generated a whopping $2,145,175 in sales and stream revenue.

By itself, "HUMBLE.," the album's lead single and Lamar's first No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, generated $326,366 in revenue during the seven-day tracking period, of which $250,321 was from streams and $76,045 was from digital sales, while "DNA." ($280,481), "ELEMENT." ($184,321), "LOYALTY." ($181,378) and "LOVE." ($173,105) round out the top five.

Lamar's huge week helped Interscope parent company UMG claim a 66% share of the market on all digital sales and streams. SME (Sony Music Entertainment) was second with 16%.