Since its release on February 28, the project moved 197,000 equivalent album units in the week ending March 5. While 10,000 of that sum came from traditional album sales and 4,000 via track equivalent albums (TEA), 184,000 came from streaming, making it the week’s most-streamed release.
While it’s Lil Baby’s first Billboard number one, the Atlanta rapper is not new to the charts. This is his fifth charting album and fourth top 10. His previous mixtape releases Street Gossip, Drip Harder, and 2018 debut studio album Harder Than Ever have all made the Top 10.
Bad Bunny landed the second chart spot with YHLQMDLG earning a history-making 179,000 equivalent albums, making it the highest-charting all-Spanish-language album of all time.