According to Billboard, the Baton Rouge rapper’s latest album, 38 Baby 2, has landed in the Billboard 200 chart’s coveted spot.
The album, featuring guests such as DaBaby, sold roughly 67,000 total album equivalent units as noted by Nielsen Music/MRC Data.
It’s Youngboy’s second No. 1 album following last year’s Al Youngboy 2, which debuted with around 110,00 total album equivalent units earned.
38 Baby 2 tallied up 96 million on-demand streams and also made him the fastest solo artist to have back-to-back No. 1 albums since Future, who achieved the feat with his self-titled album and HNDRXX in 2017.
Meanwhile, DaBaby’s Blame It On Baby — which was No. 1 last week — drops to No. 2 with approximately 56,000 total album equivalent units sold, while Lil Uzi Vert’s Eternal Atake lands at No. 3 with around 49,000 total album equivalent units sold. Elsewhere on the chart, The Weeknd’s After Hours settles at No. 4 with roughly 48,000 total album equivalent units sold and Lil Baby’s My Turn at No. 5 with 41,000 sold.
Following the success of his Fortnite virtual concert, Travis Scott’s Astroworld climbed back into the Top 10 with 28,000 total album equivalent units sold to place No. 9 on the chart. Megan Thee Stallion’s recently released Suga rose back into the Top 10 at No. 10 with 27,000 total album equivalent units sold thanks in large part to a new remix of the project’s “Savage” single featuring Beyoncé.