Lil Durk‘s The Voice has arrived on the Billboard Hot 100.
Four tracks from the newly-released project made their way to the chart for the first week of 2021, including the King Von-assisted “Still Trappin'” at No. 53, “Redman” at No. 71, “Refugee” at No. 86 and “Death At Easy” at No. 93.
The Voice arrived on a Thursday as opposed to the industry standard of Friday, which meant Durk’s “first week numbers” were based on only one day of sales – and he still debuted with 23,000 equivalent album units sold. The following week, however, he sold an additional 70,000, which could put him on pace for a No. 3 Billboard 200 placement when the chart arrives on Tuesday (January 5).
In celebration of the sales, Durk referred to himself as the greatest of all time on Twitter.
“Really 93k first week,” he wrote with a goat emoji. “the voice.”
Really 93k first week 🐐 the voice
— THE VOICE (@lildurk) January 2, 2021
While 6ix9ine had a mouthful to say after the initial 23,000 report, he’s since remained silent with the updated tally. Durk’s famous friends are celebrating the win though, including Trippie Redd, Tory Lanez and G Herbo.
“That basically means u did 100K if I add ur 1 day of sales to this,” Trippie wrote on Instagram to Durk with a fire emoji. Herbo added, “Lol don’t playyyyy.”
Stream The Voice in full below.