Gunna captures his first No. 1 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart as Drip or Drown 2 debuts atop the listing dated March 9. The set earned 90,000 equal album items within the week ending Feb. 28, in response to Nielsen Music.
The rapper beforehand peaked at No. 2 on the rating together with his earlier mission, Drip Harder, a collaboration with Lil Baby, final October. His solely different entry, Drip Season, achieved a No. 25 greatest in February 2017.
Drown additionally turns into Gunna’s first chief on the Top Rap Albums chart, topping his prior greatest exhibiting, the No. 2 peak for Harder final 12 months. As beforehand reported, Drown debuts at No. three on the all-genre Billboard 200.
As Drown debuts, six of the album’s tracks concurrently debut on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, led by a No. 32 begin for “Outstanding.”
Here’s a full rundown of the brand new arrivals:
No. 32, “Outstanding”
No. 35, “three Headed Snake,” that includes Young Thug
No. 36, “Wit It”
No. 43, “Speed It Up”
No. 45, “Same Yung N***a,” that includes Playboi Carti
No. 50, “Richard Millie Plain”
In addition to the six new cuts, the album’s “One Call” re-enters at No. 37 for its third complete week on the chart. Gunna additionally boasts an eighth title on the present rating: Harder single “Drip Too Hard” with Lil Baby rebounds 11-10 in its 24th week. The collaboration peaked at No. 5 in February.
The exercise surrounding the brand new album and its songs prompts Gunna’s 63-10 surge on the Billboard Artist 100 rating. He enters the highest 10 for the primary time in his 21 weeks on the tally and simply outshines his prior excessive of No. 22, achieved final October.