The Atlanta rapper is familiar with the #1 spot by now.
Future's self-titled album, the first of two back-to-back releases from the Atlanta rapper, has debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200. This marks Future's 4th time topping the album charts, following 2016's EVOL, as well as 2015's DS2 and What A Time To Be Alive (with Drake).
The album moved a total of 140,000 equivalent album units, more than half of which was made up by streaming numbers. View the breakdown of the total, courtesy of Billboard, below.
Streaming Activity: 73,000 (109 million song streams)
Traditional Sales: 60,000
Track equivalent album units: 7,000
Future released his most recent album, Hndrxx, one week after FUTURE. The numbers from that project will be available next week.