The numbers are in.
At long last, we were gifted with one of the year's most anticipated drops when Travis Scott and Quavo came together for their Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho outing that arrived on December 22nd. After a week's worth of reviews, social media hot takes, and plenty of listens, the numbers have officially arrived and they're not too shabby.
According to Billboard, the collaborative effort debuted on the Hot 200 chart at the No. 3 spot after pulling in 90,000 units, with 17,000 of those being traditional album sales and the remaining 70,000 coming from 105.3 million streams in total--pretty good for an effort spontaneously thrust onto fans. While the amount of pure album sales sat within the range of 16,000-19,000 units, Huncho Jack was expected to move, it fell short of the No. 1 spot it was projected to nab.
This marks yet another feat for the seasoned duo. It's certainly not the first time, and likely won't be the last that Trav and Quavo have visited the Billboard Hot 200 with Scott's Birds In The Trap Sing Brian McKnight debuting at No. 1 on the chart back in 2016 and 2015's Rodeo coming out at No. 3. Earlier this year, Quavo, of course, saw a No. 1 album in Migos' Culture.