X's sophomore release makes its way back into the top 10.
XXXTENTACION's legacy will be carried on through his music. Within the span of a few months, the rapper released his debut album and his sophomore before he passed away in June. While fans are waiting for his posthumous album, it's clear his second studio album ? is staying on steady rotation. This weekend, Billboard revealed that the album made its way back in the top 10 of the Billboard 200.
XXXTENTACION's second studio album has made its way back in the top 10 of the Billboard 200 chart. The rapper's album went up four spots from 14 to number 10. ? moved 32K equivalent album units within the past week.
X recently appeared on Lil Wayne's Tha Carter V song, "Don't Cry" which could have played a factor in his album climbing back into the top 10 of the Billboard 200. Additionally, his posthumous collaboration with Lil Peep and ILOVEMAKONNEN also surfaced around the same time.
The news of X's album climbing into the top 10 of the Billboard chart comes shortly after he posthumously won the award for "Best New Artist" at the BET Hip Hop Awards this past weekend. The rapper's mother accepted the award on his behalf alongside X's manager and his lawyer. The award show is set to air on October 16th.
Producer John Cunningham, who worked closely with X on his last album, revealed that the rapper's posthumous project is close to being done. Keep your eyes peeled.