La Flame boots Drizzy from No. 1.
Upon the release of his long-awaited feat ‘Astroworld,’ Travis Scott lands at number one on Billboard‘s 200 chart, replacing Drake‘s five-week streak with ‘Scorpion, making it the second largest album debut this year.
While Drizzy earned 732,000 equivalent album units his first week, Nielsen states that the Houston rapper racked up 537,000 in the week ending Aug. 9; and out of that total, 270,000 were gathered by traditional album sales.
Additionally, La Flame’s new album features Drizzy on “Sicko Mode;” and features guest appearances by Frank Ocean, Stevie Wonder, Lil Uzi Vert, Migos, Pharrell Williams, The Weeknd, Kanye West, Swae Lee and many more.
#PressPlay below to stream Travis Scott’s Astroworld