Lil Baby’s recently released album ‘My Turn,’ has debuted at number one, according to Billboard, earning 184,000 in SEA units which totals 261.6 million on-demand streams for the first week. Billboard reports the Atlanta rapper earned 197,000 equivalent album units in the U.S. in the week ending March 5 total.
“My Turn” was released February 28, a 20-track project with guest appearances from Future, Lil Wayne, Lil Uzi Vert, Young Thug, Moneybagg Yo, Gunna and more.
It may be his first No. 1 album, however, this is not the “Woah” rapper’s first-time at the top of the charts. In fact, My Turn makes Lil Baby’s 5th album to chart overall and his fourth in the top ten. His solo projects Street Gossip (2018), and Harder Than Ever (2018) both debuted in the top five. His collaborative project with Gunna Drip Harder (2018) earned the No. 4 spot.
Lil Baby is joined on the charts by Bad Bunny who’s Leap Day release earns him the No. 2 spot. YHLQMDLG moved 179,000 equivalent album units with 142,000 accounted for by strictly streaming.
If you haven’t heard the album, you can do so here.