(AllHipHop News) Quality Control Music has another commercially successful act. Following the achievements of Migos and Lil Yachty, fellow Atlanta-raised rapper Lil Baby can also claim a win.
That sales total puts Harder Than Ever at #3 on the latest Billboard 200. Plus, it means Lil Baby's LP collected more first-week units than Lil Yachty's most recent effort, Lil Boat 2 (64,000 units).
Lil Baby also jumped to the top of the Emerging Artists chart. The rising Trap star got a huge co-sign when Drake gave him a verse for the "Yes Indeed" single.
In addition, NAV's Reckless opened at #8 (36,000 units). The current Top 10 also includes Cardi B’s Invasion of Privacy at #5, J. Cole’s KOD at #7, Kendrick Lamar's Black Panther: The Album at #9, and Playboi Carti’s Die Lit at #10.