Less than a year after his third studio album, Everybody, peaked atop the list with 247,000 units, Logic's latest project, which arrived the same week it was announced, moved 119,000 units in its first week. Of the total, 32,000 were in traditional sales. Logic's previous entry in the Bobby Tarantino series reached No. 12 in 2016 with 19,000 copies in its first week. Safe to say, the Def Jam rapper is enjoying a good run.
The Bobby Tarantino vs Everybody Tour. Tickets on sale Friday. pic.twitter.com/swYgoeNDnn— Bobby Bestseller (@Logic301) March 13, 2018
He is also set to head out on his Bobby Tarantino vs. Everybody Tour in June, joined by NF and KYLE.
Another top debut on the album chart this week is Lil Yachty, whose latest studio album, Lil Boat 2, picked up 64,000 units in sales. Powered by streams, 54,000 streaming equivalent albums (SEA) units to be exact, about 7,000 of its total were in traditional albs sales. Not only is this Yachty's highest entry on the chart, Lil Boat 2 also gives the rapper his best sales week as well. His last album, Teenage Emotions, debuted at No. 5 last year with 46,000 units.
For more on this week's Billboard 200 chart, head here.