Youngboy Never Broke Again has officially earned his second #1 album on the Billboard 200 album chart, debuting at the pole position with his new project 38 Baby 2.
Despite moving only 67,000 equivalent album units, which is far less than his last #1 album AI YoungBoy 2 which had 110,000 units in its first week, 38 Baby 2 has done enough to start off at the top, beating out the other debuting albums of the week.
As reported by Billboard, Youngboy Never Broke Again is replacing DaBaby’s Blame It On Baby, which debuted at the top last week. Interestingly enough, this marks the first time that two albums with the word "Baby" in their titles debut consecutively at #1. Who knew they were keeping track of such random statistics?
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It’s a hip-hop heavy Top Five this week as DaBaby follows closely at #2, Lil Uzi Vert’s Eternal Atake stays strong at #3, and The Weeknd and Lil Baby follow with their recent projects.
This is a celebratory moment for Youngboy Never Broke Again, who has seemingly been going through some personal turmoil as of late. The rapper announced that after the release of 38 Baby 2, he would be taking an indefinite break from releasing new music. His hiatus is in full effect and he has not specified when he will return.