Travis Scott became the third album in his career to top the Billboard charts. The Epic Record artist’s JACKBOYS Compilation debuted at the top of the Billboard 200.
Scott’s seven-song project album topped the list with 154,000 copies sold, according to Nielsen Music. Of the total, 79,000 came from pure album sales, but Billboard says most of these sales came from product/album bundles.
JACKBOYS was released on Dec. 27, and Scott’s crew, consisting of Sheck Wes, Don Toliver and DJ Chase B, took part in the production. In addition to members of the Cactus Jack label, the album also featured musicians such as Young Thug, Quavo, Offset and Pop Smoke.
La Flame’s latest works were not very competitive, as they failed to debut in the Billboard 200’s Top 40. Roddy Rich’s “Please Excuse Me for Being ANTISOCIAL,” which topped the list last month, sold 74,000 copies this week, raising album sales from No.3 to No.2.