Tyler, The Creator's latest album, Cherry Bomb, which he released with little notice, had a strong opening week on the charts and secured Tyler the second top five debut of his career. According to Billboard, Tyler's album moved a total of 58,000 units, with 51,000 of those coming from traditional album sales and the rest from streams. The majority of Tyler's sales came from digital stores, as the physical copies of the album didn't release until late last week. Tyler's last project, Wolf, also landed in the top five, with 89,000 copies sold in its first week.
The only other major hip-hop project to debut last week was Young Thug's Barter 6, which was able to move 19,000 units. This project was only released digitally and is set to be the precursor for Thug's official debut album, Hy!£UN35, which is scheduled to drop in August.