The tracks are led by "Deja Vu," which landed in the No. 7 spot on the list and earned Cole his first Hot 100 top 10. Previously, his highest peak was the No. 13 spot with "Work Out" off his debut album Cole World: The Sideline Story. "Deja Vu" has also charted higher than Bryson Tiller's "Exchange," which as many know uses a similar beat. The producers of each respective track event went at it on Twitter. "Exchange" peaked at No. 26 on the Billboard Hot 100.
The accomplishment instantly makes the rapper only one of a few artists in history to have every song from their new album chart. Most recently, the Weeknd's Starboy achieved the same feat, but it's a pretty big deal considering Cole's album achieved all of this without the help of features.
The rapper's feature-less fourth studio album, 4 Your Eyez Only, also debuted at the No. 1 spot on the Billboard 200 album chart with the third-biggest first sales week of the year. He moved 492,000 equivalent album units, which is only topped by Drake's Views and Beyonce's Lemonade.