Chance the Rapper's 'Acid Rap' Hits No. 5 on Billboard 200 Following Streaming Debut

Chance the Rapper recently put his breakthrough mixtape 'Acid Rap' on streaming services alongside his debut project '10 Day.'

Chance the Rapper

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Chance the Rapper

Chance the Rapper recently put his breakthrough mixtape Acid Rap on streaming services alongside his debut project 10 Day. Now that they're available for streaming, they're also eligible for the Billboard 200, where they both made their debut this week despite originally dropping in 2013 and 2012, respectively.

Acid Rap arrives at No. 5, making it Chance's highest charting release so far, while 10 Day has debuted at No. 73. Coloring Book, which peaked at No. 8 when it released back in 2016, also re-entered at No. 46.

Chris Brown's 32-track album Indigo has debuted at the top spot as previously projected, making it his third No. 1 record after F.A.M.E. and Fortune. Indigo brought in 96,000 album equivalent units.

Rounding out the rest of the chart, Lil Nas X has managed to maintain his No. 2 spot with his debut EP 7. More impressively, "Old Town Road" is still No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, which means it has now dominated the singles chart for fourteen consecutive weeks. 

Mustard's Perfect Ten made its debut on the Billboard 200 at No. 8, J Balvin and Bad Bunny's surprise OASIS project landed at No. 9, while Daniel Caesar bagged his highest charting album to date at No. 17 with CASE STUDY 01

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