The comeback arrives three months after the album’s first No. 1 placement in its debut week with 67,000 equivalent album units in sales. Jumping between fourth, third and second-ranked placements, the album never dipped below No. 4 since its release — 15 weeks in total. Pop Smoke’s album bumped 21 Savage and Metro Boomin’s Savage Mode II to No. 2 with a difference of just 1,000 units. Trailing behind this is another posthumous album, Legends Never Die by Juice WRLD.
In case you missed it, here’s a look at the late rapper’s posthumous music video for the track “Diana” (Remix).