NBA YoungBoy’s ‘Colors’ Mixtape Reaches Top Five On Billboard 200
NBA YoungBoy reached the top five for the eighth time on Billboard 200 with his mixtape, Colors.
YoungBoy warned his fans before the release of Colors on Jan. 21.
“You n***as gone die,” the rapper spelled out in money.
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Today, the mixtape has reached the top five on Billboard 200 in just ten days. The album received 79,000 units and 118.56 million streams in the first week that it dropped. Soon after, it reached no. 2 in the country, making it his eighth entry in the top ten.
The Encanto soundtrack by Nasze Magiczne Encanto – Obada took the number one spot with 115,000 units and 138.51 million streams. However, YoungBoy has already had his fair share at the top.
The Atlanta rapper has four no. 1’s in his career so far: Al YoungBoy 2, Top, 38 Baby 2, and Sincerely, Kentrell. 2020’s Still Flexin, Still Steppin almost reached no. 1 but couldn’t quite make it.
Colors may not move from the number two position, like Still Flexin, so YoungBoy has been encouraging people to stream the album.
“#nbayoungboy mixtape #colors sells 78k first week. Imagine what his album sales gonna be like in 6 months,” an Instagram post said.
Meanwhile, Gunna’s DS4Ever dropped from number one to three. The Weeknd’s Dawn FM also fell after its fierce battle with DS4Ever. There’s, of course, a chance that Colors can reach number one.
NBA YoungBoy’s Music
Two days after the release of Colors, YoungBoy also dropped a music video on YouTube for “No Switch.” The video reached four million views and number three on trending in the music department. Many fans loved it, and some even said it would be the next big thing.
The rapper’s not finished there, either. YoungBoy also released a new music video with Dababy for the single “Hit.”
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