Travis Scott’s ‘Astroworld’ is No. 1 on Billboard / Tekashi 6ix9ine’s ‘Dummy Boy’ Debuts at No. 2 – Details Here!
Travis Scott’s latest album Astroworld is No. 1 the Billboard 200 chart. The album returned to the top of the charts with 71,000 units sold, The boost in Astroworld sales could potentially be due to Travis’ sold out tour shows, particularly his MSG show early last week. Also, due to the release of his latest single “Yosemite,” and its accompanying video. Astroworld’s latest appearance at the top of the chart marks its third nonconservative week at No. 1.
The surprise of this week, most will agree is 6ix9ine’s debut album, Dummy Boy not landing at No. 1 on the Billboard chart. Although the album only had three days since its release, it did however land at No. 2 on the charts. The album unlike the other albums on the chart which had a full seven days of sales tracking, only had three. With Tekashi incarcerated the normal series of promotions were not present. The controversial rapper who likes to brag about his 10 for 10 No. 1 singles will probably be heated at his album’s No. 2 debut with 66,000 units sold.
In other Travis Scott news, the star is planning to release an Astroworld-themed line of smoking accessories. He’s currently awaiting trademark approvals that would allow him to sell smoking accessories such as bongs, pipes and hookahs with his Astroworld logo on them.
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