Chance The Rapper’s ‘Coloring Book’ To Make Top 10 Debut On Billboard 200

blame it on Meka May 17, 2016

Whether or not it becomes eligible for GRAMMY consideration remains to be seen, but Chance The Rapper is primed to make Billboard history.

Fresh from releasing his highly-anticipated project Chance 3 Coloring Book, the Chicago talent is primed to debut within the top 10 of the upcoming Billboard 200 charts. While Kanye West recently made history as The Life of Pablo became the first album to top the Billboard 200 with over 50% is its units from streaming, Coloring Book will make a mark as the first album to hit the charts solely off streams. HitsDailyDouble has reported that Chance’s project is slated to move an album equivalent of between 40,000 and 50,000 units, putting him near the likes of Drake’s VIEWS, Beyoncé’s Lemonade and Meghan Trainor’s Thank You. Dopeness.

You can catch me blasting “No Problem” at ignorant levels all summer.

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