Chance The Rapper Debuts Top 10 With First Streaming-Only Album To Chart on Billboard 200

blame it on Shake May 22, 2016

Chance the Rapper is going to have plenty of reasons to celebrate in the future, but today’s accomplishment is one for the history books.

A week after the release of his Coloring Book project, Chance becomes the first artist to have a streaming-exclusive album chart on Billboard 200. Even better? The Chicago native debuted in the Top 10!

Released exclusively through Apple Music, the third release in Chance’s early career generated 57.3 million streams—resulting in 38,000 equivalent album sales, according to Billboard.

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Not to be outdone, Drake remained at the top spot for the third week in a row, as Views moved another 239k equivalent album sales.

Chance • Ye • Drizzy #FatherStretch

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