Lil Baby’s ‘My Turn’ Tops Charts

blame it on Wongo March 9, 2020

Taking 2019 off seemed to work out pretty well for Lil Baby as the Atlanta rapper earned his first No. 1 Billboard album thanks to his sophomore effort, My Turn.

Pushing 197,000 units this past week, the album also becomes the fourth time Lil Baby has earned a top-five placement on the charts 2018’s Harder Than Ever landing at No. 3, Street Gossip peaking at No. 2 and his Drip Harder collab with Gunna which peaked at No. 4.

In the realm of rap, Roddy Ricch’s Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial came in at No. 5, G Herbo’s PTSD showed up at No. 7 and YoungBoy Never Broke Again’s Still Flexin, Still Steppin can be found at No. 10.

In addition to the Billboard achievement, Lil Baby also took his talents to DJ Clue and Funk Flex for a pair of on-point freestyles. Check them out below.