NBA YoungBoy Hits Number 1 on Artist 100 for First Time
NBA YoungBoy (Never Broke Again) has landed his first number 1 on the Artist 100. Thanks to this album “Top” catapulting from number 41 to the peak, YoungBoy lands his third leader in less than a year. With 126,000 units earned in its first week, the rapper is making noise in his young career. Furthermore, on the singles chart, the artist has nine songs in the Hot 100, and 47 total in his career. The highest-ranking song from his most recent project is “My Window” featuring Lil Wayne. This song sits at number 35. Additionally, “Drug Addiction” comes in at number 44, “Kacey Talk” at 50, “All in” featuring Rod Wave at 67. In addition to those songs, “Dead Trollz” is at 72, “Cross Roads” at 76, “The Last Backyard” at number 81, “Right Foot Deep” at number 88, and “Dirty Stick” at number 98.
This is a serious feat for NBA YoungBoy as all nine songs from the “Top” album have charted. The numbers show that this is his best-selling album to date. Previous projects “Al YoungBoy 2” and “38 Baby 2” both hit the peak. However, “Still Flex, Still Steppin” released in March peaked in the number 2 spot. Most noteworthy, it is no secret that NBA YoungBoy is a hard-working artist. Although he claimed he was going to take a break from music in early 2020, this most recent release says otherwise. One might wonder whether he could benefit from laying low and creating a high-end album. However, based on his charting history over the past year, the fans seem to be fully supporting the frequently released projects. The album certainly benefited from veteran features such as Lil Wayne and Snoop Dogg. Keep an eye on the charts moving forward to see how YoungBoy continues to rank among his peers.