Hip Hop artist Lil Baby continues his hot streak on the Billboard charts, as his album ‘My Turn’ is number one again for a consecutive week.
After dropping a non-album single with ‘The Bigger Picture‘, Lil Baby’s second studio album immediately landed back on the number one spot. Now for a second week in a row, ‘My Turn’ sits at top of the U.S. Billboard 200 Chart.
According to Nielsen Music/MRC Data, ‘My Turn’ earned 72,000 equivalent album units in the week ending June 18. Helping to bring in the success is “We paid” featuring 42 Dugg, which itself climbed from number 27 to 14 on the streaming songs chart.
“I’ma turn it up a lil’ more this time
Used to dream about gettin’ it, now I got it, I don’t drive
I had a spot like a varsity, what do you have?
You buy twenty, I’ll front what you buy
I put on drip, I believe I can I fly
Ni–as know that I’m rich, but they know not to try
I had a show in Detroit and I stopped at Revive
And spent fifty on all the guys
All of these hoes in these stores make commission,” Lil Baby on ‘We Paid’.
Lil baby joins only two other artist who have been able to sit atop at number one for at least three weeks overall. The Weeknd’s ‘After hours’ claimed the number one spot for four weeks and Roddy Ricch‘s ‘Please Excuse Me for Being Antisocial’ had three number one honors in 2020.