Future and Juice Wrld landed in second place on the Billboard Charts with Wrld On Drugs. Though the album didn’t get the no. 1 spot, it is one of the best collab lp to hit the charts.
The 16 track lp was able to move 98,000 units with 8,000 of that generated from album sales. Streaming numbers helped push the tape near the top. The project’s 88,000 in SEA units translates to 123.4 million on-demand audio streams, making WOD the most-streamed album of the week. Both artists have seen top-five finishes already this year.
Furture’s BeastMode 2 mixtape, released in July, reached No. 3 on streaming numbers only. Juice Wrld’s Goodbye & Good Riddance project peaked at No. 4 back in August.