Chance the Rapper‘s mixtapes, Acid Rap and 10 Day have debuted on the Billboard 200 chart after being made available for streaming services and retail release.
Billboard reports Acid Rap debuted at No. 5 on its 200 chart with 40,000 equivalent album units earned in the week ending July 4.
The mixtape becomes Chance’s highest-charting set and second top 10 of his career following 2016’s Coloring Book. Meanwhile, 10 Day debuted at No. 73 with 10,000 equivalent album units.
The mixtapes, which were actually released early in Chance’s career, were made available on Apple Music, Spotify and other major streaming services last month.
Chance the Rapper released his first mixtape, 10 Day, in 2012 and Acid Rap the next year.
The hip-hop star also has made 10 Day, Acid Rap and Coloring Book available on vinyl.
In February, Chance revealed that new music was on the way, hinting at a July release for his first, full-fledged album.
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