Hype around Chris Brown and Young Thug‘s joint offering, the ‘Slime & B’ mixtape, came and went in a blink.
Released on the R&B singer’s 31st birthday (May 5), the 13-song set may have featured appearances from Hip-Hop heavyweights Gunna, Future, Too $hort, E-40, and more, but the absence of traditional promotion (as well as its unconventional Tuesday release) led to an abysmal #55 debut on the Billboard 200 – the lowest premiere of any Brown effort to date.
Although its inaugural positioning was powered by sales of approximately 13,000 SPS, the project fared better on the refreshed Billboard 200 as it enjoyed its first full tracking week.
Look inside to see just how many units it sold in week 2 and where it landed as a result:
Chris Brown & Young Thug’s ‘Slime & B’ Mixtape
Second Week Sales (SPS): 19,300 units
Second Week Sales (Pure): 1,200 units
Second Week Billboard 200 Placement: #24
Thanks to its first full week of sales tracking, the mixtape jumped to #24 on the main album chart. Another special note, the only song from the project to impact the Hot 100 to date is ‘Go Crazy’ – which premiered at #76.
Its appearance comes as Brown’s 101st, extending his record as the R&B singer with the most chart entries in history.
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