Tyler, the Creator has landed at the No. 3 spot on the Billboard 200 chart with Call Me If You Get Lost: The Estate Sale, Chart Data reports.
According to the Twitter account, Tyler’s deluxe LP splashed on the coveted chart landing behind Melanie Martinez’s Portals and Morgan Wallen’s One Thing At A Time. Since CMIYGL’s deluxe iteration counts towards the original’s album sales, the record jumped 134 spots on the list to round out the top three.
“Billboard 200: #3(+134) @tylerthecreator, CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST 68,000 (1,210,000 units since release). peak: #1 for 2 weeks,” reads their tweet.
The Odd Future leader dropped Call Me If You Get Lost: The Estate Sale on Friday (March 31). The deluxe version of his Grammy award-winning LP featured 8 new songs, including “DOGTOOTH,” “WHARF TALK,” featuring A$AP Rocky, and “HEAVEN TO ME.”
Ahead of its release, the California native tweeted about the project, describing it as one of the first projects he made with a ton of additional cuts that needed to be heard.
“CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST WAS THE FIRST ALBUM I MADE WITH ALOT OF SONGS THAT DIDNT MAKE THE FINAL CUT,” he typed. “SOME OF THOSE SONGS I REALLY LOVE, AND KNEW THEY WOULD NEVER SEE THE LIGHT OF DAY, SO I’VE DECIDED TO PUT A FEW OF THEM OUT.”
Elsewhere in “Bunnyhop’s” discography, the multi-talented artist celebrated the tenth anniversary of his sophomore LP, Wolf, by releasing its instrumentals on all streaming platforms.
Much like The Estate Sale, Wolf debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 in 2013, selling 89,000 copies in its inaugural week.