Future & Uzi break through the charts.
Future and Lil Uzi Vert’s new project, Pluto x Baby Pluto, has obtained great success, debuting at number 2 on the Billboard 200 charts. The album was denied the number 1 spot by AC/DC’s Power Up, but still sold 105,000 units in its first week.
Both artists continue their successful years–– each of their last solo albums debuted at no. 1. Lil Uzi was able to reached the top of the charts with his project Eternal Atake back in March while Future secured the top spot with High Off Life in May.
Pluto x Baby Pluto still logged the most streams despite not taking number 1. AC/DC reached the top of the charts by selling over 70,000 physical copies.
Pluto x Baby Pluto granted both Future and Uzi their second Top 5 project for 2020 showing that they possess an admirable level of popularity with their music. For the ATL native Future, this project marks his 14th Top 10 project since his debut in 2012, the most by any artist in that span.
— chart data (@chartdata) November 22, 2020
History of Collaboration Greatness
For the entirety of his career, Future has provided great collaboration projects with other top-tier artists. Between projects such as What a Time to Be Alive with Drake, Wrld on Drugs with Juice Wrld, and Super Slimey with Young Thug, Future has proven his versatility can lead to Top 10 projects regardless of the collaborator.
With this recent success alongside Lil Uzi, Future expands his experience of working with artists that bring out a different sound with each project. Fans will be eager to see what moves Future will make following this success.
Lil Uzi was recently offered a chance to do a feature project with Lil Xan but denied his request via Twitter. In spite of the curve to Lil Xan we still have seen Uzi give some great features with artists this year through Lil Uzi Vert Vs. The World, among other tracks.
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