Travis Scott Thanks His Fans & Team for 'Jackboys' No. 1 Debut: 'This Means a Lot to Me'

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Travis Scott performs during Lil Weezyana 2019 at UNO Lakefront Arena on Sept. 7, 2019 in New Orleans.

The Travis Scott-led Jackboys project launched to No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart (dated Jan. 11, 2020), an accomplishment the rapper is incredibly proud of.

"This means a lot to me," he wrote on Instagram on Tuesday (Jan. 7). "What was pack of some joints we like ended up being called an album by many. Goes number 1. (First of the decade) Not a label but a family we Call Cactus jack. Cant thank every fan that goes hard everyday. Ogizzery and sick and Dave lock in brought it home. Love yallll."

Jackboys, aka Scott, Sheck Wes, Don Toliver and Chase B, dropped the seven-track project on Dec. 27.  Five of the tracks are credited to Jackboys, plus a remix of Scott’s solo single “Highest in the Room,” featuring Rosalía and Lil Baby.


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