'It’s a mixtape, I don’t even know how!' Lanez tells Billboard of the achievement.
Tory Lanez scores his third No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Rap Albums chart, as The New Toronto 3 debuts on the list dated April 25. The set earned 64,000 equivalent album units earned in the week ending April 16, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data.
The project, the third in the Canadian rapper-singer’s mixtape series, is the first to reach any Billboard chart. The original Toronto was released in 2015, while the second installment followed in 2017.
Before Toronto 3, Lanez reigned on Top Rap Albums with his studio debut, I Told You, in 2016 and Love Me Now? In 2018. Between the pair, he also logged a No. 2 peak with his 2017 album, Memories Don’t Die.