The first week sales totals for Future and Young Thug's surprise joint project Super Slimey are in, and they're pretty solid. According to the folks at Billboard, the project moved 75,000 equivalent album units, and landed at No. 2 on their Top 200 albums chart.

Of Super Slimey's 75,000 units sold, 15,000 of the sales were of the traditional variety. It moved 2,000 track equivalent albums and 58,000 streaming equivalent album units. The latter number translates to a whopping 87 million streams in just a week's time. The project marks Thugger's highest-charting effort to date, and the best debut for a joint project since 2015's Drake and Future joint projectWhat a Time to Be Alive.

Super Slimey's success also marks yet another crazy debut for Hendrix, giving him his third top three debut of 2017. His first two were his self-titled album and HNDRXX, both released in the winter. It's safe to say Future's reign will continue on.

In other album sales news, Post Malone's Stoney continues its resurgence. This past week it moved 44,000 equivalent album units. The project came almost a year ago, so that's pretty impressive. Then there's Gucci Mane's Mr. Davis, which moved another 36,000 equivalent album units, maintaining its spot in the Top 200. It was a good week for rap.

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