Rising Atlanta artists Lil Baby and Gunna have something to celebrate. The rappers' joint project, Drip Harder, which released on Oct. 4, has debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 album chart.

The project pushed 130,000 units with 121,000 attributed to just streaming alone. Drip Harder features production from Turbo, Wheezy, Quay Global, Frank Dukes, Loso, B Rackz, June, Mattazik Muzik and JET.

The two Drip Harder creators teamed up earlier this year on Lil Baby's Harder Than Ever project, on the track “Life Goes On" featuring Lil Uzi Vert. The 17-track LP climbed to No. 3 on the Billboard 200. “This like Harder Than Ever, it’s the name of it, but that’s what I'm on. To me, I’m on a whole different level of rapping,” Lil Baby said when discussing the work to Hot 107.9.

The duo doesn't plan on slowing down anytime soon. Gunna will be joining Trippie Redd and Sheck Wes on Travis Scott's Astroworld: Wish You Were Here Tour, beginning on Nov. 8. The 27-date tour will visit cities such as Atlanta, Toronto, New York, Los Angeles and more.

On the other hand, during a tour stop at L.A's Staples Center over the weekend for the Aubrey & The Three Migos Tour, Lil Baby performed his joint single with Drake, "Yes Indeed." Today (Oct. 15), Lil Baby shared his gratitude towards Drake in an Instagram post.

"Thanks For Everything You’ve Done For Me !!," he began the post. "From The Things Everybody See Onto The Things You Do Behind The Scene !! 🗣Shoutout To The Broskiiii."

Congrats to Lil Baby and Gunna on their achievement on the Billboard 200 for Drip Harder.

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