After the success of Don Toliver’s debut studio album Heaven or Hell, the Houston rapper and singer is aiming for an even bigger charts movement with its follow-up, Life of a Don. Already, it’s taken Number One on the Apple Music Pre-Add Chart.
Toliver’s debut reached Number Seven on the Rolling Stone Top 200 Albums Chart, spawned a string of RS 100 hits, and helped him become one of the biggest breakthrough acts of 2020.
Pre-adds allow listeners to queue up an album to be added to their library when it’s released, offering a good indication of the albums that fans are most excited for. It’s a strong sign that the record is leading the pre-add chart, where previous RS 200 toppers like Rod Wave, Olivia Rodrigo, and Moneybagg Yo have also hit the top spot.
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Elsewhere on this week’s chart, Wale enters at Number Two with Folarin II, his first album in nearly two years; PinkPantheress enters at Number Four with her debut mixtape, To Hell With It, and Jason Aldean’s MACON rises 18 spots to Number Five.
Apple Music Pre-Add Chart – October 1st through October 7th
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