Yo Gotti returns with ‘White Friday / CM9’ reaching the #16 spot on the Billboard Top 200 albums chart. It reportedly sold 33,945 equivalent album units and was streamed 13.4 million times. ‘White Friday’ also earns the highest debut on Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums with the No. 4 entry.
The entry marks the rapper’s 10th charting set (and fifth top 10) since first landing on the list in 2003 with Life (No. 59 debut and peak). CM9 is the ninth installment of his Cocaine Muzik mixtape series – and is the second one from the series to chart: CM2 debuted and peaked at No. 29 in 2009
This latest release flows the success of his highest-charting album, ‘The Art of Hustle’, which peaked at #4 in March 2016.