Tyler & Co.’s The Odd Future Tape Vol. 2 sold 40,000 albums in it’s first week on the charts, landing at No. 5 overall and taking Drizzy’s place as the number one Hip-Hop album. Distributed through their own Odd Future Records, it is the strongest debut for the eccentric group since founding their own imprint under Sony’s RED distribution.
Odd Future Lands On #5 On Charts