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Odd Future Lands On #5 On Charts

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.

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