Future‘s latest effort, Save Me, has made its way to the #5 spot on the Billboard 200 albums chart.
Per the publication, the seven-track EP moved 42,000 equivalent album units, with 5,000 of those actual album sales. The feat accounts for the Atlanta trap star’s 12th top-ten project.
Save Me follows Future’s last full-length project, The WIZRD, which debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 albums chart in February. The EP features the previously released singles “XanaX Damage” and “Government Official.”
Additional offerings include “St. Lucia” which features ad-libs about pop culture icons Tommy Lee and Pamela Anderson, “Please Tell Me” and “Shotgun.”
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