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The crazy tweets captivated the timeline and Future is running up the charts with his High Off Life album set to debut at No. 1.

The album is Future’s seventh album at the top bringing in 153,000 equivalent album units in the first week in the United States, Billboard reports. Of his total, 16,000 of the units were traditional album sales.

High Off Life did 186.3 million on-demand streams for the week ending May 21. The 16,000 physical sales are from bundle packages sold through Future’s webstore.

This first-week run is the biggest of his solo career. He eclipsed this total one time with the What a Time To Be Alive joint effort with Drake.

Coming into the second spot is Polo G with his second album, The Goat. The Chicago rapper brought in 99,000 units.