NBA YoungBoy and Quando Rondo’s new collaborative album “3860” flops on the charts.
According to DJ Akademiks, the 16-track project earned just 15,000 equivalent album units in its first week, making it the lowest performing project of YoungBoy Never Broke Again’s mainstream career.
His 2022 collaborative album with DaBaby “Better Than You” sold 28,500 album-equivalent units (including 1,000 copies in pure album sales) in its first week.
I think it should be noted that 3860 was allegedly released without NBA YoungBoy’s knowledge. The 22-year-old Baton Rouge rapper revealed that he did not want the mixtape to be released, and noted that Quando Rondo respected his wishes. He eventually took it down from his YouTube channel due to his past disputes with Atlantic Records, and the project’s glorification of violence.
On “Want Me Dead,” from the project, Quando Rondo dissed King Von and the late rapper’s sister. “My favorite opp dead, sister talk too much, no, I don’t like the b-tch / Lul Timmy rolled her brother up, got stepped on in some Nike kicks.”
YoungBoy reacted to the lyrics, and Atlantic Records’ decision to release the mixtape by accusing them of promoting violence among Black people.
“Just pay attention to what these people promote. They are evil and don’t give a f-ck about us,” he wrote on Instagram.
“I see why they didn’t post my stop the violence message,” he concluded.
Other projects released this year by the Sincerely, Kentrell rapper include Colors, The Last Slimeto, Realer 2, 3800 Degrees, and Ma’ I Got A Family.