Quavo's debut solo album, Quavo Huncho, is finally sitting on top of the Billboard 200 chart. After teasing the project for months with songs like "Workin Me" and "Lamb Talk," the Migos rapper delivered his first studio album on Oct. 11, but since the units sold before 12 a.m. on Friday, the project didn't count towards the following first week of sales. As a result, his project didn't climb as high as expected. However, now the effort is making its way toward No. 1.

According to Billboard, Quavo entered the charts at No. 66 but now, nearly two weeks after its release, Quavo Huncho sits at the No. 2 slot of the Billboard 200 chart. The 19-track album racked up 99,087 total album equivalent units with 5,984 pure album sales and a streaming count of 121,025,561. This week, Quavo's LP is followed by Lil Wayne, who maintains his No. 3 spot with Tha Carter V, Lil Baby and Gunna's Drip Harder at No. 4, and Ella Mai, who makes her debut in the top five with her self-titled debut album.

Before earning the top spot on the charts, Quavo recently created one of the most hilarious challenges of the year called the DJ Takeoff Challenge. Inspired by Quavo's Lil Baby-assisted single "Lose It," his Migos brethren Takeoff did an impromptu mix of the track while messing around on the turntables. Then Quavo shot a video of Takeoff on the 1s and 2s, which instantly went viral.

Congratulations to Quavo for achieving a new chart-topping accolade in the name of Quality Control.

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