Logic's Everybody album was met with a lot of high praise from his loyal and strong fan base, as well as much of the hip-hop community, and now the official numbers are in. According to Billboard, the Maryland rapper's latest release just debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart, moving approximately 247,000 equivalent album units in its first week, according to Nielsen Music. This also marks the first No. 1 album for Logic as well, hitting a major milestone for the rapper.

Even more surprising to some, Everybody sold about 196,000 in traditional album sales. Reports say this makes it Logic's third top 10 album of his career, with it being the fourth entry overall on the list, following in the footsteps of Bobby Tarantino (No. 12 in 2016), The Incredible True Story (No. 3 in 2015) and Under Pressure (No. 4 in 2014).

Last week (May 9), it was predicted by the outlet that the "Black SpiderMan" MC's latest release would be hitting No. 1 on the charts in its first week. Billboard estimated the rapper would be moving around 210,000 album equivalent units in the first week, so the actual numbers are not too far off.

Following the dropping of Everybody, Logic is slated to hit the road for his Everybody's Tour with Joey Bada$$ and Big Lenbo this summer. The tour is slated to kick off in Salt Lake City, Utah on July 7, hitting 29 cities before wrapping up on August 26 in Toronto. You can see a full list of the tour dates here.

Congratulations to Logic on the major milestone for his latest album release.

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