New Music May 27, 2020

‘High Off Life’ becomes Future’s highest-charting ARIA album

‘High Off Life’ becomes Future’s highest-charting ARIA album

US rapper and producer has just dropped his eighth studio album, and High Off Life is already proving to be one of his most successful releases internationally.

His star power in the US is unquestioned, with the LP becoming his seventh #1 on the Billboard 200. It has also landed at the top of the latest Rolling Stone Top 200 Albums Chart.

That success has now translated into his highest-ever placing on the ARIA Albums Chart, with the Sony Music-released  High Off Life debuting at #15 on the latest chart.

Future had previously broken the Top 50 of the chart on five occasions, with his previous best effort on collaborative 2018 release Future & Juice WRLD Present… WRLD On Drugs (#28).

His best effort as a solo artist was 2016’s Evol which made it to #31.

Future’s longevity can be seen through how often he works with up-and-coming artists, with more recently-broken acts like DaBaby, Lil Uzi Vert and more features on the album.

All eyes will be on High Off Life this week as Future tries to rack up a second week on the ARIA chart with the release, something he’s never previously accomplished.

Undoubtedly, the album’s collaborations have helped to boost its profile in Australia, with Australian radio regulars and both jumping on board for feature tracks.

‘Life Is Good’ has been tracking well at Aussie radio, which features Drake, enjoying plenty of spins on The Edge 96.1 and SCA’s Urban Hits, as well as a few plays on triple j.

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