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The Kid Laroi’s ‘F*CK LOVE 3’ debuts at No. 1 on Billboard 200

The Kid LAROI’s final trilogy installment in F*CK LOVE 3: OVER YOU debuts at No. 1 on the US Albums chart. After dropping the deluxe to FL3 last Monday, LAROI sold over 80,000 units in his first week.

This will be his first No. 1 album in his career thus far and is the youngest artist in this decade to eclipse a No. 1 berth on the Billboard Top 200 Albums chart.

Not only did The Kid LAROI body his Rolling Loud set July 24, he continues to ride the success of his latest album, F*CK LOVE 3, by dropping its subsequent deluxe Monday night.

Releasing six new tracks after teasing a few snippets Sunday on social media, FL3 continues to creep up on the charts as LAROI’s poised for another blockbuster year.

The young Australian released the third installment of his debut trilogy series FUCK LOV3 on July 23. With seven new tracks — along with the deluxe’s six featureless add-ons — The Kid LAROI ends the initial era of his career with a bang, with help from Polo G, Stunna Gambino, GHerbo, Justin Bieber and others.

After a fantastic run in 2020 with both F*CK LOVE and F*CK LOVE (SAVAGE), The Kid Laroi is back to finish what he started — announcing his upcoming album, FUCK LOV3, will release July 23.

This news follows FL3’s smashing lead single “Stay” with Justin Bieber as well as his most recent feature on Polo G’s “No Return” with Lil Durk. “Stay” remains at No. 1 on the US Spotify chart with 2.193 million streams. It has spent fivr days at No. 1 since it’s release.

The Australia-based artist has been making waves with his recent collaborations, also featured on Bieber’s newest album, Justice, earlier this year — in addition to dropping a remix of “Without You” with Miley Cyrus.

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His ability to procure high-profile features has no doubt been affected by a change in management, after he recently left the Lil Bibby-managed Grade A Productions (Juice WRLD’s label) to work with the coveted Scooter Braun — who is no stranger to developing superstars.

Listeners can expect to hear high-quality crooning over both melancholy and high-energy production alike, as the 17-year-old singer continues to grow his sound at an unrivaled pace. His eclectic group of collaborators will no doubt have a couple of appearances on the upcoming project, but until then, fans will have to wait for LAROI’s finale to his trilogy era.