Music newcomers Rae Sremmurd‘s new SremmLife landed on the sales chart this week in the Top 5 with nearly 50,000 copies sold.

Their new album secured a spot at number five thanks to 49,000 copies.

The lone debut in the top 10 — and the only bow in the top 30 — starts at No. 5, as hip-hop duo Rae Sremmurd enters with its first set, SremmLife. The album shifted 49,000 units in its first week, powered by 34,000 in traditional album sales. (Billboard)

Check out the initial first-week projections right here…

Last week estimates had the album selling up to 35,000 copies.

Top 15 Albums: Taylor Swift (110-115k), J. Cole (35-40), *Rae Sremmurd (30-35k), Nicki Minaj (30-35k) (HITS Daily Double)

Rae Sremmurd have released handfuls of notable hit records in the past few months.

The album features the hit singles “No Flex Zone” (which peaked at No. 8 on Hot Rap Songs) and the No. 2 smash “No Type.” The act’s latest Rap hit, “Throw Sum Mo,” featuring Nicki Minaj & Young Thug, debuts at No. 19 on the chart dated Jan. 17. (Billboard)

The rap duo recently talked about their music influences.

Although the brothers Sremmurd have equally broad taste – they claim that their current favorites are Future, Juicy J and “old Bon Jovi” – they attribute their irresistible hooks to a lifetime of partying. “We grew up in the club, so we know what’s going to make the club move,” says Jimmy. (Rolling Stone)