Odd Future leader Tyler, the Creator‘s new Chery Bomb album has snagged a Top 5 debut this week after selling nearly 60,000 copies since its release.

According to reports, the new LP fell four slots back from debuting atop the sales chart Wednesday (April 22).

Rapper Tyler, The Creator starts at No. 4 with his quasi-surprise release Cherry Bomb (58,000 units). The album was announced on April 8, with a release date of April 14, but it bowed slightly earlier than expected via digital retailers on April 13. The physical version of the album started arriving in stores on April 17. Tyler, The Creator’s last album, 2013’s Wolf, debuted and peaked at No. 3 off an 89,000 sales start. (Billboard)

Listen to Tyler, the Creator’s new “Yellow” song on the next page…

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Based on one-day estimates, Tyler’s LP was expected to easily land on the Top 10 albums chart this week.

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Recently, Tyler claimed iTunes prematurely announced his album’s availability an hour before he unveiled it on Twitter.

“We were supposed to tell everybody to subscribe to the thing,” Tyler said referring to his new Gold Media application. “That technically still happened but I was still editing the video at nine. It was supposed to be up at nine and then f*cking iTunes put the pre-order of the album up at eight. So that’s an hour. Now me personally, I never put out music without the visual first. That’s how I always do my sh*t. Here’s your video, here’s your song, then I announce everything after that. Apple f*cked me in the a** so bad. F*ck Apple. They’re cool but you know we had this planned at nine. Suck a d*ck.” (“The Shane Show”)

Tyler broke the big album news to fans on Twitter days before the LP dropped.