PARTYNEXTDOOR’s Album ‘P4’ Lands Top 10 Debut on Billboard 200

PARTYNEXTDOOR has scored a top 10 debut on the Billboard 200 chart with his latest album, PARTYNEXTDOOR 4 (P4).

The project opens at No. 10 on the popular albums chart this week with 37,722 equivalent units sold, according to HitsDailyDouble.

It marks the Canadian singer’s third album to reach the top 10 on this chart. Prior to P4, his last visit to the top 10 was with his 2020 album, PARTYMOBILE, which settled at No. 8. 

Elsewhere on Billboard, PARTYNEXTDOOR 4 debuts at No. 2 on the Top R&B Albums chart, currently led by SZA’s SOS in its 69th week. It’s Party’s fifth top 10 album on this chart. 

PARTYNEXTDOOR. (Photo Credit: Keith Bennett)

Here is a breakdown of PARTYNEXTDOOR’s top 10 projects on Billboard’s Top R&B Albums chart:

  • PARTYNEXTDOOR Two, No. 1 for one week (2014)
  • PARTYNEXTDOOR 3 (P3), No. 1 for one week (2016)
  • PARTYMOBILE, No. 2 peak (2020)
  • PARTYNEXTDOOR 4, No. 2 peak so far (2024)
  • Colours 2 (EP), No. 7 peak (2017)

Several songs from P4 have landed on Billboard’s Hot R&B Songs chart, which calculates and ranks songs based on streaming activity, radio airplay audience impressions and sales data.

Here is a look at the tracks from P4 that have debuted on the Hot R&B Songs chart:

  • “For Certain,” No. 6
  • “No Chill,” No. 9
  • “Control,” No. 10
  • “Stuck In My Ways,” No. 12
  • “Cheers,” No. 13
  • “Make It To The Morning,” No. 14
  • Her Old Friends,” No. 19

In addition to the new songs, a couple of PARTYNEXTDOOR’s previously shared tracks are moving up on Hot R&B Songs. “Lose My Mind” jumps from No. 14 to No. 3 in its third week on the chart, while “Real Woman” moves from No. 20 to No. 11 in its seventh week. 

It’s worth noting “Her Old Friends,” released in January 2023, did not appear on the Hot R&B Songs chart until this week.

P4 was released April 26 via OVO Sound. The 14-track album includes the singles “Resentment,” “Her Old Friends,” “Real Woman” and “Lose My Mind.”

This summer, Party will kick off his Sorry I’m Outside TourHis headlining trek begins June 19 at The Van Buren in Phoenix, Arizona. From there, he will visit Los Angeles, Vancouver, Atlanta, Miami, Brooklyn and more.