Yeat, the 23-year-old rapper known as the leader of the new school, has just released his highly anticipated third studio album, ‘AftërLyfe’. Despite not having any official co-signs from bigger rappers, the album has debuted at #4 on the top 100 Billboard U.S. charts, selling a total of 54,000 units in its first week.

In the current era, where album sales have greatly decreased compared to the 2000s and early 2010s, Yeat’s sales figures are considered impressive. The ‘AftërLyfe’ album features guest appearances from NBA YoungBoy and Kranky Kranky, showcasing Yeat’s ability to collaborate with other talented artists and create buzz with his music.

Known for keeping a low profile, Yeat has earned a strong following and critical acclaim through his unique sound and relatable lyrics. His rise to stardom as the leader of the new school in hip-hop has been fueled by his authenticity and innovative approach to music.

As fans continue to support Yeat and his ‘AftërLyfe’ album, it’s clear that he is a force to be reckoned with in the world of hip-hop. With his talent, passion, and drive, there’s no telling how far Yeat will go in his career.