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Tyler, the Creator sold more vinyl records than any other male artist in 2023

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Tyler, the Creator. (Shutterstock/Ben Houdijk)

Tyler, the Creator is officially the king of vinyls.


According to Chart Data, the Odd Future frontman sold a total of 552,000 vinyl records in the United States alone in 2023.


That's more than any other male artist.


Travis Scott sold 474,000, while Kendrick Lamar and Mac Miller sold 382,000 and 354,000 respectively, Chart Data reported.


According to Chart Data, Taylor Swift sold the most vinyls records of any artist in the US last year, shipping an eye-watering 3.484 million.


Lana Del Rey sold the second most with 646,000.


Celebrating his accolade, Tyler wrote in an Instagram story: “Thanks to you all for not only supporting but keeping physical media alive!!!!!”



In 2023, Tyler released the deluxe edition of his 2021 album "Call Me If You Get Lost," titled "The Estate Sale."


The project featured eight new tracks, boasting features from A$AP Rocky, Vince Staples and YG, as well as production from Ye, the artist formerly known as Kanye West.


Shortly after the release of the deluxe edition, "Call Me If You Get Lost" was certified platinum by Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).

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