Collision Records released the debut album of its newest artist, Corey Paul, on Friday, and with little roll out, it still managed to chart on iTunes’ Top Hip-Hop/Rap Albums chart.

As of 3:30 p.m. ET, Today, Tomorrow, Forever, which features Derek Minor, Swoope and J.Paul, among others, sat at No. 12 on the chart.

In similar fashion to its releases the previous two months, Alex Faith’s Bloodlines and Dre Murray’s 34, the LP was announced just weeks before it dropped. They all still performed well on iTunes, though.

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“The album is best explained by asking a question: What if today was your tomorrow and tomorrow was your forever; how would you live?” Paul said.

Watch the music video for the title track of Today, Tomorrow, Forever on Rapzilla.