Will Heath

It really is a good time to be Travis Scott.

He's kicking off the new week with another round atop the U.S. album charts, as Astroworld has bounced back from No. 7 to No. 1 to enjoy a third week on top of the Billboard 200, after its first two weeks in August when the album was released.

In addition to the album's success, Scott is also celebrating his first No. 1 single on the Hot 100 chart, with "Sicko Mode" rocketing to the top, with some help from a new Skrillex remix of the track, which arrived on Nov. 28, just hours ahead of the end of the sales tracking week last Thursday.

"I don't know how I'm writing this right now … it's so many emotions. Just super-thankful to all the fans and supporters," Scott said in a statement today. "Me and Drake been working to make something so crazy for the kids. It's dope that one of our illest collaborations just went No. 1. I just want to thank him and the whole OVO fam for everything. And love to Skrillex!"

Update: As of Dec. 4, Billboard was reviewing its album chart for this week "due to a processing discrepancy." At press time, the publication hadn't confirmed if Astroworld would retain its No. 1 status or if another album might move up in the rankings.