The Kid Laroi claims top spot of the U.S. albums chart, a feat that makes him a record-setter several times over.

A tick over a year since he dropped his evolving mixtape F*ck Love, the record lifts 26-1 on the Billboard 200 for its first week at the summit.

The Kid is the first Australian act to be No. 1 since AC/DC ruled the survey last November with Power Up, and he’s the first solo Australian to get there since Sia debuted at No. 1 in July 2014 with 1000 Forms of Fear.

The last male Australian to hit No. 1 was Keith Urban, when he lit Fuse back in September 2013.

And he’s the first indigenous male Australian solo artist to do so.

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According to Billboard, the 17-year-old LAROI (real name Charlton Kenneth Jeffrey Howard) is the youngest artist to reach No. 1 since April 13, 2019, when Billie Eilish was 17 years and three months old when When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? debuted at No. 1.

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Also, he’s the youngest solo male artist to reign since 2015, when a then-16-year-old Shawn Mendes hit No. 1 with Handwritten.

F*ck Love goes to the top following the release of a third edition, titled Over You.

The set’s tracklist now stretches to 35, and includes ‘Stay,’ Laroi’s collaboration with Justin Bieber that’s currently No. 1 on the Billboard Global 200 chart.

Earlier this year, the Los Angeles-based singer and rapper ruled Billboard’s Hot Rock & Alternative Songs and Hot Alternative Songs charts; he clinched the ARIA Albums Chart title, becoming the youngest ever solo Australian artist to do so; and he became the youngest winner at the 2021 APRA Music Awards, scooping Breakthrough Songwriter of the Year.

He’s not due to turn 18 until August 17.