The first week sales numbers for A$AP Rocky’s sophomore studio album At.Long.Last.A$AP are in, and Rocky has reason to celebrate. In its first week, A.L.L.A. moved 146,000 units, of which 117,000 were traditional, hard-copy album sales. Rocky’s latest reached #1 on the Billboard 200 its inaugural week, earning the Harlem rapper his second No. 1 album. Even though the release date of At.Long.Last.A$AP was moved up a week, it looks like the numbers for the project weren’t negatively impacted. A$AP Rocky may have lost a few Instagram followers, but his fanbase is still as strong as ever.