According to Billboard, the 19-track record earned 150,300 equivalent album units in its first week, including 144,600 in streaming equivalent album units (193.5 million on-demand streams for the songs), 4,700 in album sales and 1,000 in track equivalent album units. This marks Gunna’s second chart-topping effort following Wunna and his fourth top 10 effort overall.
Entering this week’s No. 2 is The Weeknd with Dawn FM, which earned 148,000 equivalent album units including 131,300 in streaming equivalent album units (173.04 million on-demand streams for the songs), 14,800 in album sales and 1,900 in track equivalent album units. The After Hours followup was not accompanied with the release of any physical products.
Elsewhere on the chart are the Encanto soundtrack, Adele and Morgan Wallen at Nos. 3, 4 and 5, while The Weeknd’s The Highlights, Olivia Rodrigo, Drake, Doja Cat and Taylor Swift make up the bottom half of this week’s top 10.
In other music news, Kanye West was spotted in the studio with A$AP Rocky and Pusha T.