The 18-track project earns 107,500 equivalent album units, including 96,000 in streaming equivalent album units (129.82 million on-demand streams of the tracks), 9,500 in album sales and 2,000 in track equivalent album units. GOD DID marks the We The Best Music founder’s fourth chart-topping effort following KHALED KHALED in 2021, Grateful in 2017 and Major Key in 2016.
Other debuts in this week’s top 10 are TWICE with Between 1&2 earning 100,000 equivalent album units to enter at No. 3 and Nicki Minaj’s Queen Radio: Volume 1 greatest hits effort earning 32,000 equivalent album units to enter at No. 10.
Elsewhere in the chart are Bad Bunny at No. 2, Kendrick Lamar at No. 4, Morgan Wallen at No. 5, Beyoncé at No. 6, Silk Sonic at No. 7, Rod Wave at No. 8 and Harry Styles at No. 9.
In other music news, Kendrick Lamar, Nicki Minaj and Freddie Gibbs lead the week’s Best New Tracks.