Drizzy earns his second No. 1 album with his sophomore set.
After releasing his sophomore album Take Care last week, Drake has expectedly debuted at number one.
Originally predicted to sell between 675,000 to 725,000 copies, Drizzy bows at the top of the chart slightly below expectations, moving 659,190 units in its first week. The album bumps Mac Miller’s Blue Slide Park from the position, with Mac’s debut slipping down to No. 24 with an additional 24,786 copies sold.
Comparatively, Drake’s debut, Thank Me Later, also debuted at the top of the Billboard 200 with 447,000 copies sold.