Childish Gambino is having one hell of a year 2016 and finishes off the year with his highest charting album yet.

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According to Billboard, Donald Glover’s funk inspired album wasn’t best received by his core rap fans, but it still was enough to debut at number 5 on the charts with 101,000 equivalent units (72,000 traditional). This bests his previous effort, 2013’s Because The Internet when it debuted at number 7 with 96,000 copies sold in it’s first week of release.

Topping the charts this week is the Hamilton Mixtape, which makes its debut with 187,000 equivalent album units (169,000 traditional) and The Weeknd’s Starboy fell to number 2 with 151,000 equivalent units.