Big Sean scores his second number one album with I Decided., as he surpasses expectations.

Frankie Zing

Billboard revealed Sunday that the Detroit emcee’s fourth studio album moved 151,000 equivalent album units in its first week, surpassing Billboard’s original projections of 120,000 and making it his 2nd consecutive solo album to top the charts. 65,000 units were attributed to traditional album sales.

This follows 2015’s Dark Sky Paradise which sold 173,000 units in it’s first week, but Sean still managed to go no. 1. He also dethroned Migos’ Culture album, which last week came in at number 1, with 131,000 copies sold.