Drake went gold his first week out, moving a whopping 658k units of his third studio album, Nothing Was The Same, this past week. It makes for the second highest overall debut this year (trailing Justin Timberlake’s The 20/20 Experience which did 968k), the highest rap debut and most importantly, Drizzy’s personal best sales week. His last album, 2011’s Take Care, started at number 1 with 631k, while his debut album, Thank Me Later, launched at number 1 with 447k in 2010. He just keeps on getting better! Get the full top 10 below.

Marisa Mendez

1. Drake – Nothing Was The Same 658k
2. Kings of Leon – Mechanical Bull 110k
3. Cher – Closer To The Truth 63k
4. Elton John – The Diving Board 47k
5. Jack Johnson – From Here To Now To You 37k
6. Luke Bryan – Crash My Party 36k
7. Dream Theater – Dream Theater 34k
8. Krewella – Get Wet 27k
9. Metallica – Metallica: Through The Never 26k
10. Justin Moore – Off The Beaten Path 25k