The first week numbers for Mac Miller’s new album The Divine Feminine and Usher’s Hard II Love are in!

Frankie Zing

Originally projected to do much less, Mac Miller topples the predictions and comes out the gate landing at no. 2 on the Billboard charts with 48,000 units sold (32,000 pure album sales) and Usher took no. 5 with his eighth top 10 album moving 38,000 units.

This is Mac’s fourth top 5 album with his 2015 record GO:OD AM debuting at No. 4; 2013’s Watching Movies With the Sound Off peaked at No. 3; and 2011’s Blue Slide Park debuted at No.1.

But who had number 1? Drake’s VIEWS reclaimed the No. 1 slot for the 13th nonconsecutive week, earning 53,000 units. After a seven-week absence from the top spot, the album’s return marks the biggest “gap between weeks at No. 1 for an album in over three years”, the last being Mumford & Sons’ Babel, which returned to the No. 1 spot after 17 weeks.