According to Billboard, “God Did” moved 107,500 equivalent units in its opening week, with 9,500 from pure sales and 129.82 million on-demand streams. The We The Best Mogul celebrated the milestone with a thankful post on Instagram.
“All praise to the most high. All Glory to God. God Did,” he captioned a screenshot announcing his latest achievement.
God Did is Khaled’s 10th top 10-charting effort,and fourth to hit No. 1. His other three albums to debut atop the Billboard 200 include 2016’s “Major Mey,” 2017’s “Grateful” and last year’s “Khaled Khaled“. Released on August 26, God Did featured guest appearances from Drake, Eminem, Future, Jay-Z, Lil Baby, Kanye West, Travis Scott and more.
Elsewhere on the charts, Bad Bunny’s Un Verano Sin Ti drops to No. 2 this week after nine nonconsecutive weeks at No. 1 with 106,000 equivalent album units. Kendrick Lamar’s Mr Morale & The Big Steppers returns to the top 10, following its vinyl release on Aug. 26 with 55,000 equivalent album units in the week ending Sept. 1.