has a lot of celebrating to do this summer, as he’s earned his second no. 1 album on the Billboard 200.
The South Beach native bows atop of this week’s charts, generating almost 150,000 units for his recently released Grateful
After earning 149,000 equivalent album units, 50,000 of which were in traditional album sales, DJ Khaled
's 10th studio album has landed at the top of the list this week, barely edging out Evolve by Imagine Dragons
and its 147,000 units.
Grateful follows DJ Khaled’s first No. 1, earned a little less than a year ago, when Major Key launched in the penthouse (on the list dated Aug. 20, 2016) with 95,000 units. Of that starting-week sum, 59,000 were in traditional album sales.