DJ Khaled attends

Shareif Ziyadat/Getty Images

DJ Khaled's 'God Did' Expected to Debut at No. 1

  /  08.28.2022

Another No. 1 is in DJ Khaled’s future.

God Did, his 13th studio album, was released Friday and is already putting up big numbers. According to HITS Daily Double, the star-studded set is on track to debut at No. 1 with 105-115,000 units in its first week based on one day of sales and streams.

That would give Khaled the fourth No. 1 of his career. His last album, 2021’s Khaled Khaled, also debuted atop the Billboard 200 with 93,000 equivalent album units.

Khaled assembled another all-star lineup for God Did, which features Drake, Eminem, Kanye West, Lil Wayne, Future, SZA, and Juice WRLD, plus JAY-Z, who delivers an epic four-minute verse on the title track.

“To get to a 13th album is, like, beyond incredible for me,” Khaled told Billboard. “The greats that I look up to, when I see how many albums they put out, I’m on the right track. And I know how hard it is to be in this game — some people can’t make it past their first single or their first album.”

Khaled faces competition from Bad Bunny, whose album Un Verano Sin Ti has held the No. 1 spot for eight nonconsecutive weeks. The new chart will also include debuts from JID, whose album The Forever Story is projected to sell 27-30,000, while Nicki Minaj’s greatest hits compilation Queen Radio: Volume 1 is tracking 25-30,000 units.


Nicki Minaj Appears To Respond To Her Divorce Rumors After Making "Single" Announcement

Earlier in the week, Nicki Minaj raised eyebrows with a “single” announcement.

Ella Mai And Jayson Tatum Spark Pregnancy Rumors During Boston Celtics NBA Championship Party

The “Boo’d Up” singer was spotted with a baby bump during the Boston Celtics’ NBA ...

Kim Kardashian Brings Kai Cenat To North West's 11th Birthday Party

Kim Kardashian introduced her daughter North West to popular streamer Kai Cenat at her 11th ...

Cardi B Reacts To Bill Automatically Registering Men Aged 18 To 26 For Selective Service

Cardi B believes Gen Z men don’t stand a chance in war: “These new lil’ ...
View More

Sponsored Stories