J. Cole has nabbed his fourth No. 1 album, with his newly released 4 Your Eyez Only crowning the Billboard 200 chart.

According to Nielsen Music, the album moved a total of 492,000 album equivalent units, with 363,000 in traditional sales, making it the third-largest debut week of the year, following Drake's Views and Beyoncé's Lemonade, respectively.

In addition to topping the album charts, Cole has also scored his first top 10 song, with "Deja Vu," which has entered the Hot 100 at No. 7, thanks to 30,000 downloads and 26.9 million on-demand streams. The rapper's previous high was No. 13 with "Work Out" in 2012.





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