A year after nabbing his first No. 1 album, DJ Khaled has another one.
His newly released Grateful edged Imagine Dragons new album Evolve to claim the top spot on the Billboard 200, the U.S. albums chart. According to Nielsen Music, Khaled's record moved 149,000 equivalent album units, just 2,000 units ahead of second place finisher Imagine Dragons.
DJ Khaled's latest chart-topper comes after his massive single "I'm the One" became his first No. 1 single back in May. The track, featuring Justin Bieber, Chance the Rapper, Lil Wayne and Quavo, has yet to leave the top 5.
"We did it," Khaled tweeted after his first-week numbers arrived, making sure to thank his "best manager" Jay-Z and management Roc Nation, adding: "This win is for my son! God is the [greatest]! Fan luv!"