Future and Metro Boomin Earn Back-to-Back No. 1 Debuts After “We Still Don’t Trust You” Tops the Charts

Future and Metro Boomin’s second collaborative album, We still don’t trust youdebuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, this week, meaning the pair are off to a top start with both of their recent projects. The latest album moved 127,500 equivalent album units. Despite the No. 1 debut, the figure marks a dip We don’t trust you, which earned 251,000 units in its first week. For the second project, Future and Metro Boomin collaborated with The Weeknd, Brownstone, Ty Dolla Sign, J. Cole, Lil Baby and ASAP Rocky.

In addition to the success of We still don’t trust you, We don’t trust you is still on the charts, rising from 4 to 3 with 83,000 equivalent album units earned before the last update. It is one of only seven times an artist had two albums in the top three at the same time. In fact, Future is one of the artists doing this, having dropped his back-to-back number 1s, Future And HNDRXXin March 2017. Others doing this include Taylor Swift, Future and more.

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Future and Metro Boomin perform together in Atlanta

ATLANTA, GA – JANUARY 14: Future and Metro Boomin perform during Future & Friends “One Big Party Tour” at State Farm Arena on January 14, 2023 in Atlanta, Georgia. (photo by Prince Williams/Wireimage)

Future has now released a total of 10 No. 1 albums Billboard 200 chart, making him one of only 10 artists to do so. The others include The Beatles, Jay-Z, Drake, Taylor Swift, Bruce Springsteen, Barbra Streisand, Kanye West, Eminem and Elvis Presley. Metro Boomin has earned five No. 1 albums throughout his career.

Elsewhere on the Billboard 200, by Beyoncé Cowboy Carter fell to the number 2 spot on the chart. The project marks the legendary singer’s first foray into country music. It debuted at No. 1 upon its release on March 29. Stay tuned for further updates on Future and Metro Boomin HotNewHipHop.

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