Last week A$AP Rocky released his sophomore album At.Long.Last.A$AP, and the official numbers are finally in. According to Nielsen Music, the album moved 146,000 units and earned Rocky the number one spot on the Billboard 200 chart.

With so many various ways to consume music these days, the Billboard 200 Chart ranks the week’s most popular albums based on traditional album sales, streaming equivalent albums as well as track equivalent albums. This comes as Rocky’s second time at number one—Rocky’s first album Long.Live.A$AP also debuted at number one with 139,000 copies sold.