Future & Metro Boomin ‘We Still Don’t Trust You’ Tops The Charts

Just after three weeks after topping the charts with We Don’t Trust You, Future and Metro Boomin return to the top of the Billboard charts with their sequel, We Still Don’t Trust You.

It marks the shortest gap between new No. 1s by the same artist since Future’s successive weeks back in 2017 with his self-titled album, Future and HNDRXX.

In it’s first week, We Still Don’t Trust You accumulated 127,500 equivalent album units with 2,5000 units in traditional sales. SEA units comprise 124,500, equaling 162.57 million on-demand official streams of its 25 tracks.

Future’s now scores his tenth No. 1 debut following, We Don’t Trust You with Metro Boomin (2024), High Off Life (2020), The WZRD (2019), HNDRXX (2017), Future (2017), Evol (2016), DS2 (2015), and his What A Time To Be Alive collaboration album with Drake (2015). Meanwhile, Metro Boomin earns his fifth consecutive No. 1 debut following We Don’t Trust You with Metro Boomin (2024), Heroes & Villains (2022), Savage Mode 2 with 21 Savage (2020), and Not All Heroes Wear Capes (2018).

Future now joins Eminem and Elvis Presley each with 10 No. 1 debuts. They trail Bruce Springsteen, Barbara Streisand, and Kanye West with 11, Drake and Taylor Swift at 14, JAY-Z holding 14, and The Beatles with the record of 19.

We Still Don’t Trust You, is the follow-up to March’s We Don’t Trust You. The 25-track set also features collaborations from The Weekend, J.Cole, A$AP Rocky, and Lil Baby.

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