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

Future and Metro Boomin return to the top of the charts with their latest album, We Don’t Trust You. Billboard reports the album is the largest debut of any album this year.

We Don’t Trust You moved 251,000 equivalent album units with 4,500 of the sum in traditional album sales. 245,000 SEA units equated 324.31 on-demand streams of its 17 tracks, making it the largest streaming week for any album this year.

We Don’t Trust You marks Future’s 9th chart-topping album of his career and his second-largest ever. His previous No. 1’s include his solo albums 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).

The album is Metro Boomin biggest debut ever and his fourth No. 1 album overall. It follows his previous Heroes & Villains in 2022, his 2018 debut Not All Heroes Wear Capes, and his collaborative album with 21 Savage, Savage Mode 2 in 2020.

We Don’t Trust You is the first of two albums from Future and Metro Boomin. The album features collaborations from Kendrick Lamar, Rick Ross, The Weeknd, Travis Scott, and Playboi Carti. The album’s follow-up We Still Don’t Trust You is schedule for April 12.

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