Future and Metro Boomin Strike Gold Again with No. 1 Debut of “We Still Don’t Trust You”

Future and Metro Boomin have once again clinched the top spot on the Billboard 200 chart with their latest collaborative effort, “We Still Don’t Trust You.” This marks the duo’s second consecutive chart-topping debut.

The album soared to No. 1 this week, moving an impressive 127,500 equivalent album units. While this achievement is certainly commendable, it represents a slight decline from their previous collaboration, “We Don’t Trust You,” which garnered 251,000 units in its debut week. Nevertheless, the project’s success underscores the formidable partnership between Future and Metro Boomin, whose chemistry continues to resonate with audiences.

“We Still Don’t Trust You” features notable collaborations with acclaimed artists such as The Weeknd, Brownstone, Ty Dolla Sign, J. Cole, Lil Baby, and ASAP Rocky, further enhancing its appeal and diversity.

In a remarkable display of dominance, “We Don’t Trust You” is still holding its ground on the charts, ascending from No. 4 to No. 3 with 83,000 equivalent album units earned in the latest update. This achievement places Future in elite company, as only seven artists have managed to have two albums within the top three simultaneously. Notably, Future previously accomplished this feat with his back-to-back No. 1 albums, “Future” and “HNDRXX,” in March 2017, solidifying his status as a chart powerhouse.

With the No. 1 debut of “We Still Don’t Trust You,” Future adds another milestone to his illustrious career, tallying a total of 10 No. 1 albums on the Billboard 200 chart. This feat places him in the esteemed company of music legends such as The Beatles, Jay-Z, Drake, Taylor Swift, Bruce Springsteen, Barbra Streisand, Kanye West, Eminem, and Elvis Presley.

Meanwhile, Metro Boomin continues to carve out his own legacy in the industry, with “We Still Don’t Trust You” marking his fifth No. 1 album. Together, Future and Metro Boomin’s latest triumph reaffirms their stature as chart-toppers and highlights their enduring impact on the world of hip-hop.