While Jay-Z’s ‘4:44′ went Platinum in its first week, it didn’t chart the Billboard 200. That’s because Tidal does not submit their streaming records to Nielsen Music. It was an exclusive release for its first week. However, expect that to change as it’s now hit most major streaming services Friday. It became a #1 on iTunes almost immediately after its’ release.

RELATED: Jay Z’s 4:44 Has 3 Bonus Tracks That Have Just Been Released!

In 4:44’s place, DJ Khaled’s Grateful  is number one for the second week in a row. We’re sure DJ Khaled is celebrating his big success, so congratulations to him!

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