J. Cole‘s new lean ten track album 4 Your Eyez Only is doing very, very well. First we got projections that the album would debut at number one. The final counts came in and it did just that, making it Cole’s fourth album to hit the number one spot. The album earned 492,000 equivalent album units for the week ending on December 15th, making 4 Your Eyez Only the third highest debut of 2016. The breakdown amounts to about 363,000 in traditional sales and 118,000 in album equivalent streams. The only albums that did better were Drake‘s Views and Beyonce‘s Lemonade. Cole’s last album 2014 Forest Hills Drive also debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 with 375,000 equivalent album units. On top of all those impressive feats every single track from 4 Your Eyez Only is on the Billboard’s Hot 100 chart. In addition to that the tracks “False Prophets” and “Everybody Dies,” both released before the album drop, are also on the Hot 100 charts. The track “Deja Vu” is leading the pack sitting at number seven. To top that all off it’s looking like Cole is going to repeat the whole platinum (dare I say double platinum) with no features thing. Cole World indeed. It is worth mentioning that Cole did have a lot of help creating the album. Head here to check out the full album credits. If you haven’t already, though you probably have, head to Apple Music to stream 4 Your Eyez Only or listen to the project below.