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While Big Sean hasn’t ascended to the levels of his peers like Drake, Kendrick, or J. Cole, the Detroit rapper has amassed a solid catalogue over the past 10 years that are both critically and commercially successful.

From his 2011 debut, Finally Famous, to his 2020 number one album, Detroit 2, here are the rankings of Big Sean’s first week album sales.

Twenty88 (with Jhené Aiko)

Released: April 1, 2016

Label: GOOD, Def Jam, ARTium

First week album sales: 48,000

Billboard 200 position: 5

Singles: “Selfish”

Double or Nothing (with Metro Boomin)

Released: December 8, 2017

Label: GOOD, Def Jam, Boominati Worldwide, Republic

First week album sales: 50,00

Billboard 200 position: 6

Singles: “Pull Up n Wreck”, “So Good”

Hall of Fame

Released: August 27, 2013

Label: GOOD, Def Jam

First week album sales: 72,000 

Billboard 200 position: 3

Singles: “Guap”, “Switch Up”, “Beware”, “Fire”, “Ashley”

Finally Famous

Released: June 28, 2011

Label: GOOD, Def Jam

First week album sales: 87,000

Billboard 200 position: 3

Singles: “My Last”, “Marvin & Chardonnay”, “Dance (Ass)”

Detroit 2

Released: September 4, 2020

Label: GOOD, Def Jam

First week album sales: 103,000

Billboard 200 position: 1

Singles: “Deep Reverence”, “Wolves”

I Decided.

Released: February 3, 2017

Label: GOOD, Def Jam

First week album sales: 151,000

Billboard 200 position: 1

Singles: “Bounce Back”, “Moves”, “Jump Out the Window”

Dark Sky Paradise

Released: February 24, 2015

Label: GOOD, Def Jam

First week album sales: 173,000

Billboard 200 position: 1

Singles: “I Don’t Fuck with You”, “Paradise”, “Blessings”, “One Man Can Change the World”, “Play No Games”

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