Calvin Harris' first-week sales can not top Khaled's second week.
DJ Khaled's Grateful has topped the Billboard 200 for the second week in a row. Billboard reports that Khaled's tenth studio album has attained 70,000 equivalent album units with 16,000 of those bing made up in traditional sales. This puts it above Calvin Harris' Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1, which has debuted at No. 2 with 68,000 equivalent album units (23,000 traditional). Its lower streaming numbers could be the result of it being under half the length (10 songs) of Khaled's monstrous 23-track project. Then again, Khaled had two singles in the Hot 100's top 5 ("I'm the One" and "Wild Thoughts") last week, while Harris' highest-charting single was at 55 ("Slide").
Jay-Z's 4:44, despite being released June 30th, does not appear on this week's charts due to its early exclusivity to Tidal. Tidal did not report streaming data to Soundscan, and the 1 million units purchased by Sprint do not count towards the charts, though they did earn Hov a platinum plaque from the RIAA. The album was released for purchase and on select streaming services on July 7, and will thus qualify for next week's charts, where it is projected to move up to 275,000 album equivalent units.