Despite the mixed reception of his new album, Justin Timberlake is still winning. The singer still holds the highest debut of the year for the 20/20 Experience, and has topped the charts once again with part 2 of the endeavor.

According to HDD, JT moved an impressive 348,390 copies of his new project, which bumped Drake's Nothing Was The Same out of the top spot.

Drizzy was still able to sell a respectable 146,251 units, which sees him inching towards platinum status.

Nelly's M.O. didn't fair quite as well, coming in at number 14 with 15,474 in sales.

View the chart breakdown in the gallery above.