Post Malone's second studio arrived over the weekend and it's already been doing major numbers. While J. Cole's K.O.D. held the record for largest first day streams, Posty swiftly topped that with the release of Beerbongs & Bentleys one week later. It's a major feat for him and further proved that he's here for the long-run. However, it looks like J. Cole's record isn't the only one he'll be breaking. The singer is on pace to now break Drake's first week streaming record with More Life.

Billboard reports that Post Malone is on pace to have the biggest streaming week ever for an album with Beerbongs & Bentleys. In addition, he's also expected to have the biggest week in equivalent album units moved within 2018. In addition, it should come as no surprise that he's also set to debut at number one on the Billboard 200. His album will possibly gain more than 400M on-demand streams for it's tracks by the end of the week. If these numbers end up true, he'll beat the record Drake set with his playlist, More Life.

Post Malone's new album has already been doing major numbers. In less than 24 hours of it's release, it was also announced that it had already gone platinum. Much of that is due to the streaming loophole and the amount of traction both "Psycho" ft. Ty Dolla $ign and "Rockstar" ft. 21 Savage gained since they dropped.