Future & Metro Boomin’s “We Don’t Trust You” Tops Billboard 200 Chart

Metro Boomin at One Music Fest in October 2023
Metro Boomin at One Music Fest in October 2023. Photo by JAMIE LAMOR THOMPSON/Shutterstock (14174893ac)

Future and Metro Boomin faced some pretty tough competition on the Billboard 200 chart this week, but that didn’t stop them from soaring to the top. The duo’s collaborative album We Don’t Trust You easily hit No. 1, becoming Future’s ninth chart-topping album and Metro Boomin’s fourth.

We Don’t Trust You earned 251,000 equivalent album units during its debut week on the chart, scoring the biggest week of 2024 by any album. SEA units comprise 245,000, equaling 324.31 million official streams, TEA units comprise 1,500, while traditional album sales comprise 4,500 since the album was only available to purchase as a digital download.

This marks Future’s ninth album to climb to the top of the Billboard 200 chart, in addition to yielding the second-largest week of his career, only bested by What a Time to Be Alive, his collaborative album with Drake. As for Metro Boomin, We Don’t Trust You scored the biggest week of his career and it’s his fourth chart-topping album overall.

We Don’t Trust You came out on March 22, and its release was supported by singles “Type S–t” ft. Travis Scott and Playboi Carti, “Young Metro” ft. The Weeknd, and “Like That” ft. Kendrick Lamar. The duo is also plotting its follow-up, set to arrive on April 12.