In addition to the project earning Posty his career's first No. 1 album, the project also marks this year's largest debut, as well as breaks the record for largest streaming week to date.
The album, which was released on April 27 via Republic Records, reportedly earned 461,000 equivalent album units. Of that total, 153,000 were in traditional album sales.
Per Billboard, beerbongs & bentleys garnered 431.3 million on-demand streams, surpassing the record previously set by Drake's More Life (384.8 million).
Much congrats to Post Malone, and if you haven't checked out the 18-track project yet, run it back here.