For most of his career, DJ Khaled has provided Hip Hop with some of its biggest anthems and moments, which is why he gets to drop album after album stacked with marquee guest-features and producers. However, in 2016, it appears that his discography will finally hit the jackpot.

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Khaled’s highly-anticipated Major Key album dropped on Friday, and thus far, it’s yet to disappoint. Stacked with features from the usual suspects–Rick Ross, Future, Chris Brown, Jeezy–and some of the biggest names in music–Nas, Jay Z, Drake, J. Cole, Kendrick Lamar–Khaled’s celebratory and inspirational opus is on track to move roughly 90,000 equivalent album units, which will be good to dethrone Drake’s perennial champion Views–temporarily at least–and land the Miami native his first career Billboard 200 chart-topper.

Khaled’s previous 8 albums have all experienced mild chart success, including two consecutive top 5 debuts on the Billboard 200 (2011’s We the Best Forever, 2012’s Kiss the Ring), but Major Key will be, as expected, his biggest debut yet. It’s also worth noting that this week, Drake achieved his 12th week at #1 with Views, and has fended off both marquee rappers–ScHoolboy Q, YG–and pop stars–Meghan Trainor, Nick Jonas–to retain that spot. This is no small feat for DJ Khaled.