The numbers don’t quite reach the same statistics as Big Sean’s Dark Sky Paradise, but he doesn’t fail to impress.

I Decided. earns Sean his his second no. 1 album on the Billboard 200 charts. The album moved 150,000 units in its opening week. Projections projected 120,000, but the numbers have been surpassed. In 2015, Sean’s DSP album sold 176,000 units during the first week.

The album featured production from Allen Ritter, Metro Boomin, 808 Mafia, KeY Wane and many more. Feature wise, we were able to get more material from Twenty88, Eminem, Migos, The-Dream, amongst more.

This album represented more than just music for Sean, it was a step in new direction. Well, not necessarily new direction, but a continuous journey with new lessons. “Bounce Back” and “Moves” continue to impress and we’re likely to see more singles do the same.