That's a pretty mega Magna, Hova.
Jay-Z's buzzed-about new album, Magna Carta Holy Grail, debuted at No. 1, moving a better-than-expected 527,000 copies, per Billboard. To put things in perspective, that's a bigger berth than Hova's ultra-hyped collaboration with Kanye West, 2011's Watch the Throne, which sold 436,000 units its first week.
Magna also notched Hova's best debut since 2006's Kingdom Come, which stormed the charts with 680,000. (His latest effort also broke Spotify's record for the most streams by an album in its first week, with 14 million.)