Drake and Future’s surprise new collaboration album is heading for a big No. 1 debut on the Billboard 200 chart and the second-largest week of the year — following only Drake himself.
Industry forecasters suggest their set, What a Time to Be Alive, could move upward of 450,000 to 500,000 equivalent album units in the week ending Sept. 24. Of that sum, more than 425,000 could be pure album sales.

Both figures would mark the second-biggest weekly totals for an album in 2015, trailing only Drake’s other surprise album: If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late,which launched with 535,000 units and 495,000 in album sales in the week ending Feb. 15, following its release on Feb. 12.

Drake and Future’s launch will probably block an also-arriving Lana Del Rey from the No. 1 slot, as her Honeymoon set could start in the No. 2 position with around 120,000 units.