Pop Smoke’s posthumous debut album has returned to the top of the Billboard 200 chart.

The New York rapper’s Shoot For The Moon, Aim For The Stars sold 67,000 equivalent album units this week, besting last week’s No. 1 album, 21 Savage and Metro Boomin’s Savage Mode II by 1,000 copies.

Released back in July Aim For The Moon, Shoot For The Stars bowed at No. 1 with one of the biggest weeks for a posthumous album in Billboard history. The album then remained in the top 4 of the chart for the next 13 subsequent weeks, nine of those at the No. 2 spot. Pop’s debut joins Lil Baby’s My Turn as Hip Hop albums who spent nearly three months between No. 1 positions.

Pop Smoke’s King Combs & Calboy-Assisted ‘Diana’ Video Drops As His Album Eyes Billboard Throne

Powered by singles such as “The Woo” with Roddy Ricch, the album continues to make noise on the Billboard chart and Pop’s team recently released the video for “Diana” featuring King Combs and Calboy.

Directed by Brilliant Garcia and sampling Playa’s “Cheers 2 U,” the video features multiple voluptuous women, eye-catching luxury cars and shots of New York as Pop enjoys time basking in his greatness with his homies.

Watch the full video below.