Rick Ross is celebrating like the boss that he is. The Maybach Music Group head honcho has sold 218,000 units of his fifth studio album, God Forgives, I Don't, according to numbers provided by Nielsen SoundScan. The effort topped the Billboard 200 chart.

Before the official release of God Forgives, I Don't on July 31, the Miami native debuted songs like the Meek Mill-assisted "So Sophisticated," Usher-supported "Touch'N You," "Diced Pineapples" with verses by Wale and Drake, and "3 Kings" featuring hip-hop heavyweights Jay-Z and Dr. Dre. The push of those tracks surely added to the effort's highly anticipated release and other guest spots in the form of Andre 3000.

In addition to nabbing the No. 1 Billboard spot, Ross also earned the top slot on the iTunes album chart.

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