Harry Styles just had the best-selling record week of the year with his latest album, ‘Harry’s House‘ in its first week.

Harry’s House, which marks the ‘As It Was’ singers third No. 1 album on the Billboard 200, amassed 521,500 equivalent album units in its first week in the United States, according to Billboard. Styles now becomes the first male artist from the United Kingdom to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 three times.

Styles has also passed various key milestones in the last week, including surpassing 1 billion Spotify streams, among others.

This translates to 330,000 album sales (including 182,000 vinyl copies), 189,000 SEA units, and 2,500 TEA units. The album’s 13 total tracks received 246.96 million on-demand streams, and it set a modern-era record for single-week vinyl album sales, surpassing Taylor Swift’s Red (Taylor’s Version), which sold 114,000 vinyl copies in its first week in 2021.

According to Billboard, only four albums have sold at least 500,000 equivalent album units in a single week in the previous 18 months, including Red (Taylor’s Version), Adele’s 30, and Drake’s Certified Lover Boy. Un Verano Sin Ti by Bad Bunny is at No. 2 this week with 155,000 equivalent album sales, while Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers by Kendrick Lamar slips to No. 3 following a first-week No. 1 debut with 96,000 units.

Styles stated in an interview with Zane Lowe about his upcoming album:

“I was kind of like, ‘I’d be really fun to make an album called Harry’s House,’ and thought about it being this smaller thing. And then it was back to that thing of, ‘Maybe that’s an album I’ll make in four years or five years or whatever.’ And as I started making the album, I realized it wasn’t about the geographical location. It’s much more of an internal thing.”