Kendrick Lamar's two-week reign atop the Billboard 200 came to an end as an album about a television show that's been off the air for nearly two decades managed to bump To Pimp a Butterfly out of Number One. Wale's Seinfeld-inspired fourth LP The Album About Nothing – an extension of the rapper's 2008 mixtape The Mixtape About Nothing – debuted in the top spot on the Billboard 200, thanks, in part, to a well-timed tweet by Jerry Seinfeld that said, "Look at my friend @Wale! On point. On fleek. On top!" The Album About Nothing moved 100,000 in total album sales in its first week, the lone LP to push six digits.