The final week of sales recorded from Tuesday happened last week, and this week’s numbers are a weird transitional phase, tacking on a couple of days to bring them around to Friday, resulting in a one-time only 11-day tally. Thus, the results for this cycle are simply beefed up numbers from last week. For the most part, everyone pretty much stays in there place. Meek continued to add to his already impressive sum, while Miguel gave up his number 2 spot to Taylor Swift, putting him at 3.

1)        Meek Mill—Dreams Worth More Than Money: Meek keeps his perch atop the billboard top 100, pulling breaking the 300k mark with the 11-day advantage. His sales total at 307,401 (258,036 traditionally).

2)        Miguel—WILDHEART: Falling from 2 to 3, WILDHEART moves to 65,156 sold (52,550 excluding streams).

3)        Drake—IYRTITL: Drizzy is still ahead of the pack when it comes to regulars, rising from 16 to 13. He moves 13,758 copies (32,788 with streams). Drizzy’s total sales are at 979,019.

4)        Big Sean—Dark Sky Paradise: Big Sean is still on the upswing, jumping from 24 to 22. His 11 day figure is 26,642 (8,766 excluding streams). His complete tally so far is at 301,000.

5)        Nicki Minaj—The Pinkprint: Nicki spends another week at 25. As usual, she’s moving units primarily through streams, selling 25,220 copies of The Pinkprint, but only 5,395 through traditional sales. Her total sales are at 643,280.

6)        ASAP Rocky—A.L.L.A: Rocky is down again this week, sliding from 27 to 30. He moved 23,740 copies (12,568 excluding streams), and has sold 202,250 in total.

7)        Kendrick Lamar—To Pimp A Butterfly: Kendrick falls one spot to 34 this week, but continues to move an impressive number in traditional sales. TPAB moves 22,913 copies (14,604 excluding streams), and is totalling at 642,000 so far.

The mighty have fallen, Wiz Khalifa’s “See You Again” has finally given up the top spot on the Hot 100 after countless weeks at number one. Taking its place is OMI’s unstoppable “Cheerleader,” but meanwhile, The Weeknd is threatening to make a big move soon, with “I Can’t Feel My Face” creeping from 6 to 3. “The Hills” is also up from 19 to 12, making it look like a big year for Abel. A little further down, Meek Mill seems to have found a hit with The Nicki Minaj and Chris Brown-assisted “All Eyes On You,” which moves from 32 to 29. Nicki seems to be his key to chart dominance as “Bad For You” has also climbed to 78.