ASAP Rocky's first album arrived after "Fuckin' Problems," still the rapper's biggest single to date, so when A.L.L.A. was designed as a vessel devoid of hits, big numbers were not necessarily expected.

Nevertheless, Rocky's Dangerdoom and Yams-helmed sophomore effort has moved a considerable number of copies, selling 116,131 units in traditional sales and 143,483 with streams. We should see him make a number one debut on this week's Billboard 200.

Boosie Badazz is not on the same level of national recognition as Rocky, but he still made a valiant effort with his comeback album, Touch Down 2 Cause Hell, moving 53,474 copies (56,329 with streams). He should be just trailing Rocky at number 2 this week.