This week once again belongs to Drake, whose More Life playlist has gone #1 for the third consecutive week. Just behind him is Kodak Black at #3 with his debut Painting Pictures. Bruno Mars, Future, and Migos all cracked the top 10, and The Weeknd, Post Malone, Khalid, Rick Ross, and Big Sean all cracked the top 20.

Young Dolph's Bulletproof debuted at #36, G-Eazy and Carnage's joint EP debut at #81, Freddie Gibbs' new release You Only Live 2wice debuted at #124, and the Best of 50 Cent compilation album debuted at #135.


1) Drake — More Life: For the third week straight, Drake takes the #1 spot with More Life, his captivating playlist that features Young Thug, Travis Scott, and others. With 136,286 TAEU (total album equivalent units) and 16,252 sales, the album is still much hotter than anything else out right now.

2) Kodak Black — Painting Pictures: Debuting at #3 is Kodak Black with Painting Pictures. His debut album features the likes of Future, Bun B, and Jeezy, all of whom helped him move 71,291 TAEU and 15,473 sales.

3) Bruno Mars — 24K Magic: After 20 weeks on the charts, Bruno Mars comes in at #4 with 24K Magic. Although the album couldn't quite reach #1, it's had no trouble hanging out in the top 5, and with 47,776 TAEU and 19,645 sales this week, it isn't really slowing down at all.

4) Future — Future: Up from #9 to #8 spot is Future with his self-titled February full-length. The once chart-topping LP tallies 38,215 TAEU and 3,012 sales as it celebrates seven weeks on the charts.

5) MigosCulture: The "Bad and Boujee" trio come in at #9 this week, up from the #11 position they were in last week. As "T-Shirt" gains popularity, it looks like the ATLiens may have a chart-topping summer ahead of them. This week, it's enough to clock 33,585 TAEU and 1,745 sales.

6) The Weeknd — Starboy: Down to #11 from #10 is The Weeknd's Starboy. The Toronto crooner debuted at #1 nineteen weeks ago, and he still has the power to lay claim to 32,650 TAEU and 6,254 sales. 

7) Post Malone — Stoney: At #14 is Post Malone with his debut studio album Stoney. After seventeen weeks on the charts, the record charts 25,594 TAEU and 1,964 sales with a little help from features by Justin Bieber, Quavo, 2 Chainz, and more.

8) Khalid — American Teen: Khalid debuted at #9 five weeks ago and hasn't strayed too far since. Now at #15, the young up-and-comer from El Paso puts up 25,450 TAEU and 2,253 sales with his debut album American Teen.

9) Rick Ross — Rather You Than Me: Rick Ross' latest album is at #16 this week. Rather You Than Me showcases Ross' ability to collaborate. (There is a feature on nearly every song.) This time around, the album does 24,353 TAEU and 12,999 sales.

10) Big Sean — I Decided.: Big Sean's latest LP I Decided. debuted at #1 nine weeks ago. It now sits at #18, with 23,917 TAEU and 3,795 pure sales to its name.


While Ed Sheeran's "Shape of You" is still unconquerable at #1, Kendrick Lamar's "Humble." debuts at #2 ahead of incredibly high anticipation of his forthcoming album DAMN. Kendrick bumps Bruno Mars into the #3 spot with "That's What I Like," where he is joined by KYLE & Lil Yachty, The Weeknd & Daft Punk, and Kodak Black in the top 10. Kodak Black has 3 songs total on the Hot 100 this week, which marked the successful launch of his debut studio effort Painting Pictures

Drizzy Season is still going strong, as the Toronto star lays claim to ten songs on the Hot 100, including #23's "Passionfruit." Quavo has six songs in the Hot 100, three with Migos and three where he's featured as a solo artist. Logic, Calvin Harris with Pharrell, and A Boogie Wit da Hoodie with Kodak Black are among the artist with fresh songs on the chart.