First week sales for Migos aren't in just yet.
The Weeknd remains at #1 this week, and he shares real estate in the top 10 with Bruno Mars, Post Malone, Drake and J. Cole. Rihanna, Travis Scott, and Rae Sremmurd hold down the teens, while Suicide Squad: The Album and Savage Mode hang around in the 20s. Further down the list, you'll see names like Chance The Rapper, Childish Gambino, Bryson Tiller, Gucci Mane, and Beyonce in the top 50. The Weeknd and J. Cole's previous albums are somehow still in the top 50.
1) The Weeknd — Starboy: The Weeknd's Starboy is spending its fifth week at the top spot. The #1 album in the country moves 55,996 TAEU (total album equivalent units) and 12,013 sales during this cycle, marking it a great success regardless of what Justin Bieber thinks of it.
2) Bruno Mars — 24K Magic: At #4 is Bruno Mars, who jumps up one spot from the #5 position of last week. This is Bruno's third studio album, and it slings 30,415 TAEU and 14,841 during its 10th week on the chart.
3) Post Malone — Stoney: Continuing to climb the charts is Post Malone, who debuted #6 before falling back big time, and now climbing again. He's at #7 now, which means he could eclipse his peak position next week. This time around, the album does 25,994 TAEU and 3,111 sales.
4) Drake – VIEWS: Falling back just one spot is Drake with VIEWS, the album that spent most of last year at #1. He's still in the top 10, though, coming in at #9 and clocking 25,010 TAEU and 3,231 sales.
5) J. Cole — 4 Your Eyez Only: J. Cole's fourth studio album 4 Your Eyez Only is at #10 this week, back from #7 last week. With 23,489 TAEU and 6,429 sales, the album continues to triumph.
6) Rihanna — ANTI: Rihanna's latest studio album has been out for 53 weeks now, but you wouldn't think it judging by its spot on the Billboard charts and play on the radio. Still sounding fresh and doing the numbers, ANTI comes in at #13 and moves 20,147 TAEU and 3,114 sales.
7) Travis Scott — Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight: With his second studio album Travis Scott comes in at #18. The album, which features Kendrick Lamar and Andre 3000 among others, the record counts 18,748 TAEU and 1,945 sales.
8) Rae Sremmurd — SremmLife 2: The Rae Sremmurd boys are at #19 this week with their second album SremmLife 2. It's down four spots since last week, but the album still claims 16,271 TAEU and 1,056 sales in its 24th week on the charts.
9) Various Artists — Suicide Squad: The Album: With contributions from Rick Ross, Wiz Khalifa, Lil Wayne, and Eminem, the Suicide Squad soundtrack has been able to stay relevant on the charts since its release 25 weeks ago. This time around, the album does 14,901 TAEU and 4,949 sales.
10) 21 Savage & Metro Boomin — Savage Mode: ATLiens are on top, no doubt. 21 Savage and Metro Boomin are a couple of southern stars who are leading the way with a fresh sound, and it's enough to land them at #26 this week with 14,012 TAEU and 463 sold copies.
"Bad and Boujee" remains at #1 this week, making the Migos track the hottest song in America. "Black Beatles," the Rae Sremmurd song that was at #1 for a few weeks itself, has bounced back to #6. The Weeknd's "Starboy," another former #1 hit, has fallen back to #8. Meanwhile, Drake and Machine Gun Kelly have both seen growth and are within the top 10. Rihanna's "Love on the Brain" has jetted up to #14 and The Weeknd's "I Feel It Coming" has boosted up to #18, which are respective peak positions for the crossover successes. At the bottom of the charts, Wale and Lil Wayne premier "Running Back."