The Weeknd remains at the top spot this week, with Bruno Mars, J. Cole, Drake, and Post Malone joining him in the top 10. Run The Jewels climbs 103 spots in the last week, marking an incredible jump that only those two could probably pull off. Rihanna, Rae Sremmurd, the Suicide Squad soundtrack, and Travis Scott all land in the teens, marking a rock-solid week for rap artists on the Billboard 200. 


1) The Weeknd — Starboy: Holding down the #1 spot once again is The Weeknd with Starboy, his third studio album. The record debuted at #1 before being dethroned for a couple weeks, but it's been back at the top for a few weeks now. This time around the album clocks 60,659 TAEU and 12,854 sales. 

2) Bruno Mars24K Magic: Dropping from #4 to #5 is Bruno Mars with 24K Magic, the popular record that counts 32,683 TAEU and 15,970 sales during its ninth week on the charts.  

3) J. Cole — 4 Your Eyez Only: J. Cole's fourth studio album 4 Your Eyez Only debuted at #1, but was only there for one week. Now at #7, the album puts 27,183 TAEU and 8,269 sales on the score board. 

4) Drake – VIEWS: Dropping from #7 to #8 is Drake with VIEWS, his latest studio album. The album spent a large portion of 2016 at #1, and is still cookin' in the top 10 with 26,510 TAEU and 3,644 sales this week.

5) Post Malone — Stoney: At the same #9 spot as last week is Post Malone with Stoney, his studio debut. The album has spent six weeks on the charts now, and this time tallies 24,769 TAEU and 3,193 sales onto its success. 

6) Rihanna — Anti: Rihanna's eighth studio album has been greatly successful, and comes in at #12 after spending 52 weeks on the charts. Even as it approaches a full year since its release, the album still clocks 21,166 TAEU and 3,375 sales. 

7) Run The Jewels - RTJ3: Skyrocketing from #106 to #13 is Run The Jewels with their latest album RTJ3. El-P and Killer Mike are back with monstrous, thumping rap music that is rocking huge crowds on their largely sold out tour. The record counts 20,057 TAEU as it jumps from the 100s to the teens.

8) Rae Sremmurd — SremmLife 2: At #15 is Rae Sremmurd with SremmLife 2, their sophomore studio release. With 18,641 TAEU and 1,185 sales, and jumping up from #16 to #15, the duo are still riding the "Black Beatles" wave. 

9) Various Artists — Suicide Squad: The Album: The Sucide Squad soundtrack is at #17 this week, down two spots since last time around. The record features Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, Wiz Khalifa, Eminem, and more, and does 16,736 TAEU and 5,869 sales in its 24th week on the charts. 

10) Travis ScottBirds in the Trap Sing McKnight: Travis Scott's second studio album comes in at #18, with 17,011 TAEU and 1,600 sales attached to its name. The album features the likes of Kendrick Lamar, Kid Cudi, and Andre 3000, and remains relevant on the charts.


"Bad and Boujee" remains a huge success as Migos and Lil Uzi Vert take the #1 spot back from Ed Sheeran, who dethroned them last week. Rae Sremmurd and Gucci Mane are at #3 with "Black Beatles" and The Weeknd is at #5 with "Starboy." Machine Gun Kelly, Kendrick Lamar, and Bruno Mars are also in the top 10, while Drake is just outside at #11 with "Fake Love." The Weeknd and Daft Punk's other hit "I Feel It Coming" breaks into the top 20 for the first time, while D.R.A.M.'s "Broccoli" bounces out of the top 20 and lands at #21. KYLE and Lil Yachty's "iSpy" climbs from #42 to #32, its peak position. Elsewhere, PARTYNEXTDOOR has a new one coming in at #95 called "Not Nice."