DJ Khaled should be feeling, ahem, grateful that his 10th studio LP, Grateful, has landed atop the Billboard Top 200 chart for the second week in a row for the week ending July 6. Kendrick Lamar’s DAMN. holds the third spot, also for the second week in a row, with 2 Chainz and Drake holding on in the Top 10 with the Migos and Future enjoying a slight bump in sales. Vince Staples’ Big Fish Theory had a strong debut last week at #16 but took a mighty plunge to #67 in its second week on the Top 200 and TDE songstress SZA saw an 11 percent dip in sales for her CTRL album.

JAY-Z’s 4:44, which has dominated the conversation ever since its release, is noticeably absent despite going platinum. Hov’s new LP is missing from the chart because Tidal did not report any of its streaming numbers to Nielsen Music. The situation mirrors Kanye West’s 2016 album The Life of Pablo, which also did not chart in its first week due to Tidal’s refusal to report its streams.

DJ Khaled’s Grateful Keeps #1 Spot

Although DJ Khaled’s Grateful had a dip in streams, pure album sales, and total album equivalent units sold, the impressive 63,406,062 streams coupled with 15,633 album sales and total equivalent units of 65,975 just edged out Calvin Harris’ #2 debut of his latest project, Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1.

Kendrick Lamar Holds Steady At #3, 2 Chainz and Drake Stay Top 10

While Drake’s More Life continues its chart dominance by remaining in the Top 10, a slight dip in sales this week could push it out of that coveted range soon as the record sits at #9, dropping one spot. Tity Boi’s latest opus, Pretty Girls Like Trap Music, also dropped one spot to #6.

Post Malone, SZA, Future, and Migos Stay Top 20 With It

Post Malone’s Stoney has enjoyed a strong 30 weeks on the Top 200, boosted by his Quavo-assisted smash, “Congratulations.” The album now sits at #12, dropping one spot. SZA’s CTRL also dropped a slot to #13, while Future’s self-titled album goes up a level to #19. Migos keeps showing incredible staying power as Culture also goes up a spot to #14.

As mentioned previously, the talented Vince Staples’ Big Fish Theory sits at #67 due to an epic 65 percent drop in sales. But don’t count out the young Long Beach rapper yet as fans are still getting familiar with his sound.

Top 10 Billboard Top 200 Rap & R&B Albums For The Week Ending 7/06/2017

Note: The first number below is this week’s “total album equivalent units” count, an intersection of album sales, single sales, and streams implemented by Billboard’s new rating system. A pure album sales figure is available in bold in parenthesis and information about each album’s streaming count is available in brackets.

  1. DJ Khaled — Grateful — #1 — 69,975 (15,633) [63,406,062]
  2. Kendrick Lamar — DAMN. — #3 — 59,120 (13,385) [57,632,190]
  3. 2 Chainz — Pretty Girls Like Trap Music — #6 — 33,436 (7,422) [36,721,761]
  4. Bruno Mars — 24K Magic — #7 — 33,284(12,849) [19,831,334]
  5. Drake — More Life — #9 — 31,867 (1,358) [42,233,483]
  6. Khalid — American Teen — #11 — (3,339) [28,300,596]
  7. Post Malone — Stoney — #12 — 26,581 (1,664) [31,311,569]
  8. SZA — CTRL — #13 — 24,722 (4,831) [28,198,439]
  9. Migos — Culture — #14 — 23,752 (1,834) [28,925,327]
  10. Future — Future — #19 — 18,518 (501) [24,116,333]