Beyonce was onto something when she said girls run the world.

Now in the second week following the release of her new album 4, Bey’s latest sold added another 115,000 units to the tally, upping her overall cume to 426,000. The Destiny’s Child alum’s fourth solo offering features an appearance by Outkast’s Andre 3000, along with production from Kanye West and his production team – including Jeff Bhasker, as well as a writing credit to former G.O.O.D. Music artist Consequence.

Royce Da 5’9 and Eminem continued their reign as Bad Meets Evil with Hell: The Sequel, climbing from No. 9 to 5 with an additional 35,000 copies. As of now, the Motor City natives are gradually approaching gold status with an overall tally at 311,000 units sold.

Jill Scott continued to reign in the Top 10, dropping from No. 5 to 9 with another 32,000 added to the pile. As of now, the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania powerhouse stands triumphant with 223,000 total copies sold of Light of the Sun, which touts guest appearances from Paul Wall, Eve, Doug E. Fresh, Anthony Hamilton and more.

G.O.O.D. Music’s latest artist, Detroit, Michigan’s Big Sean, drops from No. 3 to 9 in his second week on the charts. The Def Jam Records-backed emcee sold over 85,000 first-week units on his solo debut, pushing another 27,000 copies this week. Finally Famous: The Album was largely produced by longtime Common mentor No I.D., and featured appearances from DXnext alumni Chiddy Bang and Wiz Khalifa, along with Lupe Fiasco.

Lady killer Lloyd scores a Top 10 debut with his latest King of Hearts, which moved 26,000 copies in its first week. 

* Please note: figures below approximated to nearest thousandth.

Top 200 Album Sales (Top 5 Hip Hop/R&B) 

Rank Artist Album This Week Est. Total
1 Beyonce 4 115,000 426,000
5 Royce Da 5’9 & Eminem (Bad Meets Evil) Hell: The Sequel 35,000 311,000
7 Jill Scott Light of the Sun 32,000 223,000
9 Big Sean Finally Famous: The Album 27,000 115,000
10 Lloyd King of Hearts 26,000 26,000

Tech N9ne continues to keep the independent hustle on smash with his latest All 6’s & 7’s, which hovers just inside the Top 60 with an additional 7,000 copies sold. As of now, the LP stands at 102,000 units in total.

Curren$y takes a drop from No. 22 to 82 in his second week, but that’s not slowing the flow. Weekend at Burnie’s sells another 5,900 copies, bringing the overall tally to 28,000. 

Compton, California Kendrick Lamar and Top Dawg Entertainment opted to release his latest project digitally to iTunes last week, and it continues to post impressive numbers. Section. 80, which features production by J. Cole, and an appearance from G.O.O.D. Music veteran GLC, moves down only three spots to No. 107, almost matching its first week numbers with another 4,300 sold.

OFWGKTA front man Tyler, The Creator clings to the charts with his sophomore release Goblin. Nine weeks after landing in stores, the riotous LP moves from No. 168 to 144 on the strength of 3,200 copies. As of now, the indie release has sold 89,000.

U.K. export Tinie Tempah isn’t letting anything stop his international domination, moving from outside the Top 200 to No. 173 with Disc-Overy. The British bloke sells another 2,600 copies, with an overall cume at 41,000.

Rank Artist Album This Week Est. Total
58 Tech N9ne All 6’s & 7’s 7,000 102,000
82 Curren$y Weekend At Burnie’s 5,900 28,000
107 Kendrick Lamar Section.80 4,300 9,500
144 Tyler, The Creator Goblin 3,200 89,000
173 Tinie Tempah Disc-Overy 2,600 41,000

Who will reign supreme on next week’s chart? Keep it locked on HipHopDX to see where new releases from The Cool Kids, Cali Swag District, MellowHype and more end up.