This week, The Weeknd, Travi$ Scott and Future are in the top 10 overall album sales on the Billboard Top 200 chart. Scarface debuts at the #11 spot with Deeply Rooted. K Camp’s Only Way Is Up debuts at #20 followed by N.W.A’s Straight Outta Compton.

The Weeknd Sees Second Week at #1

The Weeknd’s sophomore album, Beauty Behind the Madness, remains at the top spot. This week, it saw 144,471 total units of activity, a 65 percent drop from last week’s numbers. The project saw 52,120,836 total streams.

Travi$ Scott’s Debut Album Makes Noise

Travi$ Scott’s Rodeo debuts at the #3 spot on the chart with 85,158 total units of activity. The project, which has a standard and deluxe version, sold 69,878 albums and saw 12,782,284 streams.

Scarface’s Deeply Rooted Barely Misses Top 10

Scarface’s Deeply Rooted lands at the #11 spot on the chart with 23,626 in its first week. This is the Houston rapper’s first album since 2008’s Emeritus. The most recent album features the song “God” with John Legend and saw 1,064,959 streams.

Top 10 Billboard Top 200 Rap & R&B Albums For The Week Ending 9/10/2015

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 The Weeknd – Beauty Behind the Madness – 144,471 (77,267) [52,120,836]

#3 Travi$ Scott – Rodeo – 85,158 (69,878) [12,782,284]

#10 Future – Dirty Sprite 2 – 24,764 (9,604) [16,352,458]

#11 Scarface – Deeply Rooted – 23,626 (22,180) [1,064,959]

#15 Dr. Dre – Compton: A Soundtrack by Dr. Dre – 19,596 (16,393) [3,164,391]

#18 Drake – If Youre Reading This Its Too Late – 18,693 (6,101) [14,153,105]

#20 K Camp – Only Way is Up – 18,115 (10,538) [3,262,630]

#21 N.W.A – Straight Outta Compton – 18,091 (12,643) [3,592,598]

#24 J. Cole – 2014 Forest Hills Drive – 15,308 (7,164) [9,163,489]

#28 Meek Mill – Dreams Worth More Than Money – 12,540 (2,822) [9,443,011]