Fetty Wap lands at the top spot with his debut eponymous album. Drake and Future’s What a Time To Be Alive stands at the #2 spot. That project, along with those from Mac Miller and Andy Mineo saw significant percent decrease from their first week sales. Bryson Tiller’s Trapsoul debuts at #11. Big Boi’s collaborative project with Phantogram, Big Grams, debuts at #38. Casey Veggie’s Live & Grow lands at #93 its opening week with 5,803 total album equivalent sales.

Fetty Wap Garners First #1 Album

Fetty Wap’s Fetty Wap album gives the Paterson, New Jersey rapper-singer his first #1 album after making history with his singles. In July, he tied Lil Wayne by having two songs in the top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. In August, Fetty Wap became the first artist to chart his first four singles in the top 10 on the Hot Rap Songs Chart. The album saw 128,654 total album equivalent sales and received 39,291,161 streams.

Drake and Future Stay Alive With Mixtape/Album

Drake and Future’s collaborative project, What a Time to Be Alive, lands at the #2 spot on the chart. With 106,520 total album equivalent sales, the mixtape/album saw a 71.6 percentage sales drop this week. The project received 54,115,992 streams and is now available on Spotify after spending its debut week as an Apple Music exclusive.

Mac Miller and Andy Mineo See Percentage Drops

Mac Miller and Andy Mineo both landed in the top 10 of last week’s chart with Go:od AM and Uncomfortable respectively, but both saw significant drops in this week’s album sales. Miller is #18 and saw 20,602 total units of activity, a 76 percent drop. Mineo’s Uncomfortable sits at the #86 with 6,111 total album equivalent sales, an 83 percent difference.

Top 10 Billboard Top 200 Rap & R&B Albums For The Week Ending 10/01/2015

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 Fetty Wap – Fetty Wap – 128,654 (75,484) [39,291,161]

#2 Drake and Future – What a Time to Be Alive – 106,520 (61,375) [54,115,992]

#5 The Weeknd – Beauty Behind the Madness – 81,427 (35,732) [37,012,335]

#11 Bryson Tiller – Trapsoul – 31,755 (23,667) [8,668,890]

#17 Future – Dirty Sprite 2 – 22,437 (7,128) [17,154,054]

#18 Mac Miller – Go:od AM – 20,602 (11,634) [11,511,281]

#21 Drake – If Youre Reading This Its Too Late – 18,786 (5,129) [16,279,521]

#32 J. Cole – 2014 Forest Hills Drive – 13,458 (4,426) [10,306,541]

#33 Travi$ Scott – Rodeo – 13,262 (4,615) [9,405,788]

#38 Big Grams – Big Grams – 11,277 (9,626) [1,840,328]