The Weeknd and Fetty Wap remain in the top five on Billboard’s Top 200 albums chart. DJ Khaled debuts in the top 15 with I Changed A Lot. Both editions of The Documentary 2 are in the top 30. Drake and Future chart with What a Time to Be Alive and their respective solo projects.

DJ Khaled’s I Changed A Lot Debuts

The Miami artist’s eighth studio album lands at the #12 position in its first week, selling more than 25,000 album units. The project was the top-selling independent album and saw nearly six million streams including the singles “How Many Times,” “Gold Slugs” and “Hold You Down.” DJ Khaled’s highest-charting album was 2013’s Kiss The Ring, which peaked at #4 and featured “Take It To The Head,” “Hip Hop” and “They Ready.”

The Game Slides Down The Charts

Both discs of The Documentary 2 land within the top 30 of the chart with disc one at the 27 spot and disc two at #29, seeing a 68 percent drop in sales from its debut last week. The projects have eight million streams between the two of them.

Fetty Wap Continues Seeing Success

Fetty Wap’s debut album remains the highest selling Rap album on the chart. This week, it returned to the #4 position, selling more than 42,000 album units and garnering nearly 26 million streams.

Top 10 Billboard Top 200 Rap & R&B Albums For The Week Ending 10/29/2015

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.

#3 The Weeknd – Beauty Behind the Madness – 54,893 (19,775) [30,150,571]

#4 Fetty Wap – Fetty Wap – 42,316 (10,987) [25,795,343]

#6 Drake and Future – What a Time to Be Alive – 34,495 (8,437) [30,303,254]

#12 DJ Khaled – I Changed A Lot – 25,676 (19,240) [5,754,559]

#21 Bryson Tiller – Trapsoul – 18,883 (7,924) [13,270,491]

#23 Future – Dirty Sprite 2 – 17,806 (4,556) [15,160,888]

#24 Drake – If Youre Reading This Its Too Late – 16,758 (4,208) [15,342,076]

#27 The Game – The Documentary 2 – 16,158 (11,767) [5,180,789]

#29 The Game – The Documentary 2.5 – 15,106 (11,925) [3,006,768]

#32 J. Cole – 2014 Forest Hills Drive – 12,903 (3,594) [10,770,162]