Atlanta’s period of grief after the Falcons lost the Super Bowl to the New England Patriots should be short-lived as hometown heroes Migos take the top spot on Billboard’s 200 albums chart with Culture. Kehlani also lands high on the charts with her debut album. With these projects nabbing the top spots, The Weeknd gets his lowest position yet with Starboy.

Rain Drop. Drop Top. Migos’ Album Took The Top Spot.

Migos did it. They have the number one album in the country. Culture lands at the top spot on the Billboard 200 chart with 131,193 equivalent album units. The project was streamed 115.6 million times, which made up 77,000 of the total units, a whopping 59 percent. Of course, the album was bolstered by the #1 song in the country, “Bad and Boujee,” as well as the singles “T-shirt” and “Call Casting.” The Atlanta group’s last album, 2015’s Yung Rich Nation, peaked at #17 on the chart

Kehlani Makes Waves With Debut Album

Kehlani’s SweetSexySavage makes its debut at #3 on the chart with 58,010 equivalent album units and 35 million streams. The album rides the success of her singles “CRZY” and the Suicide Squad cut “Gangsta.” Kehlani’s mixtape, 2015’s You Should be Here, reached the #36 spot on the chart and nabbed the Bay Area singer a Grammy nomination.

The Weeknd Slides Down To #4

The Weeknd’s Starboy has its lowest position yet, and even then it remains in the Top 5 at #4. This sales cycle, it saw a 10 percent drop as it pushed 50,572 equivalent album units and was streamed 48.7 million times.

Top 10 Billboard Top 200 Rap & R&B Albums For The Week Ending 02/02/2017

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 Migos — Culture — 131,193 (44,452) [115,589,572]

#3 Kehlani — SweetSexySavage — 58,010 (31,845) [35,382,213]

#4 The Weeknd — Starboy — 50,572 (10,008) [48,678,175]

#7 Bruno Mars — 24K Magic — 30,918 (15,220) [14,668,985]

#9 Post Malone — Stoney — 27,311 (2,992) [31,996,756]

#13 Drake – VIEWS  — 24,635 (3,426) [29,064,254]

#15 J. Cole — 4 Your Eyez Only — 21,188 (5,727) [21,761,434]

#17 Rihanna — Anti — 20,111 (3,110) [18,383,494]

#20 Travis Scott — Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight —17,051 (1,494) [20,728,685]

#22 Rae Sremmurd — SremmLife 2 —15,449 (960) [16,584,884]

#24 Various Artists — Suicide Squad: The Album —15,093 (5,507) [9,858,490]

#28 Twiztid — The Continuous Evil — 14,324 (14,076) [195,754]