Although 21 Savage’s Issa Album jumped from #12 to #6 on the Billboard 200, sales still saw a slight decline for the week ending August 3. Tyler The Creator’s Flower Boy LP dropped a staggering 75 percent since last week, landing in the #12 slot, while Meek Mill’s Wins & Losses fell 64 percent but managed to maintain the #3 slot, just behind Kendrick Lamar’s double-platinum album, DAMN., which is holding steady at #2.

Elsewhere on the chart, Vic Mensa’s The Autobiography made its debut, but barely cracked the Top 30. With 8,209 pure album sales and 10,913,416 streams, the Chi-Town rapper entered the chart at #27.

On the other hand, JAY-Z’s 4:44 and DJ Khaled’s Grateful were able to hang in the Top 5 even though both albums’ sales slumped.

Vic Mensa Writes Another Chapter

While Vic Mensa’s debut album didn’t move huge numbers, The Autobiography was still the strongest showing yet for the 24-year-old artist. With 8,209 pure album sales, 10,913,416 streams and 15,977 total album equivalent units sold, the Roc Nation release wound up in the #27 slot, marking Mensa’s highest-charting project to date.

His 2016 EP, There’s Alot Going On, peaked at #127 on the Billboard 200 and at #14 on the Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums chart. The Autobiography serves as Mensa’s debut studio album and the follow-up to The Manuscript EP, which he released in June.

Flower Boy Loses A Few Petals

Sales of Tyler The Creator’s critically acclaimed Flower Boy LP fell 75 percent in its second week. With 7,152 pure albums, 27,393,364 streams and 26,004 total album equivalent units sold, the Odd Future founder’s follow-up to 2015’s Cherry Bomb dropped from the #2 spot to #12.

Issa Album‘s Sales Decline But It Still Jumps Six Spots

21 Savage released his first official full-length album, Issa Album, on July 7, which debuted at #2 on the charts. Now in its fourth week, the project has jumped from #12 to #6 despite a 7 percent dip in sales. With 30,734 total album equivalent units sold (3,355 pure album sales and 38,086,306 streams), it was enough to keep him in the Top 10.

His 2016 collaborative EP, Savage Mode with Metro Boomin, was certified gold by the RIAA in May, but only peaked at #23 on the Billboard 200.

Top 10 Billboard Top 200 Rap & R&B Albums For The Week Ending 8/3/2017

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. Kendrick Lamar — DAMN. — #2 — 46,696 (11,832) [46,409,371]
  2. Meek Mill — Wins & Losses — #3 — 36,709 (8,479) [39,764,114]
  3. DJ Khaled — Grateful — #4 — 33,971 (4,059) [34,934,515]
  4. JAY-Z — 4:44 — #5 — 32,938 (20,020) [17,293,932]
  5. 21 Savage — Issa Album — #6 — 30,734 (3,355) [38,086,306]
  6. Khalid — American Teen — #11 — 26,630 (2,898) [30,690,816]
  7. Tyler The Creator — Flower Boy — #12 — 26,004 (7,152) [27,393,364]
  8. SZA— CTRL — #13 — 25,872 (4,448) [29,996,634]
  9. Post Malone — Stoney — #15 — 24,636 (1,763) [28,889,930]
  10. Drake — More Life — #16 — 24,405 (844) [33,196,006]