Despite Moneybagg Yo’s connection to a recent New Jersey Turnpike shooting, the Memphis rapper still has a reason to celebrate. The Yo Gotti affiliate’s new mixtape, Federal 3X, has made its Billboard 200 debut at #5 for the week ending August 17.

With 29,923 total album equivalent units sold, 13,570 pure album sales and a streaming count of 23,114,058, the project was able to beat out albums by SZA, 21 Savage and Meek Mill.

Meanwhile, Khalid’s R&B masterpiece, American Teen, continues to skyrocket up the chart, hitting #4 in its 24th week on the chart. Kendrick Lamar’s DAMN. is also still hanging tough at #2.

Moneybagg Yo Scores First Top 10

After releasing 2 Federal with Yo Gotti in November 2016, the CMG artist returned with Federal 3X last week. The project has made its grand entrance at #5, which marks the first time he’s ever broken into the Top 10.

American Teen Living The American Dream

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El Paso, Texas R&B sensation Khalid released his debut album, American Teen, on March 3 and 24 weeks later, the album has peaked at #4. Last week, the project was in the #10 slot. Consequently, the new position marks a 17 percent jump. The album has sold 31,521 total equivalent units, 5,657 pure albums and has collected a streaming count of 33,530,283.

4:44 Continues To Lose Steam 

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JAY-Z’s 13th studio album, 4:44, has fallen another four slots this week, landing at #15. Since its initial chart-topping debut in June, the album has continued to slide. In its second week, it hit #5 and then plummeted to the #11 slot in its third week.

With 20,777 total album equivalent units sold, 11,819 pure album sales and a streaming count of 12,011,465, it wasn’t enough to reenter the Top 1o.

Top 10 Billboard Top 200 Rap & R&B Albums For The Week Ending 8/17/2017

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— 43,097 (9,613) [45,060,681]
  2. DJ Khaled — Grateful — #3 — 33,821 (3,615) [31,257,194]
  3. Khalid — American Teen — #4 — 31,521 (5,657) [33,530,283]
  4. Moneybagg Yo — Federal 3X — #5 — 29,923 (13,570) [23,114,058]
  5. SZA — CTRL — #7 — 27,311 (5,133) [31,319,577]
  6. 21 Savage — Issa Album — #8 — 26,426 (1,929) [34,236,724]
  7. Bruno Mars— 24K Magic — #10 — 25,112 (9,459) [16,467,380]
  8. Post Malone — Stoney — #11 — 23,719 (1,584) [28,388,297]
  9. Meek Mill — Wins & Losses — #12 — 23,425 (3,271) [28,312,770]
  10. Drake — More Life — #13 — 23,299 (722) [32,049,090]