If One Direction’s Niall Horan hadn’t released Flicker last week, Future and Young Thug would likely have a #1 Billboard 200 album right now. But, their surprise Super Slimey collaborative project wasn’t able to outsell the Irish singer-songwriter and wound up in the #2 slot for the week ending October 26.

Elsewhere on the chart, Young Dolph’s latest effort, Thinking Out Loud, made its debut at #16, while Gucci Mane’s recent Mr. Davis project, which debuted at #2 on the Billboard 200 last week, took a significant drop in sales to wind up in the #6 slot.

Super Debut

My family matters. Starring @ebsdaboss

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Future and Young Thug’s Super Slimey hit the chart at #2. With 75,200 total album equivalent units sold (14,753 in pure album sales and a chart-high streaming count of 87,136,310), it wasn’t enough to get them to that top spot, which is held by One Direction’s Niall Horan.

This marks Future’s follow-up to both his self-titled solo album and HNDRXX, which he released in February. Both albums debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200, making him the first artist in Billboard 200 history to have two albums debut at #1 in successive weeks.

Young Thug’s last album was the Beautiful Thugger Girls project he dropped in April. It debuted at #8 and boasted features from notable artists like Future (of course), Snoop Dogg and Lil Durk.

Young Dolph Makes A Splash

Following the Hollywood shooting of Young Dolph, which left the Memphis rapper with multiple gunshot wounds, the “100 Shots” artist quickly bounced back with the new album, Thinking Out Loud.  With 25,997 total album equivalent units sold (10,030 pure album sales and a streaming count of 22,900,903), the self-proclaimed King of Memphis has hit the #16 slot.

Dolph’s last mixtape, Gelato, peaked at #54 on the Billboard 200 earlier this year, while his Bulletproof album peaked at #36 a few months later. Thinking Out Loud marks Dolph’s highest debut on the Billboard 200 to date.

Mr. Davis Holds Its Top 10 Placement

The Father Of Trap Rap #MrDavis 10/13

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After debuting at #2 last week, Gucci Mane’s Mr. Davis has taken a 49 percent dip to land in the #6 slot. The newly married man pulled in 35,676 total album equivalent units (5,604 pure album sales and a streaming count of 42,512,148).

Mr. Davis follows his collaborative project with Metro Boomin, DropTopWop, which was released in May and peaked at #12. His last solo album, The Return of East Atlanta Santa, was delivered in December 2016 and peaked at #16.

In typical Gucci fashion, the hard-working rapper has already announced his next project, El Gato The Human Glacier, as well as a lofty financial goal of $10 million, which he hopes to earn before his honeymoon.

Top 10 Billboard Top 200 Rap & R&B Albums For The Week Ending 10/26/2017

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. Future & Young Thug — Super Slimey — #2 — 75,200 (14,753) [87,136,310]
  2. Post Malone — Stoney — #4 — 44,420 (4,056) [55,389,583]
  3. Gucci Mane — Mr. Davis — #6 — 35,676 (5,604) [42,512,148]
  4. Lil Uzi Vert — Luv Is Rage 2 — #9 — 33,235 (584) [47,193,628]
  5. Lil Pump — Lil Pump — #12 — 27,003 (1,246) [36,227,107]
  6. Khalid — American Teen — #13 — 26,965 (2,227) [33,161,465]
  7. Kendrick Lamar — DAMN. — #14 — 26,805 (3,857) [31,438,649]
  8. A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie — Bigger Artist — #15 — 26,496 (597) [37,644,995]
  9. Young Dolph — Thinking Out Loud — #16 — 25,997 (10,030) [22,900,903]
  10. XXXTENTACION — 17 — #18 — 21,088 (649) [29,609,510]