Although pop singer Shawn Mendes nabbed the Billboard 200 crown for the week ending May 31, Hip Hop was still properly represented in the Top 10.

Pusha T’s DAYTONA and A$AP Rocky’s Testing both made their debuts in the Top 5, while Juice WRLD’s Goodbye & Good Riddance made an 84 percent jump to land in the Top 10.

Meanwhile, Post Malone’s Beerbongs & Bentleys stayed at #2, Cardi B’s Invasion Of Privacy held steady at #5 and Lil Baby’s Harder Than Ever fell 36 percent to settle at #7.

Mega producer Zaytoven also made his debut with Trap Holizay, which hit the chart at #78.

Pushin’

If you know, you know… Coming soon 🎥 #DAYTONA

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Pusha T’s DAYTONA is officially his highest charting album to date. With 76,500 total album equivalent units (39,208 in pure album sales and a streaming count of 53,818,877), the G.O.O.D. Music president’s third solo album slid into the #3 slot, right behind Post Malone.

His solo debut, My Name Is My Name, debuted with around 74,000 in first-week sales, peaking at #4 and spending 11 weeks on the Billboard 200. His sophomore album, 2015’s King Push – Darkest Before Dawn: The Prelude, debuted at #20 upon its release and spent five weeks on the chart.

Read the DAYTONA review here.

1, 2, 3 … 4

ALL DONE

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A$AP Rocky unleashed Testing on Friday (May 25), rivaling Pusha’s DAYTONA. The numbers for both artists were fairly close but the A$AP Mob star sold just a little less and wound up at #4.

With 75,003 total album equivalent units (13,359 in pure album sales and a streaming count of  89,304,158), Testing marks the first time a solo album of his didn’t debut at #1. Both 2013’s Long. Live. A$AP. and 2015’s At. Long. Last. A$AP both made their debuts at #1.

Read the Testing review here.

Say Hello To Juice WRLD

Seemingly out of nowhere, Illinois rapper Juice WRLD has started making a name for himself. The Interscope Records signee released his Goodbye & Good Riddance project on May 23, which debuted at #15, but this week, it made an 84 percent jump to land in the Top 10.

With 43,323 total album equivalent units (1,381 in pure album sales and a streaming count of 60,782,299), the 19-year-old ended up at #7.

Top 10 Billboard 200 Rap & R&B Albums For The Week Ending 05/31/2018

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. Post Malone — Beerbongs & Bentleys — #2 —103,982 (11,857 ) [127,031,389]
  2. Pusha T — DAYTONA – #3 — 76,500 (39,208) [53,818,877]
  3. A$AP Rocky — Testing – #4 — 75,003 (13,359) [89,304,158]
  4. Cardi B — Invasion Of Privacy — #5 — 47,130 (3,646) [58,260,370]
  5. Lil Baby — Harder Than Ever — #7 — 45,485 (1,142) [64,770,467]
  6. Juice WRLD — Goodbye & Good Riddance — #8 — 43,323 (1,381) [60,782,299]
  7. J. Cole — KOD — #10 — 53,269 (9,738) [63,401,112]
  8. Post Malone — Stoney — #12 — 24,833 (1,860) [31,983,521]
  9. Various Artists — Black Panther: The Album — #9 — 23,899 (3,422) [27,420,099]
  10. Migos — Culture II — #14 — 23,771 (1,217) [31,360,689]