A complete breakdown of this week’s Hip-Hop sales

With no new Hip-Hop albums being released–not counting the Empire Soundtrack, which debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 (beating out Madonna!)–the sales charts remained virtually unchanged from last week. Once again, Drake’s If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late beat out all other rap and R&B releases, pushing 58,862 copies including streams. Big Sean’s latest album continued to slide off the radar, as Dark Sky Paradise sold 36,460 including streams, a 30% decrease from last week.

With the 2014 Forest Hills Drive Tour now in full swing, J. Cole moved another 10,863 copies of his album, slightly edging out Nicki Minaj’s Pinkprint, which sold 10,208 units. Next in line were Childish Gambino’s Because The Internet, Rae Sremmurd’s SremmLife, and Chris Brown & Tyga’s joint album, Fan of a Fan, respectively. Next week, expect Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp A Butterfly to top the hip-hop charts, as it has already broken Spotify’s record for the most streams in a single day, reaching 9.6 million streams in total.

View the total sales of each album below, via Hits Daily Double.

Drake – If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late

SALES: 28,362 INCLUDING STEAMS: 58,862

Big Sean – Dark Sky Paradise

SALES: 19,960 INCLUDING STREAMS: 36,460

J. Cole – 2014 Forest Hills Drive

SALES: 10,863 INCLUDING STREAMS: 16,863

Nicki Minaj – Pinkprint

SALES: 10,208 INCLUDING STREAMS: 30,708

Childish Gambino – Because The Internet

SALES: 7,721 INCLUDING STREAMS: 10,721

Rae Sremmurd – SremmLife

SALES: 7,717 INCLUDING STREAMS: 15,817

Chris Brown & Tyga: Fan of a Fan: The Album

SALES: 7,586 INCLUDING STREAMS: 15,286

Matt Aceto (@RRprez)