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

You may not have known it, but Raekwon dropped an album on April 28th. Fly International Luxurious Art,  Raekwon’s sixth studio LP, sold 6,738 copies in its opening week. Compared to his last album, 2011’s Shaolin vs. Wu-Tang, these sales are down nearly 22,000 units.

Last week’s chart-topper, Yelawolf’s Love Story, suffered a major sales decline as well. Yelawolf managed to move 13,131 units of his new album off the shelves, a decrease of 76% from its debut week in stores. Sneaking his way back to the top of the rap chart this week was Drake, who sold 35,235 copies of If You’re Reading This, It’s Too Late including streams.

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

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

SALES: 17,508 INCLUDING STREAMS: 35,235

Yelawolf – Love Story

SALES: 13,131 INCLUDING STREAMS: 16,225

Kendrick LamarTo Pimp A Butterfly

SALES: 11,254 INCLUDING STREAMS: 17,530

WaleThe Album About Nothing

SALES: 6,961 INCLUDING STREAMS: 10,500

J. Cole2014 Forest Hills Drive

SALES: 6,763 INCLUDING STREAMS: 12,684

Raekwon – Fly International Luxurious Art

SALES: 6,738

Tyler, The CreatorCherry Bomb

SALES: 6,116

Big SeanDark Sky Paradise

SALES: 5,420 INCLUDING STREAMS: 14,844

Nicki MinajPinkprint

SALES: 4,468 INCLUDING STREAMS: 17,874

Matt Aceto (@RRprez)