This week’s album sales are dominated by Green Day, who released Revolution Radio almost 22 years after taking the nation by storm with its Dookie LP. The project debuts at the top of Billboard’s Top 200 albums chart with nearly 95,000 equivalent album units. It is followed by first week sales for Norah Jones and OneRepublic. Their projects, Day Breaks and Oh My My land at #2 and #3 respectively before Hip Hop appears on the chart with Drake at #4.

Drake’s VIEWS Ties Lowest Chart Position Yet

Drake finds himself at the #4 position this week with VIEWS. Over the project’s 24 weeks on the chart, this is only the second time it has fallen out of the Top 3. The last time was the week ending September 1 when VIEWS also charted at #4. In this sales cycle, the LP saw 42,861 total units of movement and was streamed nearly 48 million times.

Solange Remains In Top 10

Solange’s A Seat at the Table remains a fan favorite as it lands at #6 to remain in the Top 10 after it debuted at the top of the charts last week. Now, it carried 34,116 equivalent album units, a 53 percent drop from its first cycle.

Travis Scott Slips Out of Top 10

In a quiet week for Hip Hop album sales, Travis Scott’s Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight slips out of the Top 10 to the #12 slot with nearly 22,000 units sold, a seven percent drop from last week. This is the LP’s sixth week on the chart and it might have gotten some renewed interest after an unauthorized project leaked this week.

Top 10 Billboard Top 200 Rap & R&B Albums For The Week Ending 10/13/2016

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.

#4 Drake – VIEWS – 42,861 (6,149) [47,915,112]

#5 Various Artists – Suicide Squad: The Album – 37,462 (12,198) [19,492,069]

#6 Solange — A Seat at the Table — 34,116 (15,412) [25,635,106]

#12 Travis Scott – Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight – 21,943 (1,784) [27,767,980]

#15 Rihanna – ANTI – 19,667 (3,579) [19,947,946]

#18 Kanye West – The Life of Pablo – 17,760 (1) [24,209,144]

#30 Beyonce — LEMONADE — 14,976 (10,287) [1,162,606]

#31 DJ Khaled — Major Key — 14,040 (2,952) [12,276,968]

#32 Chance The Rapper — Coloring Book13,925 (0) [20,888,092]

#33 Frank Ocean – Blonde – 13,644 (2,460) [16,776,460]