Travis Scott has been celebrating his album Astroworld’s jump from number seven to number one on Billboard’s top 200 albums of the year but seems like Travis’ celebration will have to be cut short since an error proved that Dummy Boy is actually the number 1 album.

Originally, it was believed that a neck-and-neck battle between Astroworld and 6ix9ine’s Dummy Boy would be taking place for Billboard supremacy which brings valid questions towards the other albums on the list seeing that Tekashi’s album only counted for two and a half days of sales this week but managed to be in the running for the number 1 spot. Complex is noting that a discrepancy in the initial reports may have altered the actual positioning of this week’s Billboard chart. After noticing that there was an error in the sales count, a representative for Nielsen reportedly told Hits Daily Double that DUMMY BOY actually should have been the No. 1 album of the week.

“Our team has done a deep dive and found the cause of the initial discrepancy,” said Drew Bennett at Nielsen, the firm Billboard gets most of their information from. We’ve since then reprocessed the jobs necessary and re-finalized the charts. As a result, 6ix9ine’s DUMMY BOY will be moving to #1… Our team is working quickly to identify the root cause of this discrepancy to ensure that we get it right the first time.” Neither teams, Travis or Tekashi, has commented on the mix up, Billboard is yet to correct or defend their mistake.