21 Savage is off to a good start in album sales this year as he secures his second week on Billboard’s Top 200 albums chart for his album ‘I Am > I Was.’

21’s album was released back in December and sold 131,000 units within it’s first week when it debuted at number 1 on the chart. Now the album’s sales dropped to 65,000 units but still manages to hold the number 1 spot. Similarly, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie also holds on to No. 2 on the charts with Hoodie SZN coming in at 58,000 units, dipping just 35 percent from his previous number. You’ll find that hip-hop continues to dominate the top slots on the chart with no debuts in sight this week, while a few heavy-hitters slide their way back up the totem pole.

At. No. 3, Meek Mill’s Championships locks in with 48,000 units while Post Malone enters the top 10 yet again with beerbongs & bentleys at No. 4 with an estimate of 48,000 units. At No. 5 is the hip-hop-driven Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse soundtrack with 46,000 units after spending the last week at No. 13. In the bottom half of the top 10, you’ll find the usual suspects with Drake’s Scorpion taking hold of No. 6 with 44,000 units. Travis Scott’s Astroworld goes to No. 7 with a rounded estimate of 44,000 units as well while The Greatest Showman soundtrack goes to No.8 with 43,000. Closing things out is Kodak Black’s Dying To Live album holding on to No. 9 with 40,000 while Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s A Star Is Born soundtrack closes out with a rounded 40,000 as well.