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Hip Hop and R&B continues to dominate the Billboard 200’s Top 10 for the week ending November 1. Tory Lanez’s Love Me Now? makes a robust debut within the Top 5, whereas Ty Dolla $ign and Jeremih’s collaborative venture, MihTy, enters the chart at No. 60.

Meanwhile, MadeInTYO’s Sincerely, Tokyo hobbles on the chart at No. 99, simply squeezing into the Top 100.

In His Lanez

Tory Lanez’s Love Me Now? has hit the chart at No. four with 53,795 complete album equal models, 5,012 in pure album gross sales and a streaming depend of 62,515,513.

The venture follows Memories Don’t Lie, which was launched again in March and debuted at No. three with roughly 54,000 complete album equal models bought in its first week.

Mih Mih Mih

Despite the well-known fingerprints of options king Ty Dolla $ign, his collaborative venture with Jeremih — MihTy — has hit the chart at a less-than-stellar No. 60.

With 11,337 complete album equal models, 1,459 pure album gross sales and a streaming depend of 12,237,857, the album clearly struggled to interrupt by means of the Top 50.

The venture serves because the debut album from the high-profile duo and options French Montana, Wiz Khalifa and Chris Brown.

Read the MihTy evaluation right here. 

MadeInLA

MadeInTYO’s inaugural studio album Sincerely, Tokyo barely squeezes into the Top 100 this week. With eight,335 complete album equal models, 278 pure album gross sales and a streaming depend of 11,310,558, the Los Angeles-based rapper’s newest venture lands at No. 99.

The album follows the beforehand launched single “Ned Flanders” that includes A$AP Ferg.

Read the Sincerely, Tokyo evaluation right here. 

Top 10 Billboard 200 Rap & R&B Albums For The Week Ending 11/01/2018

Note: The first quantity under is that this week’s “complete album equal models” depend, an intersection of album gross sales, single gross sales, and streams applied by Billboard’s new score system. A pure album gross sales determine is offered in daring in parenthesis and details about every album’s streaming depend is offered in brackets.

  1. Tory Lanez — Love Me Now? — No. four — 53,795 (5,012) [62,515,513]
  2. Lil Wayne — Tha Carter V — No. 5 — 51,99 (four,585) [61,544,928]
  3. Lil Baby & Gunna — Drip Harder — No. 6 —49,018 (424) [70,540,428]
  4. Drake — Scorpion — No. 7 — 48,865 (1,649) [63,670,774]
  5. Future & Juice WRLD — WRLD ON DRUGS — No. eight — 45,453 (2,322) [61,678,883]
  6. Travis Scott — Astroworld — No. 9 — 44,873 (1,996) [58,029,770]
  7. Post Malone — Beerbongs & Bentleys — No. 10 — 41,365 (three,240) [51,738,792]
  8.  Ella Mai — Ella Mai — No. 11 — 30,309 (three,190) [35,120,807]
  9. Quavo — Quavo Huncho — No. 12 — 28,240 (329) [37,700,303]
  10. Juice WRLD — Goodbye & Good Riddance — No. 13 — 28,169 (308) [44,680,600]

Note: The first quantity under is that this week’s “complete album equal models” depend, an intersection of album gross sales, single gross sales, and streams applied by Billboard’s new score system. A pure album gross sales determine is offered in daring in parenthesis and details about every album’s streaming depend is offered in brackets.

  1. Tory Lanez — Love Me Now? — No. four — 53,795 (5,012) [62,515,513]
  2. Lil Wayne — Tha Carter V — No. 5 — 51,99 (four,585) [61,544,928]
  3. Lil Baby & Gunna — Drip Harder — No. 6 —49,018 (424) [70,540,428]
  4. Drake — Scorpion — No. 7 — 48,865 (1,649) [63,670,774]
  5. Future & Juice WRLD — WRLD ON DRUGS — No. eight — 45,453 (2,322) [61,678,883]
  6. Travis Scott — Astroworld — No. 9 — 44,873 (1,996) [58,029,770]
  7. Post Malone — Beerbongs & Bentleys — No. 10 — 41,365 (three,240) [51,738,792]
  8.  Ella Mai — Ella Mai — No. 11 — 30,309 (three,190) [35,120,807]
  9. Quavo — Quavo Huncho — No. 12 — 28,240 (329) [37,700,303]
  10. Juice WRLD — Goodbye & Good Riddance — No. 13 — 28,169 (308) [44,680,600]

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