The Billboard 200 album chart closed out 2015 with solid sales from some of hip-hop and R&B’s biggest acts.
According to the publication, Fetty Wap’s self-titled set jumped back into the top 10, climbing from #21 to #5 and selling an additional 70,000 units. The Weeknd’s Beauty Behind the Madness also rose, from #9 to #6 with 69,000 units sold, while Chris Brown’s Royalty fell from #3 to #8 in its second week — the singer’s album sold 55,000 copies.
Rounding out the top 10, Bryson Tiller’s Trapsoul hits a new peak. His debut set hopped several positions, from #33 to #10, selling an additional 53,000 units. The feat bests his previous high at #11, which is where his project opened back in October 2015. The newcomer’s first studio album has remained in the weekly top 40 since its release.
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