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Since 2010, Drake and Eminem put the most entries on the list of hip hop’s most successful album debuts.

Drake is crushing it with five entries out of 10. His 2016’s release “Views” moved 1.04 million units on the first week of release and warranted the artist the top spot on this ranking. Lil Wayne occupies the second position with 964,000 nits sold on the first week of “Tha Carter IV” release in 2011.

Eminem sits at No.3 and No.4 with “The Marshall Mathers LP2” (792,000) and “Recovery” (741,000), respectively.

Only after that Drake re-enters the chart, putting in four more of his projects. Kendrick Lamar and Travis Scott checked in with one album each.

The list of the highest first week album sales in US hip hop since 2010 was compiled by @HipHopNumbers:

1. 1,040,000 — Drake “Views” (2016)
2. 964,000 — Lil Wayne “Tha Carter IV” (2011)
3. 792,000 — Eminem “The Marshall Mathers LP2” (2013)
4. 741,000 — Eminem “Recovery” (2010)

5. 732,000 — Drake “Scorpion” (2018)
6. 658,000 — Drake “Nothing Was the Same” (2013)
7. 631,000 — Drake “Take Care” (2011)
8. 603,000 — Kendrick Lamar “DAMN” (2017)
9. 537,000 — Travis Scott “Astroworld” (2018)
10. 535,000 — Drake “If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late” (2015)