Ever since streaming services changed the music industry, hip hop albums have been dominating the charts with their ubiquitous presence on playlists.

The music industry has certainly come a long way since the early ’80s where hip hop acts didn’t even have a chart for their own, instead having to compete with R&B and dance acts.

But now, with hip hop being the biggest and most influential genre in the world, the culture’s impact is now reflecting on all the charts, from Billboard’s Hot 100 to Spotify’s most streamed albums. There are now countless hip hop artists who have over 5 billion streams alone .

From Drake’s Scorpion to Juice Wrld’s Goodbye & Good Riddance to XXXTentacion’s ? we take a look at the 100 most streamed hip hop albums on Spotify, of all time.

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1. XXXTentacion – ?

Released: March 16, 2018

Label: Bad Vibes Forever, Caroline, Capitol

Singles: “Sad!”, “Changes”, “Moonlight”

Streams: 7.884 billion

Released just three months before his murder, XXXTentacion’s ? is a modern alternative hip-hop masterpiece. By mixing live instrumentation with elements of pop, rock and hip-hop, on hits like “SAD!” and “changes” the late rapper expanded his sound far beyond the emo trap genre he helped pioneer.

2. Drake – Scorpion

Released: June 29, 2018

Label: Cash Money, Republic, Young Money

Singles: “God’s Plan”, “Nice for What”, “I’m Upset”, “Don’t Matter to Me”, “In My Feelings”, “Nonstop”, “Mob Ties”

Streams: 7.883 billion

Drake’s fifth record was an ambitious project. His first double album, the Canadian rapper-singer split the release between his two passions. Side A focused on hip-hop and bars while Side B revolved around R&B and pop vibes. Though the record was not a favorite for critics, fans have since called it a sleeper classic, with many of Drake’s best songs featured on the album.

3. Drake – Views

Released: April 29, 2016

Label: Cash Money, Republic, Young Money

Singles: “Hotline Bling”, “One Dance”, “Pop Style”, “Controlla”, “Too Good”

Streams: 7.13 billion

As is often the case with his records, Drake’s fourth album benefitted from the appearance of some A-list collaborators, including superstar singers, rappers and producers like Rihanna, Kanye, Wizkid and Future. Smash hits like “One Dance” and “Hotline Bling” pushed the record’s streaming numbers into the stratosphere.

4. Travis Scott – Astroworld

Released: August 3, 2018

Label: Cactus Jack, Grand Hustle, Epic

Singles: “Butterfly Effect”, “Sicko Mode”, “Yosemite”, “Wake Up”

Streams: 5.92 billion

By the time he dropped his third album, Travis Scott had found a home in the psychedelic trap world he introduced on earlier records. Throughout Astroworld the rapper uses ethereal keys, hypnotic vocal harmonies and his own hallucinogenic induced philosophies to paint a seventeen track hypnagogic trip.

5. Juice Wrld – Goodbye & Good Riddance

Released: May 23, 2018

Label: Grade A, Interscope

Singles: “All Girls Are the Same”, “Lucid Dreams”, “Lean wit Me”, “Wasted”, “Armed and Dangerous”

Streams: 5.82 billion

Remarkably, Juice WRLD’s entire career lasted less than five years, from SoundCloud to superstardom. Goodbye and Good Riddance is the record that made him a household name. He didn’t invent emo rap, but he defined it on his debut album, a 17-track journey through the pain and heartache of a talented and troubled young man.

6. XXXTentacion – 17

Released: August 25, 2017

Label: Bad Vibes Forever, Empire

Singles: “Revenge”, “Jocelyn Flores”, “Fuck Love”

Streams: 5.35 billion

XXXTentacion’s early mix tapes were blowing up in 2017 and record labels were fighting get a piece of this brilliant-yet-troubled artist. The stage was set for a blockbuster debut album. X delivered with the-now highly influential indie rock-inspired and R&B-tinged 17 . It wouldn’t be until a year later that he would execute a singular artistic vision on his sophomore release ? . However 17 is a fascinating look at the artist in his rawest form.

7. Kendrick Lamar – DAMN.

Released: April 14, 2017

Label: TDE, Aftermath, Interscope

Singles: “Humble”, “Loyalty”, “Love”

Streams: 5.10 billion

By the time Kendrick hit the studio to record his fourth album he had already established himself as a major figure in rap music. However, once the record came out he was catapulted to legend status. Five years later the Grammy winning record is considered a classic and the man at the mic the reigning king of hip-hop.

8. Drake – More Life

Released: March 18, 2017

Label: Republic, Cash Money, Young Money

Singles: “Fake Love”, “Passionfruit”, “Free Smoke”, “Portland”, “Glow”

Streams: 4.99 billion

Drake has always been a musical chameleon. Frequently collaborating with famous artists and producers, he weaves multiple genres into his music. On More Life the rapper perfected his genre-bending ways. Though intended to be a low fan-fare release, the record became one of his more successful. Critics and fans alike gravitated to its wild mix of styles.

9. Pop Smoke – Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon

Released: July 3, 2020

Label: Victor Victor, Republic

Singles: “Make It Rain”, “The Woo”, “Mood Swings”, “For the Night”, “What You Know Bout Love”, “Hello”

Streams: 4.66 billion

Mixing hard drill rap with smooth R&B vibes and chill downtempo trap grooves, Pop Smoke’s debut full-length album is a richly layered and complex piece of work. Released five months after the rapper’s death, the record should have been the first great work of a long and fruitful career.

10. Lil Uzi Vert – Luv Is Rage 2

Released: August 25, 2017

Label: Generation Now, Atlantic

Singles: “XO Tour Llif3”, “The Way Life Goes”, “Sauce It Up”

Streams: 3.97 billion

Since his 2015 debut Love is Rage , Lil Uzi Vert has had his finger on the pulse of modern trap and emo rap. When he dropped the record’s sequel he gave the genre one of its defining documents. Now the album counts streaming numbers in the billions, thanks to Uzi’s innate knack for crafting infectious hooks.

11. Juice Wrld – Legends Never Die

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Released: July 10, 2020

Label: Grade A, Interscope

Singles: “Righteous”, “Tell Me U Luv Me”, “Life’s a Mess”, “Come & Go”, “Wishing Well”, “Smile”

Streams: 3.93 billion

12. Cardi B – Invasion of Privacy

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Released: April 6, 2018

Label: Atlantic

Singles: “Bodak Yellow”, “Bartier Cardi”, “Be Careful”, “I Like It”, “Ring”

Streams: 3.69 billion

13. Travis Scott – Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight

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Released: September 2, 2016

Label: Grand Hustle, Epic

Singles: “Wonderful”, “Pick Up the Phone”, “Goosebumps”

Streams: 3.51 billion

14. Eminem – The Eminem Show

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Released: May 26, 2002

Label: Shady, Aftermath, Interscope

Singles: “Without Me”, “Cleanin’ Out My Closet”, “Superman”, “Sing for the Moment”, “Business”

Streams: 3.48 billion

15. J. Cole – 2014 Forest Hills Drive

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Released: December 9, 2014

Label: ByStorm, Columbia, Dreamville, Roc Nation

Singles: “Apparently”, “Wet Dreamz”, “No Role Modelz”, “Love Yourz”

Streams: 3.38 billion

16. Juice Wrld – Death Race For Love

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Released: March 8, 2019

Label: Grade A, Interscope

Singles: “Robbery”, “Hear Me Calling”

Streams: 3.24 billion

17. Kanye West – The Life Of Pablo

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Released: February 14, 2016

Label: GOOD, Def Jam

Singles: “Famous”, “Father Stretch My Hands”, “Fade”

Streams: 3.17 billion

18. Drake – Take Care

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Released: November 15, 2011

Label: Young Money, Cash Money, Republic

Singles: “Marvins Room”, “Headlines”, “Make Me Proud”, “The Motto”, “Take Care”, “HYFR (Hell Ya Fucking Right)”, “Crew Love”

Streams: 3.16 billion

19. Kendrick Lamar and various artists – Black Panther

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Released: February 9, 2018

Label: Top Dawg, Aftermath, Interscope

Singles: “All the Stars”, “King’s Dead”, “Pray for Me”

Streams: 3.01 billion

20. Kendrick Lamar – good kid, m.A.A.d city

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Released: October 22, 2012

Label: TDE, Aftermath, Interscope

Singles: “The Recipe”, “Swimming Pools (Drank)”, “Backseat Freestyle”, “Poetic Justice”, “Bitch, Don’t Kill My Vibe”

Streams: 3 billion

21. Lil Nas X – 7

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Released: June 21, 2019

Label: Columbia

Singles: “Old Town Road”, “Old Town Road (Remix)”, “Panini”, “Rodeo (Remix)”

Streams: 2.99 billion

22. Drake – Nothing Was The Same

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Released: September 24, 2013

Label: OVO Sound, Young Money, Cash Money, Republic

Singles: “Started from the Bottom”, “Hold On, We’re Going Home”, “All Me”, “Pound Cake”, “The Language”, “Too Much”, “Worst Behavior”

Streams: 2.93 billion

23. Eminem – Recovery

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Released: June 18, 2010

Label: Shady, Aftermath, Interscope

Singles: “Not Afraid”, “Love the Way You Lie”, “No Love”, “Space Bound”

Streams: 2.9 billion

24. Eminem – The Marshall Mathers LP 2

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Released: November 5, 2013

Label: Aftermath, Shady, Interscope

Singles: “Berzerk”, “Survival”, “Rap God”, “The Monster”, “Headlights”

Streams: 2.87 billion

25. Migos – Culture II

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Released: January 26, 2018

Label: Capitol, Motown, Quality Control

Singles: “MotorSport”, “Stir Fry”, “Walk It Talk It”, “Narcos”

Streams: 2.64 billion

26. Roddy Rich – Please Excuse Me for Being Antisocial

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Released: December 6, 2019

Label: Atlantic, Bird Vision

Singles: “Big Stepper”, “Start wit Me”, “Tip Toe”, “The Box”, “High Fashion”

Streams: 2.61 billion

27. Drake – If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late

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Released: February 13, 2015

Label: OVO Sound, Young Money, Cash Money, Republic

Singles: “Preach”, “Energy”

Streams: 2.6 billion

28. Dr. Dre – 2001

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Released: November 16, 1999

Label: Aftermath, Interscope

Singles: “Still D.R.E.”, “Forgot About Dre”, “The Next Episode”, “The Watcher”

Streams: 2.57 billion

29. Kanye West – Graduation

Best Hip Hop Album Every Year Since 1986 Graduation

Released: September 11, 2007

Label: Def Jam, Roc-A-Fella

Singles: “Can’t Tell Me Nothing”, “Stronger”, “Good Life”, “Flashing Lights”, “Homecoming”

Streams: 2.53 billion

30. NF – Perception

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Released: October 6, 2017

Label: Capitol, Caroline, NF Real Music

Singles: “Outro”, “Green Lights”, “Let You Down”, “Lie”, “If You Want Love”

Streams: 2.49 billion

31. Eminem – Kamikaze

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Released: August 31, 2018

Label: Shady, Aftermath, Interscope

Singles: “Fall”, “Venom”, “Lucky You”

Streams: 2.47 billion

32. Lil Uzi Vert – Lil Uzi Vert vs. the World 2

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Released: March 13, 2020

Label: Generation Now, Atlantic

Singles: N/A

Streams: 2.43 billion

33. Nicki Minaj – The Pinkprint

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Released: December 15, 2014

Label: Young Money, Cash Money, Republic

Singles: “Pills n Potions”, “Anaconda”, “Only”, “Bed of Lies”, “Truffle Butter”, “The Night Is Still Young”

Streams: 2.42 billion

34. Migos – Culture

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Released: January 27, 2017

Label: Quality Control, YRN, 300

Singles: “Bad and Boujee”, “T-Shirt”, “Slippery”

Streams: 2.4 billion

35. Eminem – Music to Be Murdered By: Side B

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Released: December 18, 2020

Label: Shady, Aftermath, Interscope

Singles: N/A

Streams: 2.33 billion

36. Lil Tecca – We Love You Tecca

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Released: August 30, 2019

Label: Galactic, Republic

Singles: “Count Me Out”, “Ransom”, “Molly Girl”, “Love Me”, “Bossanova”, “Did It Again”, “Ransom (Remix)”, “Glo Up”

Streams: 2.29 billion

37. Lil Nas X – Montero

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Released: September 17, 2021

Label: Columbia

Singles: “Montero (Call Me by Your Name)”, “Sun Goes Down”, “Industry Baby”, “Thats What I Want”

Streams: 2.28 billion

38. 50 Cent – Get Rich Or Die Tryin’

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Released: February 6, 2003

Label: Shady, Aftermath, Interscope

Singles: “In da Club”, “21 Questions”, “Many Men (Wish Death)”, “P.I.M.P.”, “If I Can’t”

Streams: 2.26 billion

39. DJ Khaled – Grateful

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Released: June 23, 2017

Label: We the Best, Epic

Singles: “Shining”, “I’m the One”, “Wild Thoughts”

Streams: 2.25 billion

40. A Boogie Wit da Hoodie – Hoodie SZN

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Released: December 21, 2018

Label: Atlantic, Highbridge

Singles: “Look Back at It”, “Swervin”

Streams: 2.25 billion

41. Kanye West – My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy

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Released: November 22, 2010

Label: Def Jam, Roc-A-Fella

Singles: “Power”, “Runaway”, “Monster”, “All of the Lights”

Streams: 2.19 billion

42. G-Eazy – When It’s Dark Out

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Released: December 4, 2015

Label: RCA

Singles: “Me, Myself & I”, “Order More”, “Drifting”, “Some Kind of Drug”

Streams: 2.18 billion

43. Tyga – Legendary

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Released: June 7, 2019

Label: Last Kings, Empire

Singles: “Taste”, “Swish”, “Dip”, “Floss in the Bank”, “Girls Have Fun”, “Goddamn”, “Haute”

Streams: 2.17 billion

44. DaBaby – Blame It on Baby

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Released: April 17, 2020

Label: Interscope, South Coast

Singles: “Find My Way”, “Rockstar”, “No Dribble”, “Peep Hole”, “Blind”

Streams: 2.16 billion

45. Eminem – The Marshall Mathers LP

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Released: May 23, 2000

Label: Aftermath, Interscope

Singles: “The Real Slim Shady”, “The Way I Am”, “Stan”, “I’m Back”, “Bitch Please II”

Streams: 2.16 billion

46. Chance the Rapper – Coloring Book

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Released: May 13, 2016

Label: N/A

Singles: “Angels”, “No Problem”, “Summer Friends”

Streams: 2.07 billion

47. Fetty Wap – Fetty Wap

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Released: September 25, 2015

Label: RGF, 300

Singles: “Trap Queen”, “679”, “My Way”, “Again”

Streams: 2.04 billion

48. Future – FUTURE

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Released: February 17, 2017

Label: Epic, A1, Freebandz

Singles: “Draco”, “Mask Off”, “Extra Luv”

Streams: 1.99 billion

49. Nicki Minaj – Queen

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Released: August 10, 2018

Label: Young Money, Cash Money, Republic

Singles: “Chun-Li”, “Bed”, “Barbie Dreams”, “Good Form”

Streams: 1.88 billion

50. 2Pac – All Eyez On Me

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Released: February 13, 1996

Label: Death Row, Interscope

Singles: “California Love”, “2 of Amerikaz Most Wanted”, “How Do U Want It”, “I Ain’t Mad at Cha”

Streams: 1.88 billion

51. Pop Smoke – Meet The Woo 2

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Released: February 7, 2020

Label: Victor Victor, Republic

Singles: “Christopher Walking”

Streams: 1.88 billion

52. Russ – There’s Really A Wolf

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Released: May 5, 2017

Label: Diemon, Columbia

Singles: “Pull the Trigger”, “What They Want”, “Losin Control”, “Do It Myself”, “Me You”

Streams: 1.87 billion

53. Lil Baby – My Turn

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Released: February 28, 2020

Label: Capitol, Motown, Wolfpack, Quality Control

Singles: “Woah”, “Sum 2 Prove”, “Emotionally Scarred”, “All In”, “The Bigger Picture”

Streams: 1.84 billion

54. Young Thug – So Much Fun

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Released: August 16, 2019

Label: YSL, 300, Atlantic

Singles: “The London”, “Hot”

Streams: 1.83 billion

55. Drake – Dark Lane Demo Tapes

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Released: May 1, 2020

Label: OVO, Republic

Singles: “Toosie Slide”, “Chicago Freestyle”

Streams: 1.82 billion

56. Rae Sremmurd – SremmLife

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Released: January 6, 2015

Label: Ear Drummer, Interscope

Singles: “No Flex Zone”, “No Type”, “Throw Sum Mo”, “This Could Be Us”, “Come Get Her”

Streams: 1.77 billion

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Released: July 26, 2019

Label: NF Real Music, Caroline

Singles: “Why”, “The Search”, “When I Grow Up”, “Time”

Streams: 1.76 billion

58. G-Eazy – The Beautiful & Damned

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Released: December 15, 2017

Label: BPG, RVG, RCA

Singles: “No Limit”, “Him & I”, “Sober”

Streams: 1.76 billion

59. A$AP Rocky – LONG.LIVE.A$AP

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Released: January 15, 2013

Label: ASAP Worldwide, Polo Grounds, RCA

Singles: “Goldie”, “Fuckin’ Problems”, “Wild for the Night”, “Fashion Killa”

Streams: 1.74 billion

60. Logic – Everybody

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Released: May 5, 2017

Label: Visionary, Def Jam

Singles: “Everybody”, “Black Spiderman”, “1-800-273-8255”

Streams: 1.74 billion

61. Dreamville – Revenge Of The Dreamers III

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Released: July 5, 2019

Label: Dreamville, Interscope

Singles: “Middle Child”, “Down Bad / Got Me”, “LamboTruck / Costa Rica”, “Bussit / Still Up”

Streams: 1.74 billion

62. Lil Peep – Come Over When You’re Sober, Pt. 2

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Released: November 9, 2018

Label: AUTNMY, Columbia Records

Singles: “Falling Down”, “Sunlight on Your Skin”, “Cry Alone”, “Runaway”, “Life Is Beautiful”

Streams: 1.71 billion

63. Tyler, the Creator – Flower Boy

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Released: July 21, 2017

Label: Columbia

Singles: “Who Dat Boy” / “911”, “Boredom”, “I Ain’t Got Time!”, “See You Again”

Streams: 1.7 billion

64. Flo Rida – Wild Ones

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Released: July 3, 2012

Label: Poe Boy, Atlantic

Singles: “Good Feeling”, “Wild Ones”, “Whistle”, “I Cry”, “Let It Roll”

Streams: 1.7 billion

65. Metro Boomin – Not All Heroes Wear Capes

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Released: November 2, 2018

Label: Boominati, Republic

Singles: “No Complaints”, “Space Cadet”

Streams: 1.69 billion

66. 21 Savage, Metro Boomin & Offset – Without Warning

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Released: October 31, 2017

Label: Slaughter Gang, Epic, Capitol, Motown, Quality Control, Boominati, Republic

Singles: “Ric Flair Drip”

Streams: 1.68 billion

67. Drake & Future – What A Time To Be Alive

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Released: September 20, 2015

Label: Young Money, Cash Money, Republic, A1, Freebandz, Epic

Singles: “Jumpman”

Streams: 1.67 billion

68. Lil Baby & Gunna – Drip Harder

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Released: October 5, 2018

Label: Quality Control, YSL, 300 Motown, Capitol

Singles: “Drip Too Hard”, “Close Friends”

Streams: 1.67 billion

69. The Notorious B.I.G. – Ready to Die

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Released: September 13, 1994

Label: Bad Boy, Arista

Singles: “Juicy”, “Big Poppa / Warning”, “One More Chance”

Streams: 1.66 billion

70. Mac Miller – Swimming

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Released: August 3, 2018

Label: REMember Music, Warner Bros.

Singles: “Small Worlds”, “Self Care”, “What’s the Use?”

Streams: 1.66 billion

71. Lil Mosey – Certified Hitmaker

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Released: November 8, 2019

Label: Mogul Vision, Interscope

Singles: “G Walk”, “Stuck in a Dream”, “Live This Wild”, “Blueberry Faygo”, “Back at It”, “Top Gone”

Streams: 1.65 billion

72. Kid Cudi – Man on the Moon: The End of Day

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Released: September 15, 2009

Label: Dream On, GOOD, Universal Motown

Singles: “Day ‘n’ Nite”, “Make Her Say”, “Pursuit of Happiness”

Streams: 1.64 billion

73. DaBaby – Kirk

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Released: September 27, 2019

Label: Interscope, South Coast

Singles: “Intro”, “Bop”, “Vibez”

Streams: 1.62 billion

74. Jack Harlow – Thats What They All Say

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Released: December 11, 2020

Label: Generation Now, Atlantic

Singles: “Tyler Herro”, “Way Out”, “Already Best Friends”

Streams: 1.62 billion

75. Eminem – Revival

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Released: December 15, 2017

Label: Shady, Aftermath, Interscope

Singles: “Walk on Water”, “River”, “Nowhere Fast”, “Remind Me”

Streams: 1.61 billion

76. SAINt JHN – While the World Was Burning

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Released: November 20, 2020

Label: GØDD COMPLEXx, Hitco, WMG

Singles: “Roses”, “Gorgeous”, “Sucks to Be You”, “Smack Dvd”

Streams: 1.61 billion

77. French Montana – Jungle Rules

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Released: July 14, 2017

Label: Coke Boys, Bad Boy, Epic

Singles: “Unforgettable”, “No Pressure”, “A Lie”, “Famous”

Streams: 1.6 billion

78. Lil Peep – Come Over When You’re Sober, Pt. 1

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Released: August 15, 2017

Label: AUTNMY, AWAL

Singles: “Benz Truck (гелик)”, “The Brightside”, “Awful Things”, “Save That Shit”

Streams: 1.6 billion

79. 21 Savage – I Am > I Was

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Released: December 21, 2018

Label: Slaughter Gang, Epic

Singles: “A Lot”, “Monster”

Streams: 1.59 billion

80. Jay-Z & Kanye West – Watch the Throne

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Released: August 8, 2011

Label: Def Jam, Roc Nation, Roc-A-Fella

Singles: “H•A•M”, “Otis”, “Lift Off”, “Niggas in Paris”, “Why I Love You”, “Gotta Have It”, “No Church in the Wild”

Streams: 1.58 billion

81. Lil Tjay – True 2 Myself

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Released: October 11, 2019

Label: Columbia

Singles: “F.N”, “Hold On”

Streams: 1.56 billion

82. Travis Scott – Rodeo

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Released: September 4, 2015

Label: Grand Hustle, Epic

Singles: “3500”, “Antidote”

Streams: 1.56 billion

83. Kendrick Lamar – To Pimp A Butterfly

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Released: March 15, 2015

Label: TDE, Aftermath, Interscope

Singles: “i”, “The Blacker the Berry”, “King Kunta”, “Alright”, “These Walls”

Streams: 1.53 billion

84. Playboi Carti – Playboi Carti

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Released: April 14, 2017

Label: AWGE, Interscope

Singles: “Lookin'”, “Woke Up Like This”, “Magnolia”

Streams: 1.52 billion

85. Meek Mill – Championships

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Released: November 30, 2018

Label: Maybach, Atlantic

Singles: “Dangerous”, “Going Bad”, “24/7”

Streams: 1.52 billion

86. J. Cole – Born Sinner

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Released: June 18, 2013

Label: Dreamville, Roc Nation, Columbia

Singles: “Power Trip”, “Crooked Smile”, “Forbidden Fruit”, “She Knows”

Streams: 1.5 billion

87. Machine Gun Kelly – Tickets to My Downfall

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Released: September 25, 2020

Label: Bad Boy, Interscope

Singles: “Bloody Valentine”, “Concert for Aliens”, “My Ex’s Best Friend”

Streams: 1.49 billion

88. Nicki Minaj – Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded

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Released: April 2, 2012

Label: Young Money, Cash Money, Universal Republic

Singles: “Starships”, “Right by My Side”, “Beez in the Trap”, “Pound the Alarm”, “Va Va Voom”

Streams: 1.48 billion

89. Childish Gambino – Because the Internet

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Released: December 10, 2013

Label: Glassnote

Singles: “3005”, “Crawl”, “Sweatpants”, “Telegraph Ave.”

Streams: 1.48 billion

90. Big Sean – I Decided.

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Released: February 3, 2017

Label: GOOD, Def Jam

Singles: “Bounce Back”, “Moves”, “Jump Out the Window”

Streams: 1.47 billion

91. Mustard – Perfect Ten

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Released: June 28, 2019

Label: 10 Summers, Interscope

Singles: “Pure Water”, “100 Bands”, “Ballin'”

Streams: 1.47 billion

92. Tyler, the Creator – Igor

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Released: May 17, 2019

Label: Columbia

Singles: “Earfquake”

Streams: 1.46 billion

93. Drake – Certified Lover Boy

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Released: September 3, 2021

Label: OVO, Republic

Singles: “Way 2 Sexy”, “Girls Want Girls”

Streams: 1.46 billion

94. Eminem – Relapse: Refill

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Released: December 21, 2009

Label: Aftermath, Shady, Interscope

Singles: “Hell Breaks Loose”, “Elevator”

Streams: 1.45 billion

95. The Notorious B.I.G. – Life After Death

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Released: March 25, 1997

Label: Bad Boy, Arista

Singles: “Hypnotize”, “Mo Money Mo Problems”, “Sky’s the Limit”

Streams: 1.44 billion

96. 21 Savage – Issa Album

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Released: July 7, 2017

Label: Slaughter Gang, Epic

Singles: “Bank Account”

Streams: 1.44 billion

97. J. Cole – KOD

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Released: April 20, 2018

Label: Dreamville, Roc Nation, Interscope

Singles: “KOD”, “ATM”

Streams: 1.44 billion

98. J. Cole – 4 Your Eyez Only

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Released: December 9, 2016

Label: Dreamville, Roc Nation, Interscope

Singles: “Deja Vu”, “Neighbors”

Streams: 1.44 billion

99. Eminem – Encore

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Released: November 12, 2004

Label: Aftermath, Shady, Interscope

Singles: “Just Lose It”, “Mosh”, “Encore”, “Like Toy Soldiers”, “Mockingbird”, “Ass Like That”

Streams: 1.43 billion

100. Kodak Black – Dying to Live

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Released: December 14, 2018

Label: Atlantic

Singles: “If I’m Lyin, I’m Flyin”, “Zeze”, “Take One”, “Calling My Spirit”

Streams: 1.43 billion