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From J. Cole’s Dreamville album and Future’s seventh studio album, to Young Thug’s first number one debut and DaBaby’s second album in one year, we take a look at the biggest hip hop album first week sales of 2019.

10. Revenge of the Dreamers III by Dreamville & J. Cole

Released: July 5, 2019

Label: Dreamville, Interscope

First week sales: 115,000

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

9. The Wizrd by Future

Released: January 18, 2019

Label: Freebandz, Epic

First week sales: 125,000

Singles: “Crushed Up”, “Jumpin on a Jet”, “First Off”

8. The Search by NF

Released: July 26, 2019

Label: NF Real Music, Caroline

First week sales: 130,000

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

7. So Much Fun by Young Thug

Released: August 16, 2019

Label: YSL, 300, Atlantic

First week sales: 131,000

Singles: “The London”, “Hot”

6. Father of Asahd by DJ Khaled

Released: May 17, 2019

Label: We the Best, Epic

First week sales: 136,000

Singles: “Top Off”, “No Brainer”, “Higher”, “Just Us”, “You Stay”

5. Kirk by DaBaby

Released: September 27, 2019

Label: Interscope, South Coast

First week sales: 145,000

Singles: “Intro”, “Bop”, “Vibez”

4. Death Race for Love by Juice Wrld

Released: March 8, 2019

Label: Grade A, Interscope

First week sales: 165,000

Singles: Singles: “Robbery”, “Hear Me Calling”

3. Igor by Tyler, the Creator

Released: May 17, 2019

Label: Columbia

First week sales: 165,000

Singles: “Earfquake”

2. Jesus Is King by Kanye West

Released: October 25, 2019

Label: GOOD, Def Jam

First week sales: 264,000

Singles: “Follow God”, “Closed on Sunday”

1. Hollywood’s Bleeding by Post Malone

Released: September 6, 2019

Label: Republic

First week sales: 489,000

Singles: “Wow”, “Goodbyes”, “Circles”, “Enemies”, “Allergic”, “Take What You Want”

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