Future and Juice Wrld weren't able to grab the top spot on this week's Billboard 200 but they were close. Their collaborative album Wrld on Drugs slides in at the No. 2 slot.

The 16-song offering was able to move 98,000 units with 8,000 of that generated from album sales. Streaming numbers helped push the tape near the top. The project's 88,000 in SEA units translates to 123.4 million on-demand audio streams, making WOD the most-streamed album of the week. Both artists have seen top five finishes already this year. Hendrix's BeastMode 2 mixtape, release in July, reached No. 3 on streaming numbers only. Juice Wrld's Goodbye & Good Riddance project peaked at No. 4 back in August.

Other rappers in the top 10 include Lil Wayne (Tha Carter V, No. 5), Lil Baby and Gunna (Drip Harder, No. 6), Drake (Scorpion, No. 7), Travis Scott (Astroworld, No. 9) and Post Malone (Beerbongs & Bentleys, No. 10). Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper's A Star Is Born Soundtrack refuses to relinquish the No. 1 spot for the third week.

Wrld on Drugs features 16 songs with guest appearances from Lil Wayne, Young Thug, Gunna, Nicki Minaj and more. There have already been three visual released for songs off the LP. Dan From The Internet reviewed the project for XXL noting, "Overall, Wrld on Drugs is a mixed bag. Juice Wrld pushes Future in interesting ways, while growing stylistically himself. When he’s not so embittered and combative, Juice’s charm shines through. Meanwhile, Future is the veteran who reminds us on 'Astronaut' that he's not a regular guy."

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