Hip-hop is well represented on the BIllboard 200 chart as four of the top 10 albums are from the genre. Fetty Wap's self-titled album (No. 5), The Weeknd's Beauty Behind The Madness (No. 6), Chris Brown's Royalty (No. 8) and Bryson Tiller's TRAPSOUL (No. 10) are all near the top of the chart and helped kick the year off on the right foot for hip-hop.

Tiller's TRAPSOUL shot up the chart from No. 33 to No. 10 with 53,000 units sold, s 59 percent increase in sales from the previous week. The No. 10 chart position is the album's highest for the album since its Oct. 17 debut.

Elsewhere on the chart, Kid Ink's Summer in the Winter came in at No. 50 with 16,000 units sold. The album was released on Dec. 25 and is the rapper's fifth charting album joining 2012's Up and Away (No. 20), 2013's Almost Home (No. 27), 2014's My Own Lane (No. 3) and 2015's Full Speed (No. 14). Summer in the Winter is produced entirely by DJ Mustard and features appearances from Fetty Wap, Akon, Starrah, Bia and Omarion.

Also charting in the top 50 are G-Eazy's When It's Dark Out (No. 13), Drake and Future's What a Time To Be Alive (No. 14), Future's Dirty Sprite 2 (No. 18), Drake's If You're Reading This It's Too Late (No. 29), J. Cole's 2014 Forest Hills Drive (No. 30), Travi$ Scott's Rodeo (No. 43), Kendrick Lamar's To Pimp A Butterfly (No. 46), Rae Sremmurd's SremmLife (No. 47) and G-Eazy's These Things Happen (No. 49).

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