The official first-week sales are in for Eminem's The Marshall Mathers LP 2, and the numbers are huge. In fact, the album has already gone gold with 792,000 units sold, making it one of the highest debuts of the year. In hip-hop terms, only Jay Z and Drake had debuts that could challenge it. But it remains to be seen who will finish the year on top. Check below for a list of this year's biggest hip-hop releases thus far and how much they've sold. Will MMLP2 beat them out come January?

A$AP Rocky -- Love. Live. A$AP
Released: January 15
RIAA Certification: none

Lil Wayne -- I Am Not A Human Being
Released: March 26
RIAA Certification: gold

Tyler, the Creator -- Wolf
Released: April 2
RIAA Certification: none

Kid Cudi -- Indicud
Released: April 16
RIAA Certification: none

Kanye West -- Yeezus
Released: June 18
RIAA Certification: gold

J. Cole -- Born Sinner
Released: June 18
RIAA Certification: gold

Mac Miller -- Watching Movies With The Sound Off
Released: June 18
RIAA Certification: none

Jay Z -- Magna Carta Holy Grail
Released: July 4
RIAA Certification: 2x platinum

Drake -- Nothing Was The Same
Released: September 24
RIAA Certification: 1x platinum