(Reuters) – Rapper A$AP Rocky landed his second No. 1 album on the U.S. weekly Billboard 200 chart on Wednesday, holding off fellow rapper Boosie BadAzz from the top spot.
“At.Long.Last.A$AP,” Harlem native A$AP Rocky’s second studio record, sold 117,000 albums, 127,000 songs and was streamed 25.6 million times, totaling 146,000 units, according to figures from Nielsen SoundScan.
The album follows the rapper’s 2013 release “Long.Live.A$AP,” which also reached No. 1 in its first week.
Taylor Swift’s “1989,” out since October, kept its hold at No. 2 this week, two weeks after the pop singer won eight awards at the Billboard Music Awards. The album sold 70,000 units in the week ending May 31.