The first week sales numbers for Lupe Fiasco's Tetsuo & Youth and Joey Bada$$' B4.DA.$$ albums are in, with Joey edging out Lupe by about 23,000 copies. Officially, Joey notched the No. 5 spot on the charts with 58,000 units moved in the first week of sales for his debut album, with around 94% of that number coming from actual sales and not streams. Lupe was also able to beat his own personal projections this week, with 35,740 copies of his album actually sold, and a total of 44,000 with streams.
In other chart news, Fall Out Boy secured the third No. 1 album of their career, with American Beauty/American Psycho moving a total of 218,000 units with streams included. This was the second biggest week of sales for a rock group in the last two years, with only Coldplay's Ghost Stories selling more. Taylor Swift continued her chart dominance once again this week, with another 119,000 units sold, which was good enough for the No. 2 spot.