Though PARTYNEXTDOOR’s P3 and Rae Sremmurd’s SremmLife 2 debuted on the Billboard 200’s top 10 list, neither was able to surpass the Suicide Squad soundtrack or Drake’s chart-dominating project VIEWS.

Rae Sremmurd's 'SremmLife 2' cover.

According to Billboard, P3 landed at No. 3, while SremmLife 2 took the No. 7 spot, earning 50,000 and 27,000 units, respectively. Out of those figures, PND’s release sold 28,000 physical copies, while Rae Sremmurd’s moved 14,000. This marks the first time PND has cracked the 200’s top 10, as his 2014 album, PARTYNEXTDOOR 2, peaked at No. 15. Rae Sremmurd’s last album, 2015’s Sremmlife, debuted and peaked at No. 5.

The Suicide Squad led the chart for the second week in a row, becoming the first movie soundtrack since 2014’s Guardians of the Galaxy to stay at No. 1 for more than a week. The album reportedly earned an additional 93,000 units. Drake’s VIEWS held on to the No. 2 spot with 71,000 units; Justin Moore’s Kinda Don’t Care landed at No.4 with 42,000 units; Twenty One Pilot’s Blurryface moved up to No. 5 with 41,000 units; and DJ Khaled’s Major Key earned the No. 6 spot with 34,000 units.