Beyoncé and JAY-Z's surprise joint album Everything Is Love is No. 2 on the Billboard 200 albums chart, behind Australian pop rock band 5 Seconds of Summer's YoungbloodEverything Is Love moved a total of 123,000 units compared to 142,000 units for Youngblood

Each of Beyoncé and JAY-Z's previous solo albums—Lemonade and 4:44—debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. Everything Is Love was expected to put up lower numbers in its first week, however, because it was released exclusively via TIDAL on Saturday before later showing up on the subscription tiers of competing streaming services. The album's comparatively low first week numbers can in part be attributed to a shortened week of availability and streaming service exclusivity.

XXXTentacion's second studio album, ?, returned to the top 10 following his death on Monday. The album's sales increased by 397 percent and moved a total of 94,000 units to earn a No. 3 position on the chart. His debut studio album, 17, also re-entered the top 10, charting at No. 7 with a total of 55,000 units.

This week, Nas earned his twelfth top 10 album as the Kanye West-produced NASIR debuted at No. 5 with a total of 77,000 units. His previous studio album, Life Is Good, debuted at No. 1 in 2012.

The rest of the Billboard 200 chart will be revealed this Tuesday. In the meantime, you can read Billboard's full report on the top 10 here.