Travis Scott's ASTROWORLD is projected to move over 450,000 units in its first week and finally end Drake's five-week run at the top of the Billboard 200 albums chart.

Of course, ASTROWORLD wasn't the only big album to drop last Friday.

Mac Miller's Swimming and YG's STAY DANGEROUS are both expected to crack the top 5 of next week's chart as well. According to Hits Daily Double, Miller is projected to land in the No. 5 spot with 44,000 to 48,000 units sold. YG is projected to end up in the No. 4 position with 52,000 to 57,000 units.

Hits Daily Double projects that Drake's Scorpion will fall to No. 2 with 126,000 to 131,000 units. Post Malone's beerbongs & bentleys is expected to hold its spot at No. 3 with 53,000 to 58,000 units.

On Tuesday, Miller thanked his fans for the positive reception to the album. "Music is such a special thing and moments like these never cease to amaze me," he tweeted. "I hope you find something in these songs just as I found something making them."

YG was a guest on Tuesday's episode of Everyday Struggle and spoke about the world warming up to his music over time. "Me and DJ Mustard created a sound that represents where we're from," he said. "We've been putting that shit in motherfucker's faces for years and now the world already knows what time it is." Watch the full episode below.