From flying paper planes through the projects to soaring above the Billboard charts two weeks in a row, JAY-Z's 4:44 reigns supreme on the album chart for a second week.
According to Billboard, the Roc Nation mogul's hit album bows atop the tally with 87,000 additional copies. Last week, the album debuted to a tune of 262,000 copies in its first week. In its second week, 4:44 sold 61,000 in traditional album sales, while the remainder of the 87,000 total was split between streaming equivalent albums and track equivalent albums.
Of his 14 albums, seven have spent a single week at No. 1 and five have accumulated more than a week at No. 1. Of the five, including 4:44, two of these chart-toppers earned more than three weeks at the top spot, including 1998's Vol. 2... Hard Knock Life (five weeks) and 2001's The Blueprint (three weeks).
Beyond the Billboard 200, Jigga's reign also reaches out to the Hot 100 chart. It's a family affair 4 the Carters on the chart, as 4:44 collaborations with Gloria Carter ("Smile") and Beyoncé ("Family Feud") debuted on the tally at No. 56 and No. 51, respectively. This comes five years after Blue Ivy Carter, JAY-Z and Beyoncé's first child, became the youngest artist to chart on any Billboard chart with "Glory."
Elsewhere on the Billboard 200 is Kendrick Lamar, whose DAMN. album rose to No. 2 on the chart with an additional 56,000 copies. As Billboard notes, in its 14th week on the chart, the album has yet to leave the top three slot since its April release. Meanwhile, French Montana is the only debut in the top 10, as his latest album Jungle Rules opens up at No. 3 with 52,000 units sold. For more on this week's Billboard 200 chart performance, head here.