Billboard magazine’s annual Top 10 list of the year’s most iconic albums has been released today.
The list, published on the Billboard website, ranks the best-selling albums of the last 10 years and breaks down the genre.
The rankings are based on a tally of sales in the United States and Canada.
The top 10 most popular albums on the list are: 1.
Drake’s The Life of Pablo – $859 million, according to Billboard.
Drake & Kanye West – $815 million, Billboard says.
Kanye West & Drake – $749 million, which is down slightly from its previous ranking.
Eminem’s Marshall Mathers LP – $624 million, or 78 percent of the album’s sales.
Jay Z & Beyonce – $575 million, up 15 percent from last year.
Kanye & Jay Z – $525 million, down 10 percent from the previous year.
The rest of the albums are up in the ranking.
The top 10 albums are: 1.
Beyonce’s Lemonade – $4.6 billion, according a new report by Nielsen Music.
Lil Wayne – $3.7 billion, the biggest album debut of the decade, according Nielsen.
Drake and Beyonce feat.
Rihanna – $2.7 BILLION, the album is the biggest selling in U.S. history.
Nicki Minaj – $1.9 billion, with a new single on the way.
Kendrick Lamar feat.
Drake – More than $1 billion, a new album is expected.
The Game – $957 million, making the rapper the biggest artist in the world.
Daft Punk – $883 million, another album.
Lil Yachty – $792 million, the most recent album from Drake.
Beyoncés – $696 million, Drake is the first artist to chart in the top five.
Drake, Future & Rihanna feat.
Wiz Khalifa – $674 million, with two singles on the chart.