As Taylor Swift continues her reign at the top of the Billboard 200 with 1989 at its 11th week in the number one spot, Kid Ink broke the top 20 with Full Speed…but didn’t quite make the top 10.

Despite the success of its first single “Body Language” with Tinashe and Usher, and the rising success of the second single “Hotel” with Chris Brown, Full Speed sold 29k units since its release last Tuesday, landing the #14 spot. The number also includes 3 million streams and 65k single songs sales, so it’s not exactly a flop.

Check out the full list of Billboard 200’s Top 10 below.

Marisa Mendez

1. Taylor Swift – 1989 108k
2. Now That’s What I Call Music 53 [Compilation] 99k
3. Ed Sheeran – x 97k
4. Sam Smith – In The Lonely Hour 90k
5. Fifth Harmony – Reflection 80k
6. Meghan Trainor – Title 59k
7. Bob Dylan – Shadows In The Night 50k
8. Nicki Minaj – The Pinkprint 48k
9. Maroon 5 – V 47k
10. Diana Krall – Wallflower 44k


Source: Billboard