The hip-hop star's follow up to 2013's Long.Live.A$AP enters at the top of the Billboard 200 with sales of 146,000 units, more than double that of Taylor Swift's 1989, which sits at two.

Lil' Boosie's Touch Down 2 Cause Hell is new at three, while the Pitch Perfect 2 soundtrack and Christian group Hillsong United's Empires round out the new top five.

Meanwhile, Wiz Khalifa's Paul Walker tribute, See You Again, has climbed back to the top of the Hot 100 countdown, giving him his seventh week at number one. Swift's Bad Blood briefly took the number one crown from the rapper and his collaborator Charlie Puth last week (ends29May15).