Besides Drake’s record breaking numbers for his fourth-studio album in 2016, there have not been huge sales for hip-hop in 2016, as least not yet considering it’s only mid-year.

So far, Views is the only hip-hop album to sell over one million in 2016, moving over 1,313,000 copies since it’s April 29 release. That puts it number two over-all genres behind Adele’s 25, which has sold over 1,403,000, and that’s what it’s moved just this year since it was released in November 2015.

According to AllHipHop, releases from Kevin Gates, Kendrick Lamar, and Future follow as the next three highest selling hip-hop album through mid-year.

Kevin Gates Islah has a total of 307,000 copies sold, but 690,000 with streaming.

Kendrick Lamar’s EP Untitled Unmastered has a total of 245,000 copies sold.

Future’s Evol has sold 163,000 copies, but 487,000 with streaming.

If you factor in streaming, G-Eazy would be at the top with When It’s Dark Out moving 605,000 units, but still no match for Drake’s Views moving 2,609,000 units.