was the year's most consumed rap album.
For the first time, hip-hop surpassed rock as the most popular genre in the US last year, according to Nielsen's year-end report.
Eight of the top ten most popular artists came from the hip-hop/R genre, with Drake and Kendrick Lamar taking the first and second spot, respectively.
Nielsen noted that the growth of the hip-hop/R genre was "powered by a 72% increase in on-demand audio streaming" in the genre.
For the first time ever, hip-hop surpassed rock as the most popular genre in the US in 2017, according to Nielsen's year-end report on the music industry.
Nielsen said the hip-hop/R genre ended as the largest genre of the year in terms of "total consumption," which includes album sales and album-equivalent streaming figures.