The rapper's latest album bows at No. 1 on the chart with 537,000 equivalent unit albums, marking the second-largest debut of the year.
Travis Scott has scored his second U.S. number one album with the second biggest debut of 2018.
Astroworld has bowed at number one on the Billboard 200 countdown with 537,000 equivalent album sales. Only Drake's album Scorpion debuted with a bigger 2018 first week.
That album falls a spot to two on the new chart, while Mac Miller's Swimming enters at three.
Post Malone's beerbongs & bentleys falls to four and YG completes an all-rap top five with Stay Dangerous at five.
For the first time ever, the chart's top eight are all rap albums.
- "Astroworld" - Travis Scott (II) (537,000 units)
- "Scorpion" - Drake (117,000 units)
- "Swimming" - Mac Miller (66,000 units)
- "Beerbongs & Bentleys" - Post Malone (58,000 units)
- "Stay Dangerous" - YG (56,000 units)
- "Goodbye & Good Riddance" - Juice WRLD (38,000 units)
- "Invasion of Privacy" - Cardi B (35,000 units)
- "?" - XXXTENTACION (33,000 units)
- "Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again" - Various Artists (28,000 units)
- "The Greatest Showman" - Various Artists (25,000 units)